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The Home Edit Life Hardcover Book $16.99 (regularly $28.50)
The Perks of Being a Wallflower Paperback Book $7.19 (regularly $15.99)
Total = $24.18
Less $5 off $20 book purchase automatic discount
Final cost $19.18 total!

“I have watched the home edit, and I was so excited to read this book; this book gives you the idea to organize your home in rainbow colors; if you have children or loves colors, this order works for you. I love their way they think and keep things in order. They do have pictures on what they organize and how to all the steps. The only reason I’m giving four stars is that most of the product is a bit pricey for my budget for a college student or other families during these rough times of COVID-19. Overall, it is a great book to explain how to start organizing your home or safe space. I do wish they can sell their labels in Spanish or order languages; that would be great. My family speaks English and Spanish. Maybe make some funny ones like your lazy day pack drawer, or it’s noon somewhere box. Can wait what they come up next!”

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Becoming by Michelle Obama $11.89 (regularly $32.50)
Home Body $10.19 (regularly $16.99)
Total = $22.08
Less $5 off $20 book purchase automatic discount
Final cost $17.08 total – just $8.54 each!

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Magnolia Table, Volume 2: A Collection of Recipes for Gathering $17.50 (regularly $35)
Thomas Paine Common Sense $2.59 (regularly $5.50)

Total = $20.09
Less $5 off $20 book purchase automatic discount
Final cost $15.09 total!

lord of the rings

J.R.R. Tolkien 4-Book Boxed Set: The Hobbit + The Lord of the Rings $19.74 (regularly $35.96)
A Wrinkle in Time $5.35 (regularly $6.99)

Less $5 off $20 book purchase automatic discount
Final cost $17.48 total!

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Comments 25

  1. lanta

    So excited to get ‘A promised land’. Great price!

  2. huertac1

    Any good books or recommendations for 12 year old boys? Trying to get ours to start doing things beside Xbox :/

    • jhaney1

      My 12 year old son loves the Percy Jackson series or anything by Rick Riordan, Beast Quest books, anything by Gary Paulson (Hatchet, The River, Brian’s Winter, etc.). He’s read Harry Potter over and over again too. Hope this helps! Best of luck😃

    • Vanessa K

      Ready player one is pretty good, and a sequel is coming out very soon.

      • CHristina

        that has some pretty adult content in at some points FYI

    • Amy

      They may be easier to read but Zack King the You Tuber has a great series. I actually enjoyed them too.

    • JeremyBramwell

      Michael Vey Series I would recommend. I read it recently as an adult and enjoyed it.

    • Keyuri

      @huertac1. If you send me your email address, I can send a whole list (25-30) books that my 12-year old son’s English class came up With at the beginning of the school year. Their English teacher compiled the list after recommendations from the whole class, just so it encourages the kids to read during all that’s going on. And it’s an awesome list, my son and his friends these books ( how do I know? I hear them talking about it while playing x box lol) I can’t take away the x box completely, I feel like for boys, this is their only way to socialize right now. But heck, if even 5 minutes of the hour he is allowed to play, are spent talking about a book, that’s a win for me!!

    • Coupon Keating

      We exiled all video games years ago. BEST DECISION EVER!!!!!

      • Al Reynolds

        I have three boys…my other two went through short phases, but never obsessed about video games. Today, they play every now and again. My youngest wouldLike to Play a lot. He is get about an hour a day, but now it trying to watch you tubers game, ugh! How old were your children when You banned VG? What pointers do you have for me.

        • Maxine

          My pointers is to be loving about it and help him see the positive. Find some other interests of his that he can focus on instead of gaming. There may be resistance at first, but there is a beautiful world on the other side!
          Also, thank you for being an aware and responsible parent. I have talked to far too many parents who make comments blaming the child or even the video games for utilizing so much time. Parents are the ones who are in control. They are normally the ones who bring the electronics into the home. So, getting upset that their child Is tired or not listening or doesn’t want to do anything else because they played video games for 6-10 hours is not the child’s fault. It’s 100% the parents. Children do what they are allowed to do. #offmysoapbox Kuddos to you for wanting something different for your son!

      • Sarah

        Yes!! We don’t do video games either! We have a family iPad my 10 yr old son occasionally plays games on. It’s amazing!! He will ask about gaming systems sometimes because all his friends have them but he can see how addicting it is for his friends or the struggles they have and w/o my persuasion he concludes he doesn’t want one then! He has discovered and is developing some pretty incredible talents instead and it makes my mama heart so happy.

    • blessedmommyx4

      Try graphic novels! There are SO many books that have been redone in graphic novel format (even the Bible…and The Babysitter’s Club! Not that your son would read those, but mine did! Lol) and there are tons of series already written in GN format (or pretty close)…Diary of a Wimpy Kid and Big Nate are some easy reads that many boys enjoy!

    • Margie

      My son loved “Fablehaven.” I enjoyed it as well. We read it together before bed. There were moments I was in suspense and had trouble not reading ahead while he was in school. Excellent series!!!!

  3. Lisa

    My son loved Gregor the overland, and Fablehaven.

  4. AnnA

    What abt recommendations for a 12 year girl? Mine hates reading. I’m trying to get her to enjoy. Thank you.

    • Theresa Aguirre

      My daughter loved reading the Percy Jackson series by Rick Riordan. His books are geared for anybody. My daughter is now 22 (was 11 when she started the 1st book) and just bought the newest Rick Riordan book.

    • celticmommie

      The Artemis Fowl series is great for boys or girls. A teenage criminal mastermind and fairies. 🙂

    • Jennifer

      For the 12 year old: Look at the Paint by Sticker books. They aren’t reading books, which might be the compromise here with a 12 year old who dislikes reading. There are adult and kid versions of these books– choose based on what you think is best for your 12 year old.

      Also, try one of those nice hardcover “adult” coloring books and a big set of color gel pens? I’m a big fan of those for the teens and tweens. (You can also use the gel pens to encourage journal writing, day planning, and writing notes and letters!)

  5. Jill

    One of our favorite graphic novel series is Nathan Hale’s Hazardous tales. It’s history in an easy to read format. My son has been devouring them since he was eight and just got the newest release last week (he’s 12 now). Enjoyable for adults too.

  6. faithanne

    Hardy boys! Also historical fiction books are great for boys or girls!

  7. Amy

    When does this expire?

  8. Sue Wright

    Books are always under the Christmas 🎄

  9. momJ

    My daughter loved Land of Stories series(and now my 12 yr old son is obsessed . My daughter insists on listening in as we read out loud w her brother 😉 My daughter also loved Dork Diaries (more of a graphic novel format). Wonder was her all time favorite. Also Out of My Mind and Ascendance Trilogy (all my kids devoured that one). Keep trying to find something she likes! Its worth encouraging her to read!

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