In Which I Help You Spend Your Ebook Settlement Refund
Did you get a nice surprise in your email inbox this morning? I was more than excited that I got a nice Amazon gift card thanks to the Ebook Settlement Refund.
Now I'm faced with the age-old book hoarder's dilemma: Do I maximize the gift card by strategically shopping sale items or do I splurge on some pricey picks?
So, I took one for the team and sifted through way too many pages of the bargain section on Amazon and think I'm going to go with quantity--there are just too many super-cheap options that I've had on my to-read list for ages. Plus! Apparently, we can use our refunds on both ebooks and print books, which is good news, since most of the deals I found are on the old fashioned variety.
Here are some of my finds. These are all either books I've enjoyed, a CEFS contributor recommends, or I've heard from trusted reviewers are worth checking out.
Please double-check the pricing and format before clicking that buy button, okay? My blog software should update the price if it changes, but you can't trust technology!
Click on the cover image to visit the book's Amazon page.
We Read It, We Liked It
We've Heard Good Things
Still don't know what to do with that giftcard?
A lot of teachers have classroom wishlists, so if you know a teacher, ask them for a link to theirs. Or, pick out a book from our friend Luke's classroom wishlist. He runs the tremendously popular Writing Prompts Tumblr, which is a great resource for classroom teachers.