March means spring is just around the corner. The snow is finally melting, and although it’s still possible for more to show up, it probably won’t last very long! Before all of the snow really melts away, and you are faced with the daunting task of cleaning up all of the mess that got left behind, why not take some time to check out our Kindle Best Sellers and maybe find some new reads that would be perfect for the beach…because it’s spring, but summer’s comin’!
March also means spring cleaning. We turn off the heat, open the windows and start looking around at all of the clutter that’s accumulated while everything was closed up tight. Spring cleaning is more than just your drawers and closets though. Why not take the time to finish some of those books that you started over the winter and just never got around to the end? Maybe those self help books that we talked about a few months ago? Or that good mystery thriller that kept you on the edge of your seat…until you fell asleep and drooled all over it? Unstick those pages and get to work! And just in case you’re one of those people who always finishes what you’ve started (don’t worry–we love you anyway), we’ve got some brand new books for you today. Pick something and make yourself a promise to finish it before the month is out!
Spring brings new life, and what better way to usher it in than by planting that garden? And if you are a fan of Southern cooking, then there is nothing better than growing your own vegetables and learning new and exciting ways to use them in your old favorite comfort foods. This exciting cookbook is filled with all the classics, from Southern grits to Buttermilk pie…and it’s all been made much healthier, so you can indulge without worrying about your waistline!
Spring is for new beginnings, and if this is the year that you’ve decided to eat healthier and focus more on changing your lifestyle, then this vegetarian cookbook is a great place to start. Filled with more than 700 recipes that utilize the abundance of fresh produce available in the summer. This is the perfect way to jumpstart a new lifestyle, or just make a commitment to eat healthier, one meal at a time.
With summer coming, the outdoors beckons to us after being cooped up inside all winter. This fun and engaging book will help parents to engage their children in the outdoors and foster a love of nature. With activities, advice and much more, this is the perfect book to begin this spring, when things are new and the outdoors is calling.
When George is called back to his hometown in Missouri to care for his aging, opinionated mother, they soon find themselves predictably at odds. Both tied to the house where his father’s voice is still such a presence, yet faced with the choices that come with caring for aging parents, George and his mother must reach deep into the past and find peace…but can they do so before it’s too late?
American Anna Benz leads an idyllic life in Zurich with her husband Bruno and their children. On the outside, all seems to be perfect, but Anna is slowly dying inside. When her quest for significance leads her to try new experiences, including learning to speak German, Jungian analysis and a series of sexual affairs, Anna finds that extricating herself from her lies becomes increasingly difficult…and threatens to destroy everything she’s ever had.
It’s time to get those kiddos reading, before summer comes and they head outdoors. This delightful story of friendship and it’s importance in our lives…whether real or imaginary…will enchant children of all ages. Rudger is Amanda’s imaginary friend and no one can see him…until the mysterious Mr. Bunting shows up at the door. Now Rudger is on the run, and he must find Amanda before he fades into nothingness…but if he doesn’t find her in time, can an imaginary boy survive in a very real world?
A rollicking good time that is part Roald Dahl, part Mysterious Benedict Society and all fun! When Anastasia’s parents die suddenly in a tragic vacuum cleaner accident and she is adopted by two eccentric aunties and taken to their delightful Victorian home, she soon begins to suspect that things are not always as they appear. With the help of mysterious brothers Ollie and Quentin, the three children begin to plan their escape and the hijinks that ensue will delight even the most reluctant of readers.
When Helen MacDonald’s father dies suddenly on the streets of London, she finds herself in the midst of an anger and grief so deep that she doesn’t know which way to turn. An experienced falconer, Helen has never been interested in taming the temperamental goshawk, but now she finds herself drawn to the fierceness that seems to mirror her own shock and anger. This story of bereavement and redemption will leave you thinking long after you’ve turned the final page.
As we open our homes to the coming warm weather, it’s the perfect time to redecorate our spaces. Designer Susan Hable shows us how to find color in nature and bring those colors into our homes in bright, creative, innovative ways that will brighten our lives and our world. Learn to give your rooms meaning, and enjoy the beauty around you in the comfort of your own home.
Decorating our own space is personal, fun and allows us to express our creativity. This fun book shows you the art of creating stylized fonts that can be used in a myriad of ways to brighten up your home and express your personality in your own way. And the best part is that it’s free on Kindle Unlimited!
We’ve given you so many choices, from so many different genres. Take some time to choose one or two of our suggestions, or head over and search for something that grabs your attention. Whether you are looking to make changes in your lifestyle, redecorate your home or just looking for a good book to while away the hours until the snow melts, there are so many Kindle Best-Selling ebooks for the month that you are certain to find exactly what you’re looking for…and maybe something unexpected as well!