Books for the Young Adult for the Kindle
Kindle Daily Deal: Captain America: The First Avenger Junior Novel – Ages 8 – 12 – Only 99 cents & Peppy Pals: Empathy Adventures – Free app for Kindle Fire 0 comments

Captain America: The First Avenger Junior Novel ($0.99) For young readers: A scret branch of the military offered Steve a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity: Steve would be the test subject in an experiment that would transform him from a weak, unhealthy civilian into a mighty Super-Soldier! Now known as Captain America, Steve is thrown onto the battlefields of Europe, where he must embark on a dangerous mission to stop the evil Red Skull–and his diabolical HYDRA organization–from destroying the entire world!
Peppy Pals: Empathy Adventures (Free) App for Kindle Fire and Android: Peppy Pals is a fun adventure game for children ages 2 to 6 about emotions and friendship in which you meet four quirky animals.
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Free now: Halloween Comic Fest 2014 – Scooby-Doo Team Up #1 featuring Batman – Graphic novel to pre-order from DC Comics 0 comments

Free now: Halloween Comic Fest 2014 – Scooby-Doo Team Up #1 featuring Batman – Graphic novel to pre-order from DC Comics. Delivery October 1.
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Just in time for Halloween, fans of all ages can get this FREE special edition of the first issue of the fan-favorite, all-ages series that features teams-up with the Scooby-Doo gang and the greatest heroes of the DC Comics Universe!
Rumors of a giant bat-creature bring Scooby and the gang on the run–but Batman and Robin are already on the trail of their old foe, the monstrous Man-Bat. Before long, the crooks behind a fake bat-creature will come face to face with the real thing… with the good guys caught in the middle!
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Miranda Kenneally Bundle: Catching Jordan, Stealing Parker, Things I Can’t Forget – $6.15 0 comments

Miranda Kenneally has captivated readers with her fantastic contemporary YA series. Now discover the first three Hundred Oaks books for one low price: Catching Jordan, Stealing Parker and Things I Can’t Forget-featuring new bonus material that includes character interviews, a new short story based on Catching Jordan,a sneak peek at Racing Savannah…and more!
Buy all this in one e-book bundle for $6.15 today. Suitable for readers in grades 9 – 12.
Catching Jordan: Jordan Woods isn’t just surrounded by gorgeous jocks-she leads them as the captain and quarterback of her high school football team. But everything she’s ever worked for is threatened when Ty Green arrives. For the first time, Jordan’s feeling vulnerable. Can she keep her head in the game while her heart’s on the line?
Stealing Parker: Parker Shelton pretty much has the perfect life. She’s on her way to becoming valedictorian, she made the all-star softball team, and she has plenty of friends. Then her mother’s scandal rocks their small town and suddenly no one will talk to her. But how far is too far before she loses herself completely?
Things I Can’t Forget: Kate has always been the good girl-although the people at school have no idea the guilty secret she carries. But this summer, she’s a counselor at Cumberland Creek summer camp, and she wants to put the past behind her. Kate used to think the world was black and white. Turns out, life isn’t that easy…
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Nowhere Girl – A touching story for grades 5 – 8 – $1.99 0 comments

Luchi Ann only knows a few things about herself: she was born in a prison in Thailand. Her American mother was an inmate there. And now that her mother has died, Luchi must leave the only place she’s ever known and set out into the world.
Neither at home as a Thai, because of her fair skin and blond hair, nor as a foreigner, because of her knowledge of Thai life and traditions, Luchi feels as though she belongs nowhere.
But as she embarks on an amazing adventure-a journey spanning continents and customs, harrowing danger and exhilarating experiences-she will find the family, and the home, she’s always dreamed of.
Nowhere Girl is a beautifully rendered story of courage, resilience, and finding the one place where you truly belong. Readers in grades 5 – 8 will want to read this book that is selling today for $1.99.
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Sweet Feet: Samantha Gordon’s Winning Season – Grades 4 – 6 – $1.99 0 comments

Ten-year-old Samantha “Sweet Feet” Gordon isn’t just a girl who plays football. She’s also the best player in a league full of boys and has become an online sensation. Known for flying past the defense to reach the end zone 35 times while racking up almost 2,000 yards in one season, Sam’s YouTube highlight reel made her an overnight sensation.
Appearing in her own Super Bowl commercial and on ESPN, Good Morning America, and Cartoon Network, Sam’s attitude that girls can do anything, has inspired people across the world, from the U.S. women’s soccer team to NFL greats to other kids just like her. She even got her own Wheaties box—the first one to ever feature a female football player.
Sam’s courage on and off the football field has lead her to greatness, but there were times when it wasn’t easy. Readers will hear Sam Gordon’s take on her love of football, her rise to fame, and her hopes for the future in this exciting autobiography full of stories and photos that will inspire all kids to go for their dreams.
This inspiring story is for readers in grades 4 – 6 and is selling for $1.99 today.
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How to Make Friends and Monsters – Inspirational fiction for ages 8 – 12 – Only 99 cents 0 comments

