Category: Family
Waiting For June – Fiction for grades 8-11 – Just 99 cents 0 comments

Sophie has dreams. A college-bound honors student, she has aspirations to be a poet. But an unplanned pregnancy changes everything. Suddenly, she isn’t so sure her life will go the way she wants. Then, she starts receiving threatening notes and wonders who is trying to destroy her.
As the due date approaches, secrets come to life and events spiral out of control. Is Sophie losing her mind? Or is she finding her soul?
This novel is for readers in grades 8-11 and is selling today for 99 cents.
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Wreath, a Girl – Wreath Willis #1 – Fiction for teens – Just 99 cents 0 comments

Wreath Willis, 16, is finishing high school by day … and living in a junkyard by night.
Faye Durham is adjusting to life as a widow, running the old-fashioned furniture store her husband left her and growing more bitter by the day.
Alone after the death of her mother and on the run from a horrid man named Big Fun, Wreath needs a job. Faye needs her. Reluctantly these two help each other and build a different kind of family..
As Wreath sets off in search of a better life, she makes a list in her trusty notebook: “Find a place to live. Buy cheap food. Finish high school.” Then she adds: “Avoid notice”—because Wreath is pretty sure most people won’t understand a teenager living alone.
But it’s hard to go unnoticed when life puts a cute boy named Law on her path and brings in Faye, her new boss who depends on Wreath’s creativity to turn the dying business around.
Living at the junkyard is lonely and scary—but Wreath refuses to give up on her dreams. And Big Fun can’t find her. Can he?
Should Wreath keep running? Or has she maybe, just maybe, found a true home after all?
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The Truth of Me – A book about family for grades 2-4 – Just 99 cents 0 comments

When Robbie spends the summer at his grandmother Maddy’s house, he revels in his grandmother’s easy, relaxed ways. Robbie has always felt as if something is missing in his life—his parents don’t always act like they love him. Maddy helps him understand that an experience his mother had long ago is at the heart of the problem in his family.
With this knowledge, Robbie finds the courage to try to make things right.
This book is for readers in grades 2-4 and is selling for only 99 cents.
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The Missing Pieces of Me – A story about family for grades 4-6 – $1.00 0 comments

More than anything, ten-year-old Weezie wants to please her momma. She babysits her spoiled half-sister, Ruth Ann, and little Jackson. She makes tea for Momma in Gramma Emmeline’s beautiful teapot. She even tries to cook dinner. But nothing turns out quite right. And Momma is never pleased. Hard times and a daddy who ran off before she was born seem to have stolen all of Momma’s love.
If only Weezie could find her daddy, she’s sure her life would be happier. Tired of making up stories about a parent she knows nothing about, Weezie teams up with her bike-riding buddy, Calvin, and new friend, Louella, to find her mysterious father. Does he drive a truck? Sing country and western songs? Why, her real daddy might even be better than the made-up father she’s been telling lies about at school! Now, all she has to do is find him.
This book is for readers in grades 4-6 and is selling for only $1.00 today. Audiobook: $1.99.
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The Marble Queen – A timeless story about growing up – Grades 4-7 – $1.00 0 comments

Freedom Jane McKenzie isn’t good at following the rules. She doesn’t like any of the things that girls are supposed to like. She’s good at fishing, getting into trouble—and playing marbles.
All she wants is to enter the marble competition at the Autumn Jubilee and show the boys in the neighborhood that she’s the best player. If she can’t be the Marble King, then she’ll be the Marble Queen. First, Freedom has to convince her mother to let her enter. But there’s a new baby on the way, Freedom’s daddy is drinking too much, her little brother is a handful, and her mother is even more difficult than usual.
Freedom learns that when it comes to love, friendship, and family, sometimes there are no rules. Set in 1959, The Marble Queen is a timeless story about growing up. For readers in grades 4-7, this book is selling today for $1.00. Audiobook: $1.99.
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SummerHill Secrets – Inspirational fiction bundles for grades 6-9 – $2.99 each 0 comments


Two bundles from popular Christian fiction author Beverly Lewis, each with five novels in her Summerhill Secrets Series for pre-teens and teens. Lewis began her bestselling writing career with popular books for children and teens. Though her novels for adults have made her a household name in inspirational fiction, she continues to write for her enthusiastic younger readers. Both volumes are selling for only $2.99 each.

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Lucy and Henry Are Twins – Ages 3-5 – Just $1.00 0 comments

Lucy and Henry are brother and sister. They may be twins, but that doesn’t mean they do everything the same way. From time on the swings to crawling through tunnels, a day at the park is double the fun when they’re together.
This fun book about twins is for ages 3-5 and is selling for only $1.00 today.
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The Berenstain Bears and the Forgiving Tree – Inspirational book for ages 2-6 – Only 99 cents 0 comments

In The Berenstain Bears and the Forgiving Tree, Cousin Fred accidentally damages Brother’s brand-new bike. When Brother Bear gets angry, can Sister Bear help him see that forgiving his friend is the right thing to do?
This inspirational book is for ages 2-6 and is selling for only 99 cents today.
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Hero Dad – Children ages 3-7 – Only $1.00 0 comments

Some superheroes wear rocket-propelled boots, drive super-powered cars, and have X-ray vision. But other superheroes wear army boots, drive tanks, and go away for long trips to make the world a safer place. It’s a tough job, but that’s what superheroes have to do. With Melinda Hardin’s simple text and with Bryan Langdo’s endearing watercolor-and-pencil illustrations, Hero Dad makes a difficult and tender subject more accessible to children with parents serving far from home.
Young children ages 3-7 will enjoy this book that is selling today for $1.00.
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Oh, Daddy! – Kindle Fire book for ages 2-5 – $1.99 0 comments

Daddies.
They can be funny and lovable
and really, really silly.
Oh, Daddy!
A young hippo’s father doesn’t know how to get dressed, or get in the car, or even eat carrots. What would he do without someone to show him how to do everything right?
Rising picture book talent Bob Shea has written a sweetly funny story about daddies and their kids-and how much they depend on each other-perfect for Father’s Day.
This Kindle Fire book is for young children ages 2-5 and is selling for $1.99 today.
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