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Buy 2, Get 1 Free Books for Kids & Young Adults on Amazon!

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If you have kids at home who love to read, don’t miss this great Amazon book sale!

buy 2 get 1 free amazon book sale

Woohoo! This HOT deal is back, but this time it’s focused on books for kids!

For a limited time, Amazon is running a big Buy 2, Get 1 Free Sale on a huge selection of books for kids! No promo code needed. Just add three books to your cart and one of them will automatically be free.

This is a RARE offer and is a perfect time to grab some of your kids’ favorite books or a few to give as gifts! There are over 1200 book titles to choose from for all ages — including board books, chapter books, middle school books, and even young adult books!

The offer also includes a select few toys, games, household products, and more. You can click on “books” on the left sidebar to see just the book titles.

Amazon Kids Book Sale

Looking for book recommendations? Here are some books included in the sale that we’ve read and enjoyed in the past:

Classic Books in Amazon Sale

The sale also includes several popular chapter books, middle school literature, & young adult titles:

Amazon Kids Book Sale

You can also choose from TONS of popular children’s books! Here are just a few examples:

Go here to browse all the books included in this sale.

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2 Comments

  • Julia Morris says:

    I read The Book Thief this year, and it is a great book! I had seen the movie and finally had a chance to read it. The book is better than the movie!

    The Fault in Our Stars should be reserved for older teens. When I saw that movie in the theater, I really cried like I hadn’t in a long time! (And I’m in my 50s!) There is premarital sex and the main characters are dealing with cancer, so you may want to discuss this with your child before or after she reads it.

    I saw the movie Wonder, so I really want to read the book now! Thank you for the recommendation!

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