Gold Box Deal: up to 75% off books for “students”

Gold Box Deal: up to 75% off books for “students”

I recently wrote recently wrote about how I like Amazon’s “Big Deal” (the current one goes through January 25th) on Kindle books, and I do.🙂

However, I think I like another sale they do (more rarely) even better…their sales of hundreds of books for “students”!

I put the word “students” in quotation marks, because really, there are books here for a very wide variety of people. I would hope that people are always students, at any stage of life and in any profession.

This is a Gold Box Deal: it will only be good for today (although the books may go on sale again some time, of course), and may not apply in your country (I have readers all over the world).

Here it is:

Gold Box Deal of the Day: Save up to 75% on Kindle Books for Students (at AmazonSmile*)

Remember that these can also make good gifts. You can delay their delivery for a specific date, or you can have the gift e-mailed to yourself, print it out and save it. That makes it a good “emergency gift”.🙂 Since this is a one day sale, I don’t have time to really describe each of the books I select…don’t want you to miss getting the ones you want.🙂

These are some that caught my eye:

When H*ll Was in Session
by Admiral Jeremiah Denton

Stuff You Should Know About Stuff: How to Properly Behave in Certain Situations
by Tyler Stanton and Tripp Crosby

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Crying
by Carol Leifer

Lean UX: Applying Lean Principles to Improve User Experience
by Jeff Gothelf and Josh Seiden

Dancing in the Glory of Monsters: The Collapse of the Congo and the Great War of Africa
by Jason Stearns

Hackers & Painters: Big Ideas from the Computer Age
by Paul Graham

Brain Rules (Updated and Expanded): 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School
by John Medina

The Philosopher and the Wolf: Lessons from the Wild on Love, Death, and Happiness
by Mark Rowlands

Building Wireless Sensor Networks: with ZigBee, XBee, Arduino, and Processing
by Robert Faludi

Hi-de-ho: The Life of Cab Calloway
by Alyn Shipton

Doing Data Science: Straight Talk from the Frontline
by Cathy O’Neil and Rachel Schutt

Mathew Brady: Portraits of a Nation
by Robert Wilson

Making Things See: 3D vision with Kinect, Processing, Arduino, and MakerBot
by Greg Borenstein

Mandela
by Martin Meredith

Forecast: What Physics, Meteorology, and the Natural Sciences Can Teach Us About Economics
by Mark Buchanan

How to Succeed in Hollywood: A Field Guide for Christian Screenwriters, Actors, Producers, Directors, and More…
by Baehr Ted

Guillain-Barre Syndrome (American Academy of Neurology Press Quality of Life Guide Series)
by Gareth J. Parry MB ChB FRACP and Joel S. MD, PhD, FICA Steinberg

Safe Stardom: How to Protect Your Children on Their Road to Fame
by Robert Pafundi and Caitlin Sanchez

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: A Guide for Patients and Families:Third Edition
by Hiroshi MD Mitsumoto

What?: Are These the 20 Most Important Questions in Human History–Or Is This a Game of 20 Questions?
by Mark Kurlansky

Whatever Happened to the Metric System?: How America Kept Its Feet
by John Bemelmans Marciano

Beasts: What Animals Can Teach Us About the Origins of Good and Evil
by Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson

Richard Dawkins: How a scientist changed the way we think
by Alan Grafen and Mark Ridley

Designing Science Presentations: A Visual Guide to Figures, Papers, Slides, Posters, and More
by Matt Carter

The Leader’s Checklist: 15 Mission-Critical Principles
by Michael Useem

The Music of Joni Mitchell
by Lloyd Whitesell

The Elephant in the Room: Silence and Denial in Everyday Life
by Eviatar Zerubavel

Coming up Roses: The Broadway Musical in the 1950s
by Ethan Mordden

Galileo in Rome: The Rise and Fall of a Troublesome Genius
by William R. Shea and Mariano Artigas

Dive Deeper: Journeys with Moby-Dick
by George Cotkin

The Next Nightmare: How Political Correctness Will Destroy America
by Peter Feaman

Organic Chemistry Demystified 2/E
by Daniel Bloch

The New Oxford Book of Literary Anecdotes (Oxford Books of Prose & Verse)
by John Gross

Michael Jackson: Man Behind the Mirror
by Raamayan Ananda

Obstetric Triage and Emergency Care Protocols
by Diane J. Angelini and Donna LaFontaine

The Talking Ape: How Language Evolved (Studies in the Evolution of Language)
by Robbins Burling

How to Read a Word
by Elizabeth Knowles

Fabulous Science: Fact and Fiction in the History of Scientific Discovery
by John Waller

Humor 101 (Psych 101)
by Mitch Earleywine PhD

Totally Weird and Wonderful Words
by Erin McKean

Copyright’s Paradox
by Neil Weinstock Netanel

Using Superheroes in Counseling and Play Therapy
by Lawrence C. Rubin and Rubin, Lawrence C., PhD, LMHC, RPT-S

The Essential Martin Luther King, Jr.: “I Have a Dream” and Other Great Writings (King Legacy)
by Martin Luther King Jr and Clayborne Carson

Uninhibited, Robust, and Wide-Open : A Free Press for a New Century (Inalienable Rights)
by Lee C. Bollinger

Digitized: The science of computers and how it shapes our world
by Peter J. Bentley

France Since 1945
by Robert Gildea

Enjoy!

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I bought my Echo through AmazonSmile. When you shop at AmazonSmile, half a percent of your purchase price on eligible items goes to a non-profit you choose. It will feel just like shopping at Amazon: you’ll be using your same account. The one thing for you that is different is that you pick a non-profit the first time you go (which you can change whenever you want)…and the good feeling you’ll get. :) Shop ’til you help! :) By the way, it’s been interesting lately to see Amazon remind me to “start at AmazonSmile” if I check a link on the original Amazon site. I do buy from AmazonSmile, but I have a lot of stored links I use to check for things.

This post by Bufo Calvin originally appeared in the I Love My Kindle blog. To support this or other blogs/organizations, buy  Amazon Gift Cards from a link on the site, then use those to buy your items. There will be no cost to you, and a benefit to them.

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