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‘Tis the season for holiday music! Streaming Grammy Award winning acapella group Pentatonix for FREE With Amazon Prime membership

If you have a teen at home, you’ve definitely heard of the a cappella group, Pentatonix. If not, check them out:

Not bad, eh? Adds something magical to the holiday air.

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4.6 star – 374 reviews

“I first found out about this because my teenager nearly blew out my eardrums as she ran screaming from her room that Pentatonix was releasing a Christmas album. Once I recovered my hearing, I was able to enjoy their songs, and I’m happy to report this is their best Christmas music yet. I loved how each voice was showcased in Hallelujah. What talent!” 5 star Amazon review


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Free classic reads! Stories that hold a special place in our hearts, can now hold a place in our Kindle

Free classic reads! Stories that have sparked imaginations for generations and hold a special place in our hearts, can now hold a place in our Kindle.

taleA Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens

4.4 stars – 1,962 reviews


Novel by Charles Dickens, published both serially and in book form in 1859. The story is set in the late 18th century against the background of the French Revolution. Although Dickens borrowed from Thomas Carlyle’s history, The French Revolution, for his sprawling tale of London and revolutionary Paris, the novel offers more drama than accuracy. The scenes of large-scale mob violence are especially vivid, if superficial in historical understanding….


islaThe Mysterious Island by Jules Verne

4.4 stars – 1,488 reviews


The adventures of five Americans on an uncharted island in the South Pacific. During the American Civil War, five northern prisoners of war decide to escape, during the siege of Richmond, Virginia, by hijacking a balloon…


lesLes Misérables by Victor Hugo

4.2 stars – 2,259 reviews


Examining the nature of law and grace, the novel elaborates upon the history of France, the architecture and urban design of Paris, politics, moral philosophy, antimonarchism, justice, religion, and the types and nature of romantic and familial love. Les Misérables has been popularized through numerous adaptations for the stage, television, and film, including a musical and a film adaptation of that musical…


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Children’s Books Every Adult Needs to Read Again

When you were a child, did you stop in the middle of reading ‘Green Eggs and Ham’ and think, ‘Hey, this is really an allegory about race?’ Turns out, the books we loved from our childhood were actually far more complex than we ever imagined. Andy Simmons explores these books on Reader’s Digest website.

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz: A metaphor for faith
If you are a Christian, L. Frank Baum’s masterpiece could be viewed as a metaphor of Christian faith. “The Yellow Brick Road is the path to enlightenment, with the characters encountering a variety of emblems of sin and temptation along the way toward the Emerald City, which is a kind of a heaven,” suggests Vulture.com. But, conversely, atheists can claim the Wizard represents a false God who is revealed to be a mere mortal. Bet you didn’t think about all of that when you were 8 years old and rooting for Toto. And then there’s this: Who holds all the cards in the story? The women—Dorothy, The Wicked Witch, and Glinda the Good Witch. The men are all screw-ups who are lacking in one way or the other—the scarecrow a brain, the Tin Man a heart, the Lion da noive. So, is ‘The Wonderful Wizard of Oz’ a feminist tract? Could be. Baum was a suffragist who crusaded for women’s rights.


Winnie-the-Pooh: Insight into mental health issues

As a kid, the quirky denizens of the Hundred Acre Wood are entertaining and fun. As an adult, it might strike you that those same characters ought to be denizens of a psych ward. A study produced a few years ago out of Dahlhousie University, in Canada, diagnosed A.A. Milne’s creations with “crippling mental and emotional problems,” reports Cracked.com. Pooh suffers from ADHD; Eeyore with depression; Christopher Robin is schizophrenic; Tigger’s problem is hyperactivity and impulsivity, among a slew of others; and little Piglet, the study claims, “clearly suffers from generalized anxiety disorder.” Here’s a glimpse of what it’s really like to live with schizophrenia, according to one anonymous patient.

Green Eggs and Ham: New thinking on racism

No one wants to try green eggs for the simple reason that we’ve never tried them before. That, and they sound disgusting. Had we gorged on the stuff since birth the dish would be on every menu of every diner in America. But we haven’t, so they aren’t. As a kid, this tale was akin to doody humor—one big ewww—which is why it was fun. But reading it decades later, especially knowing that it was set in 1960 America, a time when many schools, hotels, restaurants, and bathrooms were segregated, suddenly, Sam-I-Am’s insistence that his neighbor try something new, says Relevant magazine, is “Seuss’s way of saying, ‘Don’t judge a book, or an egg—or a man—by its color.’” Here are more fascinating facts about Dr. Seuss and his legacy.

The Story of Babar: The truth about colonialism

Big and Tall men’s shops clearly had their hands full when they had to dress Babar the elephant. But when a hunter shoots his mother and the young pachyderm is brought to Paris, clothed he was. After all, that’s what civilized people do. That and learn all the niceties of polite society, like blow your trunk when you have the sniffles. So when he returns to Africa to become the King of the Elephants, Babar imparts all he’s learned unto his subjects, which includes wearing clothes and walking on two feet. In short, he has brought Western culture to the Dark Continent. In shorter, Babar was a colonialist toady, according to Cracked.com.

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It’s time to cancel the noise around you, find a space and relax – Here’s the four best books for beginning meditation at home!

It’s time to cancel the noise around you, find a space and relax. Meditation has been proven to relieve stress, anxiety and can help us re-focus. These are bestselling books on meditation at the lowest price around:

medMeditation: Meditation for Beginners – How to Relieve Stress, Depression & Anxiety to Get Inner Peace and Happiness (Yoga, Mindfulness, Guided Meditation, Meditation Techniques, How to Meditate  by Michelle B. Lewin

Kindle Price: $2.99

This meditation book is meant to explain you about meditation & mindfulness meditation and contains instruction how to meditate and use meditation for a stress-free life. There are numerous step by step meditation exercises are mentioned for your ease so that you may find it easy, interesting and practical. Moreover, it avoids too much lengthy and unnecessary details which create confusion for the beginners.


med2Meditation: The Meditation Beginner’s Bible: How to Relieve Stress, Find Inner Peace and Live Happier (Meditation, Yoga, Guide, Anxiety, Beginners) by Tai Morello

Kindle Price: $2.99

If your meditation efforts have been frustrating in the past, don’t worry. This book will take you by the hand and show you step-by-step how to develop a life-changing meditation practice.


med3Meditation: Meditation for Beginners: The Complete Guide to Mindfulness, Happiness and Peace by Aileen Finley

Kindle Price: $2.99

Meditation is an ancient technique with its earliest recorded practices dating back over 5000 years. Regular meditation has a bunch of benefits, it helps you to increase mindfulness, happiness and awareness. You’ll learn how to clear your mind and the ability to control your thoughts and letting go of negative thinking.


med4The Meditation Transformation: How to Relax and Revitalize Your Body, Your Work, and Your Perspective Today by Jennifer Brooks

Kindle Price: Free!

Whether you’re just curious, newly beginning your meditative journey, or already an advanced practitioner, The Meditation Transformation: How to Relax and Revitalize Your Body, Your Work, and Your Perspective Today is an informative and interesting guide to the basics of meditation from A to Z.


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