These free Kindle books for kids will encourage your kids to read more and will save you the money and time from going to the bookstore.
You’ll be surprised at all the free Kindle books for kids out there. Non-fiction and fiction books, from everything from animals to fairies. These free Kindle books are for all ranges of kids too, from toddlers all the way up to young adults.
Are you looking for even more books? I have a list of the best places to find free Kindle books which will help you find a good book too. You’ll also want to check out these lists of how to get more free books, free magazine subscriptions, and where you can download free audio books.
Sign-up through the Dolly Parton Imagination Library to get free books for the kids that are mailed each month to your home. In the summer, be sure to check out the summer reading programs where kids can often earn free books.
Do you have a Nook instead of a Kindle? No worries, you can find lots of free Nook books you can download too.
Important: Please be aware that some of the free Kindle books for kids that you come across are only free for a limited time. Before you download any free Kindle book double-check that the book is listed for $0.00 before you download it.
The first place you should go to find free Kindle books for kids is Amazon. Nearly all of the websites in this list point you to Amazon’s website, so visiting it directly will take you right to the source.
The kids ebooks at Amazon are categorized in the Children’s eBooks section, and there are plenty of subsections to help organize them, such as Animals, Sports & Outdoors, Comics & Graphic Novels, Early Learning, and Action & Adventure.
The books listed at Amazon are the top 100 best sellers, and they’re updated hourly. There may also be free books for kids in the Kindle Store’s Limited-Time Offers section.
A to Z Kids Stuff has lots of free kindle books for kids. Each book has a description, a direct link to the download page, and a list of reviews from Amazon customers.
These free Kindle books are categorized for ages 3-5 and 6-8, as well as subcategorized in sections like Animals, Beginner Readers, Literature & Fiction, Games, and Action & Adventure, among others.
Among several other genres, Pixel of Ink has free downloadable ebooks perfect for children.
It’s best to stay up to date with Pixel of Ink’s Kindle books via their social media and free email subscription because some books may be free only for a limited time.
One section of Pixel of Ink is for children’s books while a similar category has free Kindle books for young adults.
Participating libraries let you check out free Kindle kids books through OverDrive, similar to checking out a physical, paper book.
Once you’ve had a book for a few weeks, it will automatically be taken off your Kindle, which is a bit similar to a regular book lending program that involves non-digital books.
For more information on how OverDrive works, see Amazon’s customer service on how to borrow Kindle books from a public library.
With handy features and over 20 subcategories under the Children’s eBooks genre, you can surely find lots of free Kindle books for kids at eReaderIQ.
Amazon’s star rating, number of reviews, and description are shown for each book without having to leave the website. You can also see when eReaderIQ last checked that the book was free, which is real nice.
These Kindle books can be sorted so you can find the most recently added ones, those with the highest star rating, and ebooks that have the most reviews.
Another place to find free Kindle books for kids is Project Gutenberg. With 15 subsections, like History, Literature, Picture Books, and Book Series, you’re bound to find something worth reading.
One thing I like about Project Gutenberg is that you can see how many downloads a book has had over the past month so you can see how popular it is compared to other books.
There are numerous pages of free Kindle books at Hundred Zeros that are perfect for kids, and they’re all listed under the Children eBooks subject category.
At first glance, you can see the cover, title, and star rating of all of the kids ebooks, but if you click on any book, you can see Amazon’s description of it before visiting Amazon’s website for the download.
Hundred Zeros lets you search for books and browse by author as well.
Among other genres, FreeBooksy has free Kindle books for kids found in the Children’s section.
New Kindle books are added often, but not always in this particular category, which means the ones you browse through may already be expired.
I like FreeBooksy’s email subscription service because if you wish, you can sign up to receive children’s books only instead of other genres. You can also choose to get emails daily or just once a week.
ManyBooks.net’s free kids books are in a category called Young Readers, and there are thousands to choose from.
You can filter the books by language and browse through all of them alphabetically.
Each download page at ManyBooks.net has lots of useful information, such as the word count, number of downloads, date it was added to the website, publish date, and an excerpt from the book.
You can download these free ebooks in a number of formats, such as the AZW Kindle format, or others like PDB, EPUB, MOBI, PDF, or RTF.
You can scroll through and look at each book’s cover, but clicking on it gives you the link to Amazon to download it as well as the beginning of the book’s description.