Howard Boward, a 13-year-old boy-genius with a chip on his shoulder is too smart for his own good. He has troubles making friends—possibly because he complains so much. Until one day a science experiment goes haywire, and Howard creates a best friend for himself—Franklin—who also happens to be a monster.
Creating Franklin was an accident, not like Howard was playing God or anything—or so Howard tells himself. Franklin and Howard are having so much fun, Howard decides to create more “friends,” using DNA from kids at school. Only, these friends aren’t quite as friendly.
Soon there’s a major mess and Howard has to sort it all out before the monsters destroy their human counterparts. But terminating the monsters proves harder than he imagined. They didn’t choose to be monsters; they can’t go against their innate nature. Howard finds himself facing consequences for playing God. Getting rid of the monsters means learning to tame his own inner beast, and Howard begins to understand the meaning of free will and true friendship.
This book is for readers ages 8 – 12 and is selling for only 99 cents today.
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Firstborn: A Novel – Inspirational fantasy for grades 7 – up – Only 99 cents 0 comments

Where does a firstborn girl fit in a world dominated by men?
When Tiadone was born, her parents had two choices: raise their daughter as male and force her to suppress all feminine traits, or leave her outside the community to die in the wilds. Now, as the first female living as male in her village, Tiadone must prove her father didn’t make a mistake by letting her live. As her time of male initiation approaches, Tiadone desperately wishes to belong, and be accepted in her world—though at every step it appears the Creator allows traditional feminine gifts and traits to emerge, as well as cursing her with a singing bird the ruling culture sees as a sign of the devil.
Worse, as Tiadone completes her initiation rites, she finds she is drawn to her male best friend and patrol mate in ways that are very much in line with the female gender.
Confused and desperate, Tiadone tries to become what she must be while dealing with what she indeed has become: a young woman who may be able to free her people from despotic rule and allow the Creator’s name to be sung once more.
This inspirational fantasy is for readers in grades 7 – up and is selling for only 99 cents today.
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Andi Unexpected – An Andi Boggs Novel – Ages 8 – 12 – Just 99 cents 0 comments

After the sudden death of their parents in the jungles of Central America, twelve-year-old science geek Andora “Andi” Boggs and her diva teenaged sister, Bethany, move to rural Killdeer, Ohio to live with their eccentric twenty-something aunt. And while the timeworn house has been home to the Boggs family for generations, Andi feels far from at home.
Exploring the attic in her grief, she discovers proof of another Andora Boggs in the family tree hidden in a Depression-era trunk. Despite the meddling of the citizens of Killdeer, Andi and her new friend, Colin Carter, are determined to find out who this first Andora was, how she vanished, and why no one in town wants to talk about her.
As more and more unanswered questions pile up, Andi and Colin must decide who they can trust with their secrets and who is interested in Andora’s story for the wrong reasons. This inspirational mystery is for ages 8 – 12 and is selling for only 99 cents today.
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Super-Scrumptious Jelly Donuts Sprinkled with Hugs – Ages 3 – 6 – $2.99 0 comments

In this story, the Geranium Lady introduces kids to hugs through a fun contest. Whoever invents the best way to hand out HUG coupons wins a year’s supply of chocolate-covered, super-scrumptious jelly donuts. After much laughter and fun, everyone learns that God invented hugs as a way for people to show they care!
This fun book is for children ages 3 – 6. It is published by a faith-based publisher and is selling for $2.99 today.
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Three Faces of Me by R. L. Stine – Ages 9 – 12 – $1.99 0 comments

When Ira Fishman wins a prize in the machine outside a candy store, he’s disappointed it’s not the squirt gun he had his eye on. The little black plastic box looks like a camera, but when Ira presses the green button on top, nothing happens.
After dinner that night, Ira can’t believe what he sees in his room: a boy with the same clothes—and face—as Ira! He tries to get this second Ira to leave, but it’s no use. Deciding to have a little fun, Ira makes the boy go to school in his place—but it’s a disaster. The new Ira isn’t good at math like the real Ira, and he’s horrible at softball. Worst of all, he plays with the girls during recess! Ira’s clone is ruining his rep—fast. And when a third Ira shows up, Ira number one has to find a way to make the others disappear for good before his whole world is turned upside down. But how do you get rid of yourself?
Readers ages 9 – 12 will enjoy this book by R.L. Stine that is selling for $1.99 today. Audiobook: $1.99.
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