Specials today: Life of Pi, Where’s My Water?

Specials today: Life of Pi, Where’s My Water?

I don’t usually just list the specials, but these two seemed particularly good.

First, the

Kindle Daily Deal

today is

Life of Pi

for ninety-nine cents (discounted from $8.99).

This Man Booker Prize winner is challenging and charming, and has been very well-received. I’ve read it myself…I think you are going to run into the situation where somebody at some time on your account is going to mention it as “something I always wanted to read.”  It’s also going to be an important movie in December of 2012 (directed by Ang Lee and starring Tobey Maguire).

For Kindle Fire owners (or people with other Android devices), the

Free App of the Day

is the very popular Disney title,

Where’s My Water?

you try to help Swampy the Alligator (who lives under a city) get water.

I bought it today, but haven’t tried it yet. I just know I’ve heard about it repeatedly…

These deals are only good for today (December 26, 2011) and may not be available outside the USA (that’s definitely true of the app), but there are always new deals at Amazon. :)

If you have an opinion about either of these, feel free to share by commenting on this post.

This post by Bufo Calvin originally appeared in the I Love My Kindle blog.

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2 Responses to “Specials today: Life of Pi, Where’s My Water?”

  1. Jane Says:

    The Life of Pi is a not-to-be missed book, so if you haven’t read it, pick it up at .99 and count yourself lucky!

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