Middle of January Book Deals

This is a WILD weekend for book deals – so many great books at incredible prices.

Here are some of my favorites to grab while they’re on sale!

Middle of January Book Deals

the read aloud familyThe Read-Aloud Family by Sarah Mackenzie – ebook
I mean, you already know I love this book (so much so that I picked it for the 2019 Everyday Reading Book Club!). But if you’re looking to make reading with your children a bigger part of your routine this year, there aren’t many more inspirational books than this one. It’s truly a gold mine of ideas. (Full review here)


Something Borrowed by Emily Giffin – ebook
If you love Emily Henry books, you might like this one too – I’ve read (I think) all her books and this one is still my favorite. 




Give Your Child the World: Raising Globally Minded Kids One Book at a Time by Jamie C. Martin – ebook
I bought myself a copy of this a few years ago and it’s such an amazing resource. It recommends books to help introduce your child to the whole world, with recommendations divided by age and focusing on all areas of the world. For less than $3? It’s a no-brainer.


the one and only ivanThe One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate – ebook
I pretty much don’t care for animals (I know) and I STILL think this is one of the best kids books ever, Newbery winner or not. When a book is this sweet, funny, and well-written, who cares if it’s narrated by a gorilla? Not me. (Full review here



Life in Five Senses by Gretchen Rubin – audiobook
I’m a long time fan of Gretchen Rubin and after reading her newest book last spring, it’s been so fun to revisit it for January’s book club. There’s just so much to talk about in this book, plus I love her writing and storytelling. If you have been meaning to grab a copy, now is a great time! And don’t forget to join in on book club over on my Instagram.


fair play by eve rodskyFair Play by Eve Rodsky – audiobook
I read this one in 2020 and I still think about it. It’s all about how to divide up household and family responsibilities between two parents and it was fascinating and eye-opening. LOTS of people suggested it when I asked for book recommendations that went along with 168 Hours. (Fair warning that it has quite a bit of swearing).



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