The Big Deal Sale ends Monday. Post on children’s and teens books is here.
The Big Deal Sale is a regular sale that Amazon runs with around 500 Kindle Books on sale in a variety of subjects. This time is runs until May 27th. The complete list is here and the category list is here. Below are some of the non-fiction books that looked good to me. I will post a fiction list later today.
496 pages, 83 of 107 reviews are 4 or 5-star
Its stories may be the best known in the world, but its locations have long been a mystery. Where did Noah’s ark land? Where did Moses receive the Ten Commandments? Where are the lost cities of Sodom and Gomorrah? Now, in Walking the Bible: A Photographic Journey, New York Times bestselling author Bruce Feiler offers an unprecedented heart-stirring adventure through the landscape of some of history’s most storied events.
Featuring Bruce Feiler’s own photography as well as his selections from professional collections, Walking the Bible: A Photographic Journey brings together breathtaking vistas, intimate portraits, and fascinating panoramas, providing firsthand access to the inscrutable land where three of the world’s great religions were born—and finally puts a face on the stories that have long inspired the human spirit.
Over several years, Feiler traveled nearly ten thousand miles through the deserts of the Middle East, which led first to his runaway national bestseller Walking the Bible. This new illustrated book follows his route, offering a thrilling photographic voyage through the actual places of some of the Bible’s most memorable events—from the heights of Mount Ararat, where Noah’s ark landed, to the desert outpost in Turkey, where Abraham first heard the words of God, to the summit where Moses overlooked the Promised Land.
145 pages, 220 of 274 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Bookwi.se Review
Using “eat that frog” as a metaphor for tackling the day’s most challenging task, Tracy shows readers how to zero in on these critical tasks and organize their time. He details 21 practical, doable steps to stop the procrastination treadmill and get more of the important tasks done.
166 pages, 19 of 20 reviews are 5-star
This nine-month non-fiction account of pregnancy, from the husband’s perspective, details how the protagonist learned to let go of control in the quest for the perfect pregnancy. All accounts were documented as they happened, long before the blurred baby goggles of fatherhood were firmly affixed. This dark, entertaining, poignant satire will be educational for any new couple thinking of starting a family. For those already pregnant, it will be a funny and often neurotic vision of their day to day struggles.