OHFB.com has a really great price alert feature that will tell you when your favorite ebooks from Amazon become free.
iLoveEbooks.com adds new free Kindle book to its collection each and every day and categorizes them into a variety of genres.
Subscribe to the iLoveEbooks.com RSS feed to ensure you get notified when new updates are posted.
The eReader Cafe mixes both discounted and free Kindle books together in over 10 genres, such as Children’s.
As you click on every book, you can see the details from Amazon without having to leave The eReader Cafe’s site, such as the star rating, number of reviews, and description.
If you subscribe to The eReader Cafe with your email, you can get free Kindle books sent directly to your inbox.
There are thousands of free Nook and Kindle books for kids that you can find at Freebook Sifter, and several subcategories help organize them.
You can browse for ebooks in sections like Fairy Tales, Ages 4-8, Ages 9-12, Myths & Fables, Fiction & Literature, Poetry, Nature, and Animals.
You can also search for Kindle books and sort the kids books by average rating and the number of ratings.
Note: Some of the kids books are listed from Amazon in the Children’s eBooks section, while others are from Barnes & Noble and are categorized in the Kids section. You must change the option under “Other Sources” to switch between websites.
Shelfbuzz finds over 200 free Kindle books every day and shows the ones that have the best-looking covers.
Some of the books are meant for kids, but all the genres are mixed together.
Shelfbuzz lets you subscribe to email alerts and an RSS feed to stay up to date with new free Kindle books.
World Library has over 70 free Kindle books for kids. As you move through the pages, you can see the title, author, and ebook’s cover page.
Click on any of these kids books to read a brief description, see what World Library rates the book, and find a direct Amazon link to download the Kindle book.
DigiLibraries has over 2,000 free Kindle books for kids in genres such as Lifestyles, Magic, Careers, Girls & Women, Horror & Ghost Stories, Fantasy, Boys/Men, and Science Fiction.
Different books may have different file format options for download, like PDF, EPUB, and MOBI.
BookBub is another place where you can find free and discounted Kindle books for kids.
You can get direct links to the download pages so you can read reviews and see ratings, but there’s also a dedicated page at BookBub that will show you a description of the book and some sharing buttons if you wish to share it over social media sites.
Not every book in the above section are free, though, so you must browse through the Ebooks section to find books that don’t cost anything.
Like most of the websites in this list, you can subscribe to an RSS feed and follow PixelScroll on sites like Twitter and Facebook for updates.
You’re here to find Kindle books that don’t even cost a penny, and that’s what Centsless Books is all about.
There are plenty of children’s ebooks available, and the website updates every hour for even more.
Centsless Books’ website lets you browse and search for free Kindle books as well as subscribe for free email updates.
The Kindle books you can find at DailyCheapReads.com are meant for children and teens only. Some of them are cheap books that are less than $5 each, but others are absolutely free.
There are plenty of genres but the free category is what you’ll want to visit to find all the free Kindle books. Books in this section will combine all the other genres into one, such as Fantasy, Sports, Christmas, Science/Nature, and Fiction.
You can also search for books at DailyCheapReads.com as well as sign up for their daily emails to get free and discounted books sent to your email address.
Every day, 3 new Kindle books for kids are added to eBookDaily. Scroll down the page until you find Children’s Books, and you can hover your mouse over the cover images to read an ebook’s description and see its author. Also available is the star rating and number of reviews from Amazon. Clicking the download button will take you directly to Amazon.
Some of the books added to eBookDaily may be free for just one day only, which means you should stay on top of the updates to take advantage of the deals. A free subscription service is available that will send you the daily Kindle books directly to your email in any genre you choose.
BookGoodies for Kids has free and bargain books for children and young adults.
You can clearly see when a free book will expire and start to cost, which is helpful. BookGoodies for Kids also tells you the target age for the book, like if it’s for kids 2-8 years of age, and shows an excerpt.
A free newsletter is available that lets you stay up to date with new releases through your email, but they also have a Facebook and Twitter page that posts updates.
The Savvy Bump is a great place to find free stuff for kids, such as Kindle books. Each ebook has Amazon’s description of it as well as a direct link to the download.
You’re able to enter your email at The Savvy Bump to get free deals sent do your email so you don’t have to check the website. There are also a few social media websites you can follow to keep track of the newly released free Kindle books.