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6 Great Book Recommendations Available For Under $10

From thrilling crime fiction, handy cooking recipes or loveable kids stories, there are some great books out in the market right now, readily available to you for under $10. With the festive season quickly approaching us all, what better stocking-filler is there than an affordable and high quality book? 

#1 Yellow Star – Jennifer Roy

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Yellow Star by Jennifer Roy tells the story of Roy’s aunt, Sylvia Perlmutter, who was one of 12 children liberated from the Lodz ghetto in 1945. It is an inspiring story detailing hardships, heartbreaks and the will to survive, and it is an informative must-read for everyone.

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Contributor: Caleb Backe from mapleholistics.com

#2 Those Tough Questions – Cynthia MacGregor

How do you answer those tough questions your kid asks? You know the ones: the ones every parent dreads, the ones that always come at an inconvenient time, the ones that are so important to answer right, the ones you can't google the answers to or find in Wikipedia. What are the right answers, though? This book is a handy 'crib sheet' for parents that will enable you to satisfy the most inquisitive of children: you need never be stuck for a response again.

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Contributor: Cynthia MacGregor from cynthiamacgregor.com

#3 Stealth Leftovers – Cynthia MacGregor

Why just serve warmed-up leftovers when you can use those leftovers in a wealth of scrumptious recipes that will have your family or guests asking for seconds. Which would you rather serve (or eat): Rewarmed, leftover roast chicken, or Casbah Chicken, rewarmed, leftover pork chops, or Ranchero Romero's Skillet Dinner? Here's a cornucopia of recipes for utilizing leftovers that will please your palate, help you keep from wasting food, and rescue you from boring dinners. Did you know you can even get creative with leftover hamburgers and hot dogs?!

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Contributor: Cynthia MacGregor from cynthiamacgregor.com

#4 101 Things To Do With Bacon – Eliza Cross

101 recipes feature new twists on old favorites as well as inventive new recipes for breakfasts, salads, soups, sandwiches, appetizers, entrées, and even desserts! It retails for $9.99 USD, is 128 pages, and has a spiral binding so the pages lie flat when cooking.

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Contributor: Eliza Cross from elizacross.com

#5 True Detective – Max Allan Collins

This novel by Max Allen Collins tells the tale of Nathan Heller, a young police officer tasked with helping to clean up crime in Chicago ahead of the World’s Fair in 1932. Heller becomes entangled in a fight for power between Chicago’s mayor and the mob, and he soon must somehow stop an assassination from taking place in Miami Beach. Ever the thriller, this book is a reasonably-priced must-read.

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Contributor: Caleb Backe from mapleholistics.com

#6 Dreamkidz Series – Israel Idonije

With appealing art and inviting text, each DreamKidz Adventures book (I Love Me, I Love Football and I Love Numbers) is focused on supporting foundational concepts of love, teamwork and self-confidence while encouraging reading. The DreamKidz Adventures characters are a diverse group who share engaging, positive stories perfect for children ages 2-6.

Each book is $5.99.

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Contributor: Teresa Myers from athlitacomics.com

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