Free e-Books!

If you have an iPhone, an iPad, or use iTunes, you can download these books for free. Hell yeah, free books.

For the little ones: Axel the Truck: Rocky Road by Sharon Phillips Denslow. Perfect if you have kids, or are stuck on the subway with a four-year-old by your side.

For a little trashy supernatural romance: Summons by Shona Husk. I admit that this one looks straight out of Labyrinth. That is not a complaint. There is a Goblin King. Have fun.

For young adults with a traveling itch: Not For Parents, by Lonely Planet. It’s an international introductory travel guide, specifically geared for the under-18 set. Get their wanderlust on early.

For the classic sci-fi fan: The Time Machine by H.G. Wells. From before fezzes were cool.

For hungry witches: The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook by Dinah Bucholz. Pumpkin juice found here.

For the pre-Machiavellian: The Art of War, by Sun Tzu. This translation is rated pretty high, so get your flame war on.

For the caped crusader: Superheroes by William Irwin. The intersection of philosophy and pop culture means you can question ethics AND talk about superpowers. Win/win.

For the graduate wannabe: Kaplan New GRE is up in here. Yes, that’s a free, ranked study guide for the Test Murderous.

For the tech-savvy mama: Geek Mom, by the geeks behind, this book is a collection of tech-oriented projects that are entertaining not just for your kids, but for you, too!

For the gal who’s all thumbs: How to Knit, also by the crew. If they can’t teach you how, it’s totally okay to quit trying.

By Meghan Young Krogh

Meghan had a number of quality writing mentors over the course of her education, which just goes to show that you can't blame the teacher for the way the student turns out. Team Oxford Comma represent.

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