All Blog Posts Tagged 'e-books' (4)

Real Christmas magic and miracles come from families

I've been pretty cranky at work lately. Oh, it's nothing really, just lots of tension in the office - tight deadlines, lots of projects, fraying tempers.

The gray skies, bumper-to-bumper traffic and constant drizzling rain haven't been helping my mood much, either. But when I walk in the door of my house, that all changes. No, I don't have a fancy house - not at all. But I'll come in, crabby and bedraggled, and my husband will greet me like a princess; he'll have dinner…

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Added by Diane Majeske on December 15, 2011 at 11:28pm — No Comments

.99 cent Kindle Book Sale for Children's Award-Winning Children's Book-The Great Pie Catastrophe

Hello Everyone,



Book 1 in my Award-Winning Joe-Joe Nut Series, The Great Pie Catastrophe, is now available on Kindle for .99 cents. It is a great time to buy and try it out. Book 2, Mineral Mischief, should also be coming soon for .99 cents on Amazon. Please share this with anyone who has children in 3rd grade and up who loves to read about animals and mysteries. Pass it on!.

Thanks so much!…



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Added by Renee Hand on June 15, 2011 at 6:58am — No Comments

Free Mutimedia Children’s Books

I came across a wonderful site of free e-books for kids.  I think my favorite part is that, it is highlighted word for word. Though, I felt some of the voice overs where a little slow, it would be ideal for a child who is just beginning to read. This would be a great resource for homeschoolers, children who are just learning to read, and for children ranging from pre-K to about 3rd grade…

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Added by Zoila Nusbaum on February 27, 2011 at 10:59pm — No Comments

Paying it Forward - the Brenda Novak Auction for Diabetes Research

I've been blessed many times in my life and for that reason, I believe in paying it forward. Whether it's by helping other writers through the Liberty States Fiction Writers or participating in various charitable events, I think it's the right thing to do.



That's why I never hesitate to contribute to the Brenda Novak Auction for Diabetes Research. This…

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Added by Caridad Pineiro on January 27, 2011 at 12:30pm — No Comments

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