Amazon FREE Non-fiction Ebooks-Thur. Nov. 15

77 Ways to Get Your Kids to Help at Home

Judy H. Wright


I have been privileged to be in many of Judy Wright’s parenting classes. What you see is what you get. She is very non-judgmental and supportive of families all over the world. When I attend her classes or read her books, I know she will not preach and give me lots of guilt or theory, but sound practical advice.Often our family just needs a little nudge or change in what we already do. It really makes me reassured when I realize we are on the right track but just need to commit to following through.Thanks Judy for sharing your stories and experiences. Our family appreciates it.

Bethany W. Loosli

We want our children to grow and prosper but we also want some cooperation and help in keeping the house and chores done. Our children may very well think that our only goal is to get them to clean the laundry room and keep them from going to the mall. But in a parent’s mind, we see our goal as raising a responsible, trustworthy human being who will be able to stand on his own tow feet in life. (It sure helps to have a clean laundry room, however.)

For all of us in learning to do new jobs, we not only need to learn the new skill, methods and equipment but the determination to stick with it and gain efficiency, speed and accuracy. We all need help and the only way our children can learn good work habits is with parental assistance, supervision and cooperation. This takes much longer than simply drawing up a job chart or pasting a star on a forehead. It takes patience, patience and more patience.

If we look at this time spent teaching our children how to work as an irritant, both the parent and child lose. However, if we look upon this time as working closely with a good friend to insure his life long success, it will be time well spent.

There is no harder occupation in the world than parenting. We receive little or no training for it and our children try very hard to convince us that we are doing it incorrectly.

Respect is a two way street. Parents must walk it with their children. But sharing the journey to a successful contributing life with someone you love is one of the real joys of parenting.

However, I am convinced that as parents we need to stop feeling so guilty when we fall short of our own and others expectations. We are all doing the best we can with the information and experiences that we have right now. The fact that you attend training sessions or buy books such as this indicates that you are trying to do better. Our goal should be to be a better parent today than we were yesterday and to maintain an atmosphere in the home where mutual respect, support and love are present.

Good luck and God bless. You do an important work.

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I’ll Have The Soup And Salad

Katherine Baldwin


Have you ever opened a cookbook and felt an instant connection to the person behind the recipes? I felt as if I had stepped into the kitchen of this author…like I was comin over for a cup of warm soup on a rainy day. I loved the style and could feel the author’s heart behind every recipe and every instruction. I think this is especially important when it comes to a soup recipe book as I have the tendency to equate it with the food that cures all – illness, cold weather and even heartache on a certain day. I can’t wait to start with some of these recipes that are definitely new to me. I’ll be starting with the Rustic Black Bean Chili and soon after that the Chicken and Dumplings. Yummy! I’m also excited to test out the cornbread recipe which was an exciting bonus to the book and something I adore with soup of all types. Awesome!

Kaye T

When you envision the perfect bowl of steamy, delicious soup, what comes to mind? Is it the soup your mother or grandmother used to make from scratch using fresh vegetables and fresh beef or chicken simmered in a savory broth with just the right mixture of herbs and garlic? Maybe your dream soup is a thick, rich bowl of New England Clam Chowder. Or maybe it’s a nice can of condensed soup that you add a can of water to and Voila – you have your favorite soup. What? Scratch that last one because you won’t find any of that in this book. You will, however, find the first two.

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Cookie Indulgence: 150 Easy Cookie Recipes

Bonnie Scott


Just took the “Cracker Jack Cookies” out of the oven and my sister and I both agree that they are amazing. My sis and I both love to bake and this book has been fun to browse through. The Kindle version is awesome since each recipe is on it’s own page and we can bake just using the Kindle. Here are our favorite recipes:
1. Bakery Chocolate Chip Cookies
2. Coffee Shop Oatmeal Cookies
3. Apricot Snowballs
4. Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls
5. Chocolate Reindeer Droppings
6. Caramel Filled Snicker Doodles


Warm from the oven and just waiting to accompany a glass of cold milk or a cup of steaming cocoa, nothing smells better than the aroma of freshly baked cookies. With Cookie Indulgence, you’ll never run short on inspiration for quick and delicious cookies, bars and frostings to welcome friends and family home or to give as tasty gifts.

Browse through the pages of Cookie Indulgence to find just the right treat. With 150 favorites from Chocolate Chip or Oatmeal cookies to No-bake, Refrigerator and Christmas cookies, there is sure to be a recipe that will please even the most rigorous taste test your family can muster.

If you’re looking for something unique, make sure to check out the Unusually Odd cookie section for recipes with ingredients you won’t find on the average baking supply shelf.

So, sit back and relax with a good cookie while you scan the recipes and tips. Your next cookie baking session is sure to please everyone with goodies for gift giving, church bake sales or snacks for your family.

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The Beginner’s Guide To Backyard Chickens

Eric Richardson


With the economy continuing to tank, I thought it’d be a good idea to start trying to be self-sufficient as much as possible. I was too afraid, er…chicken, until I read this book. I recommend this book highly!!!

John B. Kendrick

“The Beginner’s Guide To Backyard Chickens” takes you by the hand and walks you step-by-step to show you exactly what you need to do to establish your own flock of chickens in your backyard. This is something you can definitely do! And it’s not as hard to do as you might think. Let this guide show you the way.

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Circle of Friends Cookbook 25 Brownie & Bar Recipes

Gooseberry Patch


I love Gooseberry Patch, so when they give out these freebie short books, I’m always quick to snap them up. One thing I like about this book, is the variety of ‘bar’ recipes which are included. I can’t eat a lot of chocolate, so the inclusion of the apple brownies, gingerbread brownies, and gumdrop bars mean I get to make tons of yummy cookies too. This is a nice addition to your Goosebery Patch collection.


Tempt your sweet tooth with this collection of 25 of our very best recipes for delectable brownies, blondies and bar cookies…from Candy Bar Brownies and The Best Blondies to Monster Cookie Bars and more!

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