Amazon Is Giving Away 10 Free Kindle eBooks for World Book Day (Until April 24)

FYI: You can down­load 10 free inter­na­tion­al ebooks as part of Ama­zon’s free give­away for World Book Day. Writes CNET:

World Book Day is on April 23 and to cel­e­brate the day, alter­na­tive­ly referred to as World Book and Copy­right Day or Inter­na­tion­al Day of the Book, Ama­zon is giv­ing away 10 Kin­dle ebooks from around the world. You must have an Ama­zon account to down­load them and a Kin­dle, Ama­zon Fire tablet or the Kin­dle app on a smart­phone, tablet or PC to read them, but there don’t appear to be any restric­tions or spe­cial mem­ber­ships (like Prime) required to down­load them. The 10 ebooks are free through April 24.

Get the free ebooks here. If you could use a Kin­dle, snag one here.

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