A list of new free books available with Prime Reading in June 2020
Amazon Prime isn’t just about getting access to the latest TV shows and movies. You can get access to new music, new books, and much more. Prime Reading is a great addition and one you should take advantage of.
With Prime Reading, you get access to new free books each month. There is something for all types of interests and levels of reading. Children’s books, historical fiction, and nonfiction books are all available in June.
Here’s a look at the June 2020 additions to grab before time runs out.
The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek
Kim Michele Richardson’s novel is on the list of most sold Amazon books this week. However, you can also get it on Prime Reading right now. The fictional tale is about Cussy Mary Carter, a traveling librarian who brings her collection to a small Appalachian town. She immediately faces prejudice, something that will touch many people right now.
The Radium Girls: The Dark Story of America’s Shining Women
Kate Moore has a story about the discovery of radium, which was found after people got covered with the glittering dust when working in a radium factory. The “shining girls,” as they were known, fell ill and it was time to figure out why that happened.
The Little Prince
The Little Prince is a beloved classic and has been translated into English by Richard Howard. It’s a story of a pilot who meets a boy from another planet. There are plenty of lessons within the book about differences and acceptance.
The Good Daughter
If you love Karin Slaughter novels, you’ll want to check out this one. Charlie Quinn’s family was destroyed by a terrible crime 30 years ago. She wants to leave her past behind her, but violence visits the small town again. As a lawyer, is there anything she can do?
Fly Girls: How Five Daring Women Defied All Odds and Made Aviation History
Are you ready for a nonfiction book? It’s time to look at Keith O’Brien’s book about five women (yes, one of them is Amelia Earhart) who did everything the could to prove women could fly. They made it clear that they deserved the respect of their male counterparts. In doing so, they made discoveries that nobody else could.
If you’re looking for something for the children, then you’re going to want to turn your attention to P.L. Travers’s book, Mary Poppins. Sure, you’ve seen the Disney movies, but what about the story as it was originally made? It’s time to bring the novel to life for the children. You can do so for free with Prime Reading right now.
If you’re looking to start another series, Peak is one to check out. It’s just the first book in the Peak Marcello Adventure series by Roland Smith, telling the story of a 14-year-old boy who flees to Thailand where his father owns Peak Expeditions. He becomes the youngest person ever to reach Everest’s summit. It’s perfect for younger readers in the house.
The Magician’s Assistant
For those who need a little fantasy, you’ll want to turn to The Magician’s Assistant. There’s also an element of thriller in this. Sabine’s husband dies suddenly and she discovers the family he said he has lost in a tragic accident. Just how much did her husband not tell her? What other secrets does he have hidden in the closet?
Chi Chi Donatelli and Saverio Armandonada fall in love at the Jersey shore. They both have dreams of joining legendary orchestras. The problem is their dreams threaten to ruin their relationship. Now they need to decide whether the choice is family or ambition. Which would you choose? This may not have the happy ending you’re accustomed to in romance novels.
Frog and Toad All Year
While most books on Prime Reading are the first in a series, Frog and Toad All Year by Arnold Lovel is the third in the series. It’s okay. The kids won’t mind. This children’s book takes Frog and Toad on all sorts of adventures while helping children to read. If you have young children starting Kindergarten in September, this is the book to grab right now.
What are you reading at the moment? What will you grab from Prime Reading? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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