Week 7 (Only 2 Weeks Left) 10 Books for Animal Lovers, Just $.99 in E-Book

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We’re in Week 7 of Affordable Books to Read during the COVID-19 Outbreak

We hope you’re making it through OK!

To help, we’re currently making 10 of our books per week
JUST $.99 Each in eBook format: Just Two Weeks Left.
You Save $2.98 Per Book.

We know even if you’re home and the bills are covered, it’s a scary time. The virus is reaching out into our communities, and making life difficult for everyone.

The authors at Who Chains You Books want to make our books accessible to ALL during this time. The best way for us to do that is to offer them in eBook format at the minimum kindle price allowable:

JUST $.99 EACH!

Rest assured, you don’t need a kindle device to read our books in kindle. All you need is a smartphone OR the tablet of your choice, including the iPad. Just download the free kindle app from your app store, use your normal Amazon login in, and you’re all set up and ready to go! Then you can choose any of our 10 weekly selections from the links below (or ALL of them), and your titles will be sent right to your kindle app reading library on your device.

We wish you all the very best during this time. We hope you’ll enjoy our books, and get to know some of our authors. Reach out to them through their social media, and drop them a review on Amazon. Your reviews help our authors reach a wider audience. Be safe, we’re thinking of you.

This Week’s selection Includes books for all ages, from pre-school on up. Choose from the below titles:

harleycover19lo-dropHarley Saves the Day

By Karen Patterson

Illustrated by Nina Robichaud

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Join Harley as he proves that kindness and compassion can change the world. Harley Saves the Day is perfect for ages 7 and up, and makes a wonderful addition to humane or anti-bullying education programs.


budcover18loThe Life of Bud (from our Crescent Renewal Imprint)

By Laura W. Eckroat

Illustrated by Greg White

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Join us for the tale of a special leaf named Bud, whose life journey reminds us that we are all important and needed.

Bud starts out as a tiny bud—small and insignificant—yet he arrives into this life with a feeling of purpose and hope…


finalCoverlo-dropThe Never-Ending Thank You (from our Crescent Renewal Imprint)

By Samantha K. Riggi

Illustrated by Niki Stage

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The Never Ending Thank You is simple and beautifully illustrated by artist Niki Stage, and yet presents a lesson that’s never too early to learn about the ins and outs of friendship and communication.


tearscover20lo-dropIf Your Tears Were Human: A Collection of Poetry for Animals in Agriculture

Written by Heather Leughmyer

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If Your Tears Were Human: A Collection of Poetry for Animals in Agriculture, 2nd Edition, is an intensely moving and powerful collection of 28 verses written by Heather Leughmyer and paired with striking photographic images from Vanessa Sarges.


LostToothcoverlo-dropThe Lost Tooth (Crescent Renewal)

By Laura W. Eckroat

Illustrated by Greg White

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Follow Tommy the Tooth on his wild and exciting journey to the Tooth Fairy, as he ends up in places a lost tooth would never expect or want to be. A must for children who have or will have wiggly, jiggly baby teeth, and makes a wonderful first chapter book for ages 7-10 and grades 1-4.


bugmancoverloshadowMy Path to the Bugman: With an Earth-Friendly Guide to Pest Management for Your Home and Garden

Written by Richard “Bugman” Fagerlund

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Richard discusses pesticides, multiple chemical sensitivity, how to find the right pest control company when needed, and bee colony collapse. He both educates and entertains with tales of meeting (and sometimes running from) some of the more formidable members of the animal kingdom: a tiger, a python, an alligator, a king cobra, and other poisonous snakes, including rattlesnakes and copperheads.


RedKindergartenCover-lodropRed Goes to Kindergarten (Crescent Renewal)

Written by Laura W. Eckroat

Illustrated by Rodora Taboada

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Join Red as she experiences her exciting first week, and meets her teacher Mrs. Bloom and her new friend Violet. She draws pictures, colors apples, and creates patterns; kindergarten is amazing!

