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FREE Lent & Easter eBooks for Kindle


Free Lent & Easter eBooks for Kindle

It’s time for our weekly seasonal ebook roundup!

These ebooks were free at the time of posting but that could change at any moment.
As always, check before you click!


The Action Bible Easter Story


Lord of Glory: A Daily Lenten Devotional on the Names of Christ


Follow Prayerfully: A Guide to Prayer for Lent


Easter is Coming: A Devotional Journey with Jesus


Easter Trilogy: 3 short stories


Easter – The Story Is Told


The New Life of Easter


A Rabbit’s Tale: An Easter Story


How to Draw Easter


Malchus – A Read aloud Story for the Resurrection Season

Don’t own a Kindle? You can read Kindle ebooks on your PC for free.

My affiliate links were used in this post. There is no cost to you to download the free ebooks. I appreciate any shopping you might do while visiting Amazon! I have not read most of these ebooks and am not endorsing the contents. Please use your own judgement when choosing reading materials for yourself and your family.

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2 thoughts on “FREE Lent & Easter eBooks for Kindle

  1. First off, wanted to say THANK YOU! LOVE these books! LOVE what you do! Secondly, I would like to point out that one of your links is pointing to a different book which you already have listed. Thought you might want to know. :)
    Malchus – A Read aloud Story for the Resurrection Season is pointing to How to Draw Easter,
    at the moment. Malachus IS available for free though. Again, thanks for ALL you do. God bless you.

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