Friday, October 10, 2008

Eco Blog Tour & Giveaway: EcoBrain E-Books

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Goodies for Mom is participating in the EcoBlog Tour and will be bringing you reviews of new eco-friendly products and services as we are invited to join in.

This week's blog tour takes us to EcoBrain. EcoBrain is an eBook store that is dedicated to helping to educate people about environmental living. You can read them on your computer, a hand-held device, or print off only the pages you need. In addition, because EcoBrain eBooks are delivered and produced electronically, there is very little energy used in their creation, and no fuel for delivery. The best part is reading eBooks saves trees. As we all know, books come from trees.

Ordering is so easy. You just find the book you want to purchase. You can look for it by subject, publisher or even by price. Prices start as low as a $1!!!! Once you decide what you want, you just add it to your cart and check out. After paying, you'll be taken to a download screen where you can download your book in PDF format. You have your book immediately. No stalking the postman waiting for your package. You can even go back and download it up to 5 times but once it is on your computer, you can open and read it as many times as you'd like. You can open it and read it for Adobe Acrobat. This let you resize the pages to fit your screen size, resolution and your eyesight (for us over 40ers and you know how you are).

ENTER TO WIN

EcoBrain is giving Goodies for Mom readers a chance to win a copy of Radical Simplicity. For your chance to win, just visit EcoBrain. Then come back here and tell us your favorite book from their eco-friendly selection by Monday, October 13 at midnight EST. (Get an extra chance to win by blogging about our giveaway and leaving a comment with the link.)

[Visit EcoBrain now.]

12 comments:

mverno said...

americas healthe

lisagee said...

The Love of Impermanent Things

msrodeobrat said...

Homes That Heal (and those that don't): How Your Home May be Harming Your Family's Health sounds good

Maja said...

The Love of Impermanent Things

Anonymous said...

The New Becoming Vegetarian book
Carolsue
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Tonya said...

Eco Dog looks interesting.

kodikatt said...

Cold River Spirits is definitelone I would like to read.

Donna said...

The Love of Impermanent Things would help I think. Thanks for the contest.

purango said...

Climate Solutions is my favorite

Anonymous said...

hope to win
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robtmartin said...
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lilyk said...

I love The Bread Builders: Hearth Loaves and Masonry Ovens!