Recently I started an influencer page through Amazon. The idea is that any revenue I get can go right back into hosting our site. However for the first few month of having this page up, I’m going to be using the funds to purchase any missing books in series donated to BOOKS FOR KIDS.
However another purpose of this page is to help out my fellow bookworms. Some of us don’t have time to go through amazon and all of its deals every day to find the best prices for our books. That’s where these lists will come in. I’ll be updating as often as I can with all the best ebook and physical book deals that I can find, as well as recommendations for my favorite books, preorders you should check out, series starters, and other lists.
Below are some of the lists I’ve created so far, though many more can be found on the shop main page.
If there are other lists you would like me to put together on the shop that you can follow let me know! You can click the little heart icon on the lists to get easy access to them from your own Amazon account.
This will be updated the most often as new deals pop up for Kindle. They just might not be removed right away as deals expire.
Literally every YA novella and short story I could find on Amazon is in this collection and almost all of the ebooks are under $3.
Magic Treehouse, The Black Lagoon series, Berenstain Bears, and more! Kindle ebooks of classic children’s and picture books are really cheap. These are some of my faves.
Cheap paperbacks and hardcovers are always in demand and Amazon has a wide variety. I’ll do my best to keep the list up to date.
Bindups and box set are the fastest way to pick up new series and many of Amazon’s are pretty cheap. Here’s the one stop shop for all the best ones I could find.
Need a rec for a new series? Pick up one of these!
This is a list of preorders coming up over the next year that I’m either planning on getting or are widely talked about in the bookish community.
By buying something through one of my links I do get a tiny percentage, but it won’t increase prices. It will help me keep this website running (paying for hosting and our domain) and help get whole series into the hands of kids who need but can’t afford them. Even picking up a free ebook gives me a tiny boost.
But the whole point is to find the best ways to help kids and help my fellow book nerds save money. If I can do that, that’s the big win. Get yourself a small pick me up gift or buy a cheap book for a friend. Grant a #bookishwish on Twitter using one of these lists or send a cheap ebook to BOOKS FOR KIDS to be loaded on our donated ereaders.
Whatever you do with it, I hope it helps in some small way.
From my shelf to yours,