Top 6 Amazon Kindle eBooks and Magazines – Especially for Moms

by Nindo Mom on February 14, 2011

Top Picks for Kindle eBooks

1. Stones into Schools: Promoting Peace with Education in Afghanistan and Pakistan – eBook

This book is not only popular – it looks as though it could be quite interesting. This is the story of how the Central Asia Institute built schools in northern Afghanistan – and the frequently warm reception they received. However, the way was also fraught with danger.

2. The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Recipes from an Accidental Country Girl – eBook

The author, who lives on a ranch with her family, presents readers with a selection of simple to complex recipes, including homemade cinnamon rolls, guacamole, chicken fried steak, and rib-eye steak with whiskey cream sauce. I’m always a fan of checking out new recipes–and from the description, these could be fun–especially with all the ranch ambiance peppered about.

3. Heaven is for Real: A Little Boy’s Astounding Story of His Trip to Heaven and Back – eBook

When four-year-old Colton nearly died during surgery, he went to a place on “the other side” and experienced what is being interpreted through this work as being heaven. Keep in mind as you read that the boy’s words are interpreted through his father, so it’s not by any means an unbiased work – but it could be an interesting read – whatever your religious beliefs happen to be.

Top Picks for Kindle edition Magazines

Conveniently, Kindle edition magazines sold through Amazon.com all have a 14-day free trial–so if you’re not completely happy with anything about your new subscription, you can cancel it.

4. Reader’s Digest – (Kindle edition) Magazine

I’ve been a big fan of Reader’s Digest magazine for many years. It’s comprised of a wide mix of different kinds of stories, which are all short so as to be easily digestible in a short period of time. Just right for busy moms who may have trouble finding large blocks of time to read.

5. Science News – (Kindle edition) Magazine

As a mom, it’s important to understand the world around you — and about some of the factors in nature that affect your life with your family. Climate changes due to global warming, for example – and possible ways to curtail this danger before it’s too late.

6. Harvard Business Review – (Kindle edition) Magazine

This magazine has been around for about 80 years, and has been read by business leaders all over the world. The magazine is designed to help readers become better business leaders. If you’re a Nindo Mom – in other words, a mom who’s determined to live life to the fullest and succeed in all you do – you could benefit greatly in your pursuit of success by reading about how business leaders do it. And that’s one thing that Harvard is known for — success.

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