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Whether or not you're a fan of print books over digital ones (most people do prefer the real thing in our increasingly ephemeral age), there's no denying that you can save some money and shelf space with ebooks. I enjoy the convenience and ready access they afford.

I just caught wind of an ebook sale through Westminster Seminary's bookstore that I wanted to pass along. They've got a large selection of ebooks on sale for $1.99 each. Many titles are theological or historical, but there's also a great deal of practical stuff in the mix and many of benefit to families with children.

The books are designed for use with Amazon Kindle devices – you can read about how to get them on your device here.

Here are a few I thought might be of interest:

Captivated-by-Thabiti-Anyabwile-99x150Captivated: Beholding the Mystery of Jesus’ Death and Resurrection by Thabiti Anyabwile

An invitation to take a long look at Jesus through profound questions connected with Jesus’ death and resurrection

 

Taking-hold-on-God-BeekeTaking Hold of God: Reformed and Puritan Perspectives on Prayer, edited by Joel Beeke

Writings from the Reformers and Puritans about how to make our prayer lives more informed, more extensive, more fervent, and more effectual

 

Reformation-Heroes-BeekeReformation Heroes by Joel Beeke

An illustrated coffee table style guidebook to the great names of Reformation history  

Bringing-the-Gospel-to-Covenant-Children-BeekeBringing the Gospel to Covenant Children by Joel Beeke

An exposition of God's covenant relationship with man and practical guidelines for instructing children in the gospel 

 

Building a Godly Home, Volume 1: A Holy Vision for Family Life by William Gouge

Building a Godly Home, Volume 2: A Holy Vision for a Happy Marriage by William Gouge

Building a Godly Home, Volume 3: A Holy Vision for Raising Children by William Gouge

Family Worship (2nd Edition) by Joel Beeke

You can see the whole list here

 

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Thank you for these good suggestions. I have a Kindle and read it nearly every day, because I cannot hold a regular book due to arm weakness. It's amazing how many books are on it and the speed and ease in which they can be obtained. I have Bibles and devotionals on my opening list that I love to read especially.
I read lots of free samples as 3 or 4 chapters are about the stamina I have since the stroke.
( although I am improving. Praise the Lord )
So I highly recommend a Kindle and certainly would have liked it when I was a young mother of our four children. Again thank you for another fine contribution Issac, fromNoreen

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