[Pixel Picks] Deals & Steals for June 19th: Part 1

June 19, 2013 · 4 comments

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The Skye in JuneThe Skye in June
by June Ahern
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June MacDonald’s fate is sealed the day she is born when her mother, Cathy, defies her husband Jimmy by giving their new daughter a pagan name instead of a Catholic saint’s. The decision forever sets the MacDonald family on a course for disaster, and no one can foresee that June will grow up to threaten their strong religious beliefs.

After a family tragedy the MacDonald family emigrates from Scotland to San Francisco, California, in the hopes of a new beginning. There, young June begins to have visions. They haunt Cathy, revealing her secret past in the Scottish Highlands. June’s religiously rigid and abusive father will not tolerate the visions. That doesn’t stop June’s feisty nature or curiosity about her psychic abilities and interest in witchcraft.

The family is on the brink of imploding when June and her three sisters come of age in the 1960’s Haight Ashbury scene. Their father’s declaration seems to be coming true: “Doomed to hell, every last one of you.”

The Survival Guide to Flying with Babies and ToddlersThe Survival Guide to Flying with Babies and Toddlers
by Shelley Murasko
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Traveling with young children to visit with loved ones or to expose them to new places on this great planet is worth every bit of effort, even if that effort includes flying. With proper preparation, travel that involves flying with kids will bring lifelong memories as well as many educational childhood experiences. So, congratulations for taking on the flight challenge with your young kids in tow. Let your family flight adventures begin!

In this book, you will learn everything that you need to know in order to fly stress-free with infants or toddlers. From optimizing the packing process to getting through security, from in-flight diaper changes until you step off the plane, the tips and tricks enclosed will ensure your flight success.

[Today Only] The Abolitionist’s Secret – Only 99c!

The Abolitionist's SecretThe Abolitionist’s Secret
by Becky Lower

In 1856 New York, Heather Fitzpatrick, a bashful abolitionist, falls for young Army lieutenant David Whitman, who is tracking a runaway slave – the very slave she and her parents rescued from the hands of the slavemongers a few nights earlier.

Despite their divergent views on slavery, romance ensues when David dances with Heather at the Cotillion Ball and later that night, walks her home. An engagement quickly follows. When he receives word that his father is ailing, David wants her to accompany him home to Savannah to meet his family.

Heather wants to make the trip with him, especially since his father’s death seems imminent. With her maid as chaperone, they board the train heading South. After his father passes, his mother insists any marriage will have to wait the requisite year, which is proper for mourning.

Heather longs to stay to wait out the year, and to begin teaching the slaves how to read and write, since she knows those accomplishments will be needed when slavery comes to an end.

But she knows the South is no place for an abolitionist.

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[Save 63%] The Eye of the World: The Wheel of Time

The Eye of the World: Book One of The Wheel of TimeThe Eye of the World: Book One of The Wheel of Time
by Robert Jordan
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The Wheel of Times turns and Ages come and go, leaving memories that become legend. Legend fades to myth, and even myth is long forgotten when the Age that gave it birth returns again. In the Third Age, an Age of Prophecy, the World and Time themselves hang in the balance. What was, what will be, and what is, may yet fall under the Shadow.

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[Just 99c] Pregnant Man: How Nature Makes Fathers Out of Men

Pregnant Man: How Nature Makes Fathers Out of MenPregnant Man: How Nature Makes Fathers Out of Men
by Gordon Churchwell

Gordon Churchwell’s wife is pregnant. Immediately, she swings into action, buying baby clothes, toys, and supplies, and consulting a never-ending stack of pregnancy books. Gordon? He’s having an out-of-body experience.

Pregnant Man is the hilarious and touching story of Gordon’s nine-month evolution from clothes husband to birth partner and coparent. Along the way, this regular guy stumbles across some amazing discoveries that are important to both sexes. Starting with his own morning sicknesses, Gordon finds out the researchers have long documented that many men have pregnancy symptoms. The latest scientific findings also reveal a male hormonal response that helps them empathize with their partners and prepare for fatherhood.

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