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Free4Kindle Books- mostly Christian Living titles

1.99 for Kindle: The Vow: The True Events that Inspired the Movie Blurb: Life as Kim and Krickitt Carpenter knew it was shattered beyond recognition on November 24, 1993. Two months after their marriage, a devastating car wreck left Krickitt with a massive head injury and in a coma for weeks. When she finally awoke, [...]

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A few good reads, free4Kindle

2.99 for Kindle version of Elizabeth Goudge’s Gentian Hill Free: The Secret Garden A classic children’s book that is fun to read and reread. Astonished: Recapturing the Wonder, Awe, and Mystery of Life with God It is an incredible thing to get even a tiny glimpse of the real Jesus. Not the watered down Sunday [...]

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Free4Kindle: Slave Narratives

Twelve Years A Slave: Original Edition – With Bonus of Uncle Tom’s Cabin and Original illustrations Yep, the original. Also, this is two books in one. I downloaded this one. We have Twelve Years a Slave on cassette tape- my older kids listened to it on a long car drive years ago, and now their [...]

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Books4Kindle, Mostly Free- nature, science, Christianity

In Africa Hunting Adventures in the Big Game Country Amazon Reader Review (I downloaded this one thanks to this review): Some of the best things about In Africa Hunting Adventures in the Big Game Country aren’t just what McCutcheon writes, but the pictures that he formed in my mind about what it was really like [...]

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Free4Kindle: Mostly Christian Titles

A Rooster Once Crowed: A Commentary on the Greatest Story Ever Told From an Amazon Review: Good explanation of the gospel. It is a book that can be used in Sunday School as a teachers guide. It reminds us that we are all located between the 1st and the second crow of the rooster. This [...]

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Vintage Science Book

I found this awesome online science book at Gutenberg Books.  It’s part of a science series published by World Book in 1921. This one is Common Science, by Carleton W. Washburne Here’s an excerpt: We can easily experiment with air pressure because we can get almost entirely rid of it in places and can then [...]

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Vintage Scoutmaster Handbook

2nd Edition—Handbook for Scoutmasters (1920-1936) “Covers are all leather in varying colors, with gold lettering and a gold First Class badge. As before, the author credit simply states, “Published under the supervision of the Editorial Board Representing the National Council”. Editorial Board members are listed as William D. Murray, Frank Presbrey, & Dr Henry Van [...]

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Temptation

A little theft, a small deceit, Too often leads to more; ‘Tis hard at first, but tempts the feet As through an open door. Just as the broadest rivers run From small and distant springs, The greatest crimes that men have done, Have grown from little things. The above poem is called temptation in the [...]

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Reading and the Brain

“The potentially dyslexic child may have his disability agnified by exclusive reliance on the whole word method.”  1966, Dr. Leon Eisenberg   “In recent years there has been a great tendency to attribute special learning disabilities to a number of youngsters whose difficulties are not very special, not very specific, and not very clearly related [...]

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Free4Kindle Books

These are free at the time of listing   Subject to change at any moment. You don’t need a Kindle to enjoy them- you can download and read online or on your handheld device if you have one- there are apps for that at Amazon.  Scroll to bottom for more info about that. Back on [...]

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