April 23 is the annual celebration of the World Book Day. Because of this, Amazon is offering 10 free international e-book titles as part of their Amazon free e-book giveaway.
How to Avail of the Free E-book?
Amazon is celebrating the World Book Day by giving away free 10 international Kindle e-books.
CNET explains that users needs to have an Amazon account to download the said free e-books and a Kindle, Amazon Fire tablet or the Kindle app on a smartphone, tablet or PC to read them on for them to be eligible for this promotional offer . Also, there are no indicated qualifications or premium memberships like Prime for this offer.
You have only until April 24 to download and avail of this World Book Day offer, make sure to check that out.
Amazon Free E-Books
As indicated in their site, the titles are from different parts of the world. But no need to worry, all pieces are already translated in English. Amazon users can choose from the following:
- At The End Of The Matinee by Keiichiro Hirano
- A literary fiction from Japan.
- A Single Shallow by Zhang Ling
- A historical fiction from China.
- The Broken Circle by Enjeela Ahmadi-Miller
- An emotional and sweeping memoir from Afghanistan.
- Amora by Natalia Polesso
- An exquisite collection of stories from Brazil exploring the complexity of love between women .
- The King of Warsaw by Szczepan Twardoch
- The ferociously original story of a city ignited by hate and a man in thrall to power.
- The Strange Journey of Alice Pendelbury
- A historical fiction from France.
- The Son and Heir by ALEX MÜNNINGHOFF
- A prize-winning Dutch journalist’s unsparing memoir from Netherlands about growing up amid the excesses, triumphs, and devastation of post–World War II Europe.
- You, Me, And The Colors of Life by Noa A. Walker
- A piece from Germany described as a moving, hopeful story about the power of love and the power of living a life filled with joy.
- Return to the Enchanted Island by Johary Ravaloson
- A literary fiction from Madagascar about a young man comes of age amidst the enchanted origin myths of his island country.
- Some Days by MARÍA WERNICKE
- A children’s book from Argentina about a touching story of family and loss, a young girl imagines a passageway in her yard that takes her to a place of safety and love.
World Book Day
This annual event is celebrated every 23rd day of the month of April. It is also referred to as the World Book and Copyright Day or International Day of the Book.
According to United Nations, the World Book Day started at 1995 with UNESCO’s General Conference held in Paris. April 23 is a remarkable date due to the death of prominent authors like Cervantes and Shakespeare. Because of this, April 23 is quite a symbolic date for the world of literature.
In this time of pandemic, people are stuck in their homes and students have no school, it is a good opportunity for you to cultivate the love of reading. Let’s all together celebrate the World Book Day!