Friday, June 21, 2013

Free & Cheap books Amazon Kindle

Discounted eBooks (Under $5):

The Legend of Lightning Larry ONLY 1¢ (regularly $3!)
No outlaw could draw as fast as Lightning Larry. But what really terrified those bad men was that peculiar gun of his. It didn’t shoot bullets. It shot light. And Larry always aimed for the heart.
I Love the Rain $0.99 (regularly $10.99!)
Molly hates rainy days. The gray sky, the soggy wait for the school bus, they seem to make everyone grumpy. Everyone except her friend Sophie, who shows Molly the magic she has been missing.
The Sign of the Beaver $1.99 (regularly $6.99!)
Although he faces responsibility bravely, thirteen-year-old Matt is more than a little apprehensive when his father leaves him alone to guard their new cabin in the wilderness. When a renegade white stranger steals his gun, Matt realizes he has no way to shoot game or to protect himself When Matt meets Attean, a boy in the Beaver clan, he begins to better understand their way of life and their growing problem in adapting to the white man and the changing frontier.
The Templeton Twins Have an Idea $1.99 (regularly $12.99!)
Suppose there were 12-year-old twins, a boy and girl named John and Abigail Templeton. Let’s say John was pragmatic and played the drums, and Abigail was theoretical and solved cryptic crosswords. Now suppose their father was a brilliant, if sometimes confused, inventor. And suppose that another set of twins—adults—named Dean D. Dean and Dan D. Dean, kidnapped the Templeton twins and their ridiculous dog in order to get their father to turn over one of his genius (sort of) inventions. Yes, I said kidnapped. Wouldn’t it be fun to read about that? Oh please. It would so. Luckily for you, this is just the first in a series perfect for boys and girls who are smart, clever, and funny (just like the twins), and enjoy reading adventurous stories (who doesn’t?!).
The Big Book of Boy Stuff $1.99 (regularly $9.99!)
There’s this boy. Let’s say he’s somewhere between nine and thirteen years old or so. You’d like to see this kid get creative. You’d like to see him get some exercise. You’d like to see him get out from in front of the television. And you’d love for him to be motivated enough to find some stuff to do on his own. This boy NEEDS The Big Book of Boy Stuff!

Free eBooks (Regularly $2.99-$4.99):

Where is Silly The Super Bear? (regularly $2.99!)
An entertaining way for learning the basic concepts of opposites within a fun adventure. An interactive short story that will keep your toddler guessing the next page.
Dancing Daisy is nervous about going to the dentist because she doesn’t know what to expect… In this darling story, her mom gently encourages her and helps her gain confidence to do something that’s new and unknown to her by having her focus on the thing she loves the most – dancing!
“Quick & Easy Greek Yogurt Recipes” features the tastiest Greek Yogurt-inspired breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, salad and appetizer recipes that you’ll find anywhere…you and your family will love these meals!
300 Jokes for Kids (regularly $2.99!)
When you have the ability to tell a great joke, you can lighten a mood. You can make someone feel more comfortable. You can make someone happy. The power of laughter is real. You can instantly become the life of the party, the one that people want to sit next to, the one that gets everyone else in a better mood.
A broken heart, a new job, an unexpected pregnancy, a win, a setback, a confrontation–not uncommon experiences when life is getting underway. But what if you could talk to yourself just that was happening: What would you say? With “Letters to Me,” you can listen in as artists, teachers, poets, consultants, bloggers, pastors, and activists from a wide range of backgrounds recall a significant event–and then speak to a younger version of themselves with wisdom and compassion about what it means, and how it mattered.
* If you don’t have a Kindle, keep in mind that you can still read books on your computer or other mobile devices with the FREE Kindle Reading Apps found here.

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