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*Expired* Free Kids Picture eBooks for Nookcolor or iPad

by Freebies4Mom on February 6, 2011 11:49 am

Sorry, this eBook is no longer free – but find more free eBooks on Freebies 4 Mom. Your kids might enjoy these free Nook color picture eBooks that come with a “Read to Me” option to add audio to the picture book thanks to a heads up from Becky. Read them on a Nookcolor, or download the free Nook Kids for iPad application.

Richard Scarry’s Colors

FREE

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Fun Facts about Pets

by Seymour Simon

FREE

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The Elephant’s Child: How the Elephant Got His Trunk

by Rudyard Kipling, Karen Baiker, and Davin Cheng

FREE

Image Credits: Barnes & Noble

The kids picture books are only available for the Nookcolor or iPad. You can read Nook books on your PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, or Android by downloading the free application for your device (you don’t have to own a Nook). Check out the FREE Nook eBooks plus the FREE Nook Kids eBooks and consider it your digital library where there is never a late fee. Please note that Barnes & Noble does require you to create an account and have a credit card on file, even if you are only purchasing $0.00 eBooks.

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Karidarmstrong February 6, 2011 at 6:32 pm

I just bought the NookColor and it came preloaded with two of these but I will be grabbing the one book it did not include — THANKS!!!

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Hollierae Walsh February 7, 2011 at 2:00 am

i was told nook books worked on kindle too is this not tru?

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Anonymous February 7, 2011 at 2:02 am

I don’t have a Kindle to try it out, but from what I understand you can only
read the Nook Picture books on the iPad or Nook. You may be able to read the
normal Nook books on the Kindle, and of course you can read them on a
computer or most mobile devices. It’s just that the picture books are
special so they aren’t supported across all formats.

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Anonymous February 7, 2011 at 2:02 am

I don’t have a Kindle to try it out, but from what I understand you can only
read the Nook Picture books on the iPad or Nook. You may be able to read the
normal Nook books on the Kindle, and of course you can read them on a
computer or most mobile devices. It’s just that the picture books are
special so they aren’t supported across all formats.

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Cinstress April 16, 2011 at 3:21 pm

great list, we have a kindle (you can’t download nook books to kindle, but some authors publish in both formats anyway)

I created a list too when looking for stuff for my daughter… in case you want to add to your list. We do share some of the same Nook ones in my Nook section

http://www.squidoo.com/kindle-and-nook-books-for-kids

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Emilee Vizenor December 8, 2012 at 10:36 am

I personally think nook is WAY better than kindle

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