The Kindle Daily Deal is a one-day only offer where a specific Kindle book for adults and one for young readers (children or young adults) has been hand-selected by the editors at Amazon and significantly discounted for today only.
Today’s Kindle Daily Deal for adults is The American Patriot’s Almanac: Daily Readings on America, a documentary / history by William J. Bennett and John T.E. Cribb, and this book was $33.17 yesterday in the Amazon Kindle Store (that was not a typo) but has been discounted 94% to just $1.99 for today only. This book has received an average user rating of 5 out of 5 stars based on 219 customer reviews.
Today’s Kindle Teens Daily Deal is Women Heroes of World War II: 26 Stories of Espionage, Sabotage, Resistance, and Rescue by Kathryn J. Atwood, and this book was $13.74 yesterday in the Amazon Kindle Store but has been discounted 81% to just $2.99 for today only. This book has received an average user rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars based on 23 customer reviews.
Here is the The American Patriot’s Almanac: Daily Readings on America book description from the Amazon website:
Read here the storied history of these United States.
The stories in this book are part of what Abraham Lincoln called the “mystic chords of memory.” They are the symbols that define the essence of the United States, that mark its historic course, and connect its people. The American Patriot’s Almanac is a daily source of inspiration and information about the history, heroes, and achievements that sum up what this nation is all about.
Here is the Women Heroes of World War II: 26 Stories of Espionage, Sabotage, Resistance, and Rescue book description from the Amazon website:
Organized by country, this historical exploration includes stories of girls and women from across Europe and the United States who risked their lives to perform extremely dangerous acts against the Nazis during World War II. The 26 profiles bring to life courageous women such as Noor Inayat Khan, a radio operator who parachuted into occupied France and transferred crucial messages; Johtje Vos, the Dutch housewife who hid Jews in her home and was repeatedly interrogated by the Gestapo; and Hannie Schaft, a Dutch law student who became involved in the most dangerous resistance work—sabotage, weapons transference, and assassinations. The profiles are written using dialogue, direct quotes, and document excerpts to lend authenticity and immediacy. Each profile includes one or more informative sidebars and is followed by a list of relevant books, websites, and films, making it an attractive resource for teachers, parents, and libraries.
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