Today I Loaded My Kindle With…
I am a big fan of the BBC/PBS Masterpiece series, “Sherlock,” so I happily picked up a free copy of his adventures. I also grabbed a few recipe books, including one for ice pops, a Valentine’s Day puzzle book (free, so why not) and a container gardening book.
10 Kitchen Treasures a Teacher Learned from His Students by Joel Debouvries
This is quite a different cookbook, as unaltered recipes from my students are included, in their authentic forms. What happens when a teacher asks his students: “What does your mom or dad like to cook mostly?” The answer is very simple: a child asking mom or dad what their favourite recipe is, and if they are willing to cook for the teacher and the classroom. As a teacher in an international school, my classrooms are filled with students from around the world. Some are expats while other students are asylum seekers, hoping for a better future. Interestingly, all these students share one thing: to proudly share one of the best foods from their countries.
SMART SCHOOL TIME RECIPES: The Breakfast, Snack, and Lunchbox Cookbook for Healthy Kids and Adults by Alisa Marie Fleming
This e-cookbook was created to encourage whole foods living for families, while offering ample alternatives to prepackaged meals and snacks. Within you will discover 125 healthy recipes and over 100 full color photos for quick breakfasts, on-the-go snacks, and portable lunch items. And of course, the recipes are kid-friendly (and adult-friendly!), easy, and delicious.
Gourmet Ice Pops for Kids and Adults by Ann Chambers
Making your own ice pops is quick and easy and it opens the doors to a world of great flavors. When making pops yourself, you can be sure to only include healthy ingredients or adjust recipes to include your kids’ favorite foods or to eliminate an ingredient your kids just won’t eat. Although they are a dessert item, by creating pops make from fresh fruits, fruit juices, yogurts and natural sweeteners like honey, you can indulge in delicious treats that are still very healthy! Ice Pops can be decadent and heavy, but many of the recipes included here are light and healthy. Starting with juices or teas, many of these delicious pops are low calorie and low fat or even no fat!
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle
After Arthur Conan Doyle introduced Sherlock Holmes in the novel A Study in Scarlet in 1887, he wrote a series of twenty-four short mysteries featuring the detective and his colleague, Dr. Watson, in the pages of the Strand Magazine from 1891 to 1893. THE ADVENTURES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES collects the first twelve of these tales—including “A Scandal in Bohemia” (which introduces Irene Adler), “The Red-Headed League,” “The Five Orange Pips,” and “The Speckled Band”—some of the greatest stories in the Sherlock Holmes canon.
Puzzlebook: 14 Valentine Puzzle Quizzes by The Grabarchuk Family
Here is a special Valentine present for the lovers of the Top Rated Puzzlebook: Puzzle Quizzes series. In this new puzzle collection you will find 14 holiday themed, pictorial, hand-crafted puzzle quizzes.
Vegetable Container Gardening: 7 Easy Steps To Healthy Harvests from Small Spaces by Mary Verdant
Seasoned container gardener Mary Verdant shares her expertise the art of container gardening. Armed with this step-by-step guide, frustrated apartment dwellers can indulge their passion for growing fresh food. If you have a balcony, porch, or even some steps that get some sunlight, you’ll find growing edible plants in containers easy and rewarding. You can even grow your own food in window boxes or inside! Written for the beginner and those with gardening experience, these directions are complete, clear, and easy to follow.
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I found these books via Amazon’s Kindle eBooks store. Resources for free Kindle and other format eBooks are listed in the sidebar.
These freebies are limited time offers, so there is no guarantee any of these books will still be free when you click on the links. Grab them sooner rather than later.