Amazon is offering at least two free books on frugality today on Kindle. These free books are not free for very long and usually only for 24 hours, so if you want a copy of these, be sure to get them today. Remember, you do not need a Kindle to take advantage of these free books. Amazon has the Cloud Reader that allows you to read these books for free online.
Kaylee Cole provides an extensive review of frugal eating in the Art of Frugal: Eating. The average family spends the majority of the monthly budget on meals. Kaylee takes us through frugal tips which cover shopping at grocery stores, coupon use, gardening and much more to uncover and reveal methods to save money while feeding a family with quality food. Kaylee's approach is grounded in common sense and makes the challenging subject of frugal eating easy for the reader to digest. After reading this book you will be able to save more per month and provide yourself and your family with higher quality meals at home, work and school.
Melissa Burnell presents a 2012 Grocery guide for struggling students and families of all sizes and income ranges. The average family of 4 in the United States spends more than $700 a month on groceries alone. In the “2012 Family Guide to Groceries under $250 a Month" the author outlines how and where to cut grocery expenses to get spending under control while opening the consumers eyes to little known dirty manipulation tactics employed by retailers to seduce unsuspecting customers into spending sprees.
Hope you enjoy these free books! :)
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