ebook Bundle of the Week: Green Families


BundleoftheWeek.com, 5 eBooks for $7.40!

“Going green” is definitely a journey, and tips and support along the way is so helpful! With this ebook bundles you will learn how to make healthier choices for your family. At almost 90% off, this collection of ebooks offers tips for saving money on organic groceries and developing healthy eaters as well as making your own natural remedies, skin care products and more!

Making Organic Food Affordable by Tara Wagner
Tara’s Making Organic Food Affordable covers ideas, tips, tricks, strategies and resources to help you at least match what you currently spend on conventional food while you work your way toward lowering costs – even down to zero. Discover 18 tips to get the most for your dollar at the farmers’ market, where to find the best wholesale prices or organic food coupons and 8 ways to get organic food absolutely free, plus tons more. From the simple to the challenging, if you’re willing to put even just some of these strategies into practice, you can make organic food affordable for your family!

First Bites by Hilary Kimes Bernstein
Filled with understandable explanations of scientific research, practical solutions, and lots of stories from real-life moms, First Bites is a fantastic resource for new moms who simply don’t have the time to do all of the research by themselves but want their babies to reap the rewards of a healthier start. Discover why homemade baby food makes a difference, when to introduce solid foods, what common – and preventable – food choices are harmful to children and more.

Herbal Adventures by Michele Augur
The Herbal Adventures pocket guide, a companion to Michele’s Herbal Nurturing (which we offered in a bundle earlier this year), offers a dozen remedies and tips to assist you in putting together a staple kit for outings. Be prepared to soothe burns, nausea, scrapes, bug bites and stings, poison ivy, nosebleeds, food poisoning, insomnia, fungal infections, and more with simple instructions for homemade products plus suggestions for quality commercially-made products.

The Holistic Mama’s Guide to Homemade Skin Care by Roxanne King, HHG
In The Holistic Mama’s Guide to Homemade Skin Care, Roxanne offers a step-by-step guide to creating your own beauty products at home. If you’ve been holding back because you’re overwhelmed and unsure where to start, this guide will help you create natural products from everyday ingredients so you’ll have the peace of mind of knowing your products are truly safe and save tons of money in the process!

The Cottage Mama’s DIY Guide by Kristy Howard
Kristy has put together a collection of her favorite do-it-yourself recipes and tutorials that will nourish and nurture your family! The Cottage Mama’s DIY Guide features tutorials and recipes for toxin-free household cleaners and laundry detergent; body and beauty products; healthy, herbal remedies; nourishing tidbits for little people;  tips and hints for the savvy homemaker; and more.

The Green Families bundle is only available through 8am EST on Monday, 10/21. Get yours today!

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  1. This sounds like a great collection of books at a great price. I’m sure there is a load of great info here.

  2. Deborah Caudill

    I enjoyed the review of the collection of e books on living green. The different books have been written following a great deal of research that lots of people do not have time to do, such as how to make yor own rganic skin care products and he to shop at farmers markets and how to buy that way as cheaply as regular grocery shopping. They even eventually show people how to shop for free. It made me plan to buy the books, especially since all of them are less than $8.00.

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