UPDATE: Amazon is now offering a $5 off purchase of $35 or more promotional credit when you share/create a wish list. Just click this link, select your wish list to share, answer a holiday-related question, and click share! The code expires December 15th and is only available for U.S. residents. Hurry! As these might not last long.
This is a great opportunity to score some more stocking stuffers or cross off someone on your Christmas list. I'm a big believer in giving literature. It's a gift that keeps on giving!
The promo code works once on books sold and shipped by Amazon.
I think I'll be ordering The Artful Parent by Jean Van't Hul and some Astragalus root capsules (comes in a pack of four). My mom turned me on to this product sold by Twinlab. Love that they sell it in a pack of four so I can give three away and still have one for our natural medicine cabinet.
Recommendations for stocking stuffers:
With fun colors and vibrant pictures, The Berenstain Bears' Big Book of Science and Nature is a very entertaining and informative book for any young child. My three year old loves looking at it and letting me read to her. It's a great overview with simple facts that they can easily grasp. With over two hundred pages, it provides a lot of educational material. It's inspired many crafts in our household and it seems we read it daily.
Emily P. Freeman's wonderful blog Chatting at the Sky has always been uplifting and encouraging. In her newest book A Million Little Ways: Uncover the Art You Were Made to Live, she reveals to us our true identity: Our Creator's Masterpiece. The book is refreshing and enlightening where many books with similar purpose may fall flat. It's beautifully written and you'll find yourself pulling out a highlighter every other page and looking at the world with a new perspective. She has also published Grace for the Good Girl: Letting Go of the Try-Hard Life .
Other Suggestions that look entertaining and interesting (just click on the image):
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What book are you hoping to find in your stocking?