Discounted eBooks for a Limited Time {4/26}

The following ebooks are discounted for a limited time, some only through today.

Discounted Price $1.99

Look Me in the Eye: My Life with Asperger’s
Discounted Price: $1.99

The Nature Principle: Reconnecting with Life in a Virtual Age
Discounted Price: $1.99


The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Eating Clean
Discounted Price $1.99



Deliver Us from Evil
Discounted Price: $.99


One Simple Idea: How Positive Thinking Reshaped Modern Life
Discounted Price: $1.99


Duct Tape Parenting: A Less Is More Approach to Raising Respectful, Responsible, and Resilient Kids
Discounted Price: $1.99

Subscribe to The Prudent Reader
to get updates delivered daily to your inbox.
{enter your email address at the top of the page}

If you don’t own a Kindle, you can download this free application which will allow you to read Kindle books on your PC. You can read this ebook on an assortment of other devices as well. Just download the appropriate application from the Amazon site.
Amazon prices change frequently. Please check the price before you hit “Buy”. 

(Note: The links in this post are my referral links. Read my disclosure policy here.)

Thanks, Prudent Reader!

Advertisements

Free eBooks {4/26}

The following ebooks are free right now at Amazon. Click on the title below the image to read more about the book:

Subscribe to The Prudent Reader
to get updates delivered daily to your inbox.
{enter your email address at the top of the page}

If you don’t own a Kindle, you can download this free application which will allow you to read Kindle books on your PC. You can read this ebook on an assortment of other devices as well. Just download the appropriate application from the Amazon site.
Amazon prices change frequently. Please check the price before you hit “Buy”. 
If the “Kindle Price” is $0.00, the ebook is free. If it states “Prime Members $0.00 Read it for free”, the price has gone up and the ebook is no longer free. 
(Note: The links in this post are my referral links. Read my disclosure policy here.)


Thanks, Prudent Reader!

Summer Reading Tradition: Gift from the Sea

Anne Morrow Lindbergh’s Gift from the Sea is the one book that I read each summer. The beach theme and thought-provoking prose combine for a perfect beach read.

Here are some other favorites from the author:

And a memoir by her daughter:

by Reeve Lindbergh

(I love the convenience of shopping online and I think you will too. The links in this post are my referral links. Read my disclosure policy here.)

Thanks, Prudent Reader!

Recommended Reading: Lilly Pulizer

Learn more about the woman behind the designs with these resources:

Lilly: Palm Beach, Tropical Glamour, and the Birth of a Fashion Legend


From Amazon:

The real story behind a very private American fashion icon—Lilly Pulitzer

Today, Lilly Pulitzer’s iconic brand of clean-cut, vibrantly printed clothes called “”Lillys”” can be spotted everywhere. What began decades ago as a snob uniform in Palm Beach became a general fashion craze and, later, an American classic. In contrast to the high visibility of her brand, Lilly Pulitzer has largely kept her tumultuous personal story to herself. Bursting forth into glossy fame from a protected low-key world of great wealth and high society, through heartbreaks, treacheries, scandals, and losses, her life, told in detail here for the first time, is every bit as colorful and exciting as her designs.


From Amazon:

More than just the woman who created the fashion empire that bears her name, Lilly Pulitzer exemplifies an attitude, a casual sort of elegance, a style called “affluence at ease.” Lilly and her clothing wholeheartedly embrace color — she made famous the pink and green combination — and her love of vibrant hues and bold prints led the New York Times to recently call her “a major force in prep resort wear for forty years.”

 (Note: The links in this post are my referral links. Read my disclosure policy here.)

Thanks, Prudent Reader!

Productivity Habits: The Essential Reading List

We are what we repeatedly do; excellence then is not an act, but a habit.
-Aristotle                            


by Gretchin Rubin



Also Recommended:





      (Note: The links in this post are my referral links. Read my disclosure policy here.)

Thanks, Prudent Reader!