Can You Believe Most of Us Have Been in Lockdown for at Least Five Weeks Now? Crazy!
We hope you’re managing in these very difficult times.
To help, we’re currently making 10 of our books per week JUST $.99 Each in eBook format! You Save $2.98 Per Book.
We know even if you’re home and the bills are covered, it’s a scary time. The virus is reaching out into our communities, and making life difficult for everyone.
The authors at Who Chains You Books want to make our books accessible to ALL during this time. The best way for us to do that is to offer them in eBook format at the minimum kindle price allowable:
That’s Right. JUST $.99 EACH!
Rest assured, you don’t need a kindle device to read our books in kindle. All you need is a smartphone OR the tablet of your choice, including the iPad. Just download the free kindle app from your app store, use your normal Amazon login in, and you’re all set up and ready to go! Then you can choose any of our 10 weekly selections from the links below (or ALL of them), and your titles will be sent right to your kindle app reading library on your device.
We wish you all the very best during this time. We hope you’ll enjoy our books, and get to know some of our authors. Reach out to them through their social media, and drop them a review on Amazon. Your reviews help our authors reach a wider audience. Be safe, we’re thinking of you.
This Week’s selection Includes books for all ages, from pre-school on up. Choose from the below titles:
By Samantha K. Riggi
Illustrated by Rhonda Van
Mia woke one morning still feeling tired; after all, the hive is a very busy—and very noisy—place. She yawned, and stretched, and wished she could climb back into her warm, honeycomb bed. But nectar bees don’t sleep in; they have nectar to collect after all…
By Laura Koerber
The “summer of magic” was forty years ago when Ben was just seventeen—but he’s never forgotten.
It started with rape and ended with a promise, and in between there were things that Ben still doesn’t understand.
A man turned into a coyote, a girl danced in the air, Ben broke the law, and he fell in love for the first time…
By Sandra Biersdorfer
Illustrated by Nikki Cooper
Kylee Rain’s Nana and Papa live with them in a big old house on a farm in the country, where she gets to cuddle with her grey kitty Purrlock Holmes and explore their HUGE vegetable garden with its extra large pumpkin patch…
Written by Ronnell Jackson
Illustrated by Brynahka Vaettir
What was that, a meteor? Some kind of aircraft?
As two dogs and their friend Icebox investigate The Case of the Mysterious UFO, truths about the mistreatment of animals on our planet and the disappearance of their fellow canines come to light, and their world will never be the same.
By Heather Leughmyer
Illustrated by April Pedersen
In a shelter Adele lingered in a cage made of glass, where she patiently waited as people walked past. With delicate ears she listened each day, to the mewing of kittens and puppies at play. Dogs were adopted, people cooed over cats. Even hamsters found homes; why not a nice rat?
Written by Tamira Thayne
Baylee jumped out of bed, momentarily forgetting about her father slumbering in the chair next to her. Her heart gave a tug at his presence, but this was no time for sentimentality. She couldn’t afford to be sidetracked from her vision—the vision that told her they needed to get to New York City, and fast.
Because she knew where the Akita they’d seen on screen yesterday, her father’s second in command, was chained…
Written by Laura W. Eckroat
Illustrated by Greg White
There once was a bright blue house, with a slippery slate roof and a creaky crooked porch, that sat to the left of the fork in the road. The porch was a peaceful gathering place, and the man who lived there often sat and enjoyed the view and the humans and animals who so often stopped by.
A small, injured brown squirrel sat motionless just a few feet away…
By Tamira Thayne
Illustrated by C.A. Wulff
The little orange kitten stopped and scratched his neck. “Fleas,” he mumbled to himself; he could feel the bugs wandering around in his fur, stopping for a bite every now and again. Yuk! He was hungry, too, but he knew his mother was struggling to feed him and his four siblings. Spittin’ plopped himself down in their nest beside the barn.
Had the humans simply forgotten to put food out?…
By Stephanie Itle-Clark
Illustrated by Rhonda Van
Meet tiny Tiffany and her big personality in this touching story of compassion, determination, and triumph. Readers will discover the dark and dank place (a puppy mill) where Tiffany began her life, and experience her rescue and hope for a brighter tomorrow.
Written and Illustrated by April Pedersen
Slow Moe was born into a place no snail wanted to be. Nobody noticed the egg hatching; the youngster stretched and looked around, feeling small and all alone.
He was greeted by row upon row of snails just like him, as far as the tiny eye could see…
Special Pricing on It Went to the Dogs: How Michael Vick’s Dogfighting Compound Became a Haven for Rescue Pups through May 31st! Just $2.99 in Kindle. Find all your options here: http://www.whochainsyou.com/wtd.html