Includes a Monday through Friday activity section for the kids, too, so they can follow Red along her path.


olivercover19lo-dropOliver’s Big Problem

By Stephanie Itle-Clark and Jessie Miller

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Oliver is one happy pig with a big personality! He loves his home, his friends, and the healthy food and exercise he gets at the farm. But Oliver did not always live on the farm. His first home was far too small! Discover how he ended up at the farm and get to know Oliver in the first of the Farm Tales Series written just for early readers in grades Pre-K-2.


FionaFindsLoveCover-lodropFiona Finds Love

By Rhonda Lucas Donald

Illustrated by Erin Nielson

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| Buy Audiobook | Download Free Coloring Page

Fiona is an abandoned cat trying to survive and feed her kittens. Like so many other felines, she faces the dangers of life outdoors on her own: speeding cars, sickness, parasites, hunger, and cold. Will she beat the odds and find a better life for herself and her babies?


rescuesmilescoverloRescue Smiles: Favorite Animal Stories of Love and Liberation

Edited by Heather Leughmyer and Tamira Thayne

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In our first rescue story compilation, Who Chains You Books is pleased to offer a look into the emotional lives of rescuers and the living beings they hold dear. Join us for the heartwarming anecdotes, as Cinnamon steals Spice’s puppies, Alice steals everyone’s shoes, and a host of other animals conspire to steal our hearts.

Want to see all our Books for Animal Lovers? Click here.

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Special Pricing! We’ve made It Went to the Dogs: How Michael Vick’s Dogfighting Compound Became a Haven for Rescue Pups just $2.99 in e-book through May 31st! Grab it now.

Win “My Path to the Bugman” for Bugday Monday During our $400, 31-Day Book Giveaway

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It’s Bugday Monday! Today you can Win our 13th Free Book in our $400, 31-Book Giveaway to Celebrate Who Chains You Publishing’s 2nd Anniversary.

Today’s Prize? My Path to the Bugman, With an Earth-Friendly Guide to Pest Management for Your Home and Garden, by Richard “Bugman” Fagerlund.

How Do You Win It? Just click on our promo image (above), or this link, to bring you to our page, and let us know you want it in our comment section. The contest will run all day Aug. 13th, and we’ll select a random winner at 10:00 a.m. Eastern, August 14th.

Spread the word and join in the fun! My Path to the Bugman is available in paperback and kindle.

Here’s that link to enter again. https://www.facebook.com/whochainsyou/photos/a.994533240665277.1073741828.978812565570678/1772106276241299/

About the Book:

bugmancoverloshadowRichard Fagerlund is now widely known and respected as “The Bugman”, but it wasn’t always that way. In his third book, The Bugman takes us on a compelling journey through his early life, his struggles with alcohol and search to make a meaningful contribution to society, and his ultimate self-discovery along the path to becoming a Board Certified Entomologist (insect expert) and Dipterist (specialist in flies).

He then guides us through the best and least-harmful ways to deal with insects, other arthropods, and vertebrates which are commonly considered pests in our homes and gardens, offering detailed descriptions for over 150 species and ecologically-friendly advice on how to dissuade or remove them from your home or environment.

Richard discusses pesticides, multiple chemical sensitivity, how to find the right pest control company when needed, and bee colony collapse. He both educates and entertains with tales of meeting (and sometimes running from) some of the more formidable members of the animal kingdom: a tiger, a python, an alligator, a king cobra, and other poisonous snakes, including rattlesnakes and copperheads.

Richard “Bugman” Fagerlund has previously published two books and three scientific papers on the subject of bugs, and written a nationally-syndicated column about natural pest control.

According to former presidential candidate Gary Johnson, Richard “leads the way to a better, healthier planet, where pollution from pesticides is limited.”

About the Author:

Richard “Bugman” Fagerlund spent years in the pest management business, and then 11 years working with the University of New Mexico as a pest specialist, an Entomologist (insect expert), and Dipterist (specialist in flies). He is the co-author of “Ask the Bugman” and “The Bugman on Bugs”, as well as the co-author of three scholarly papers during his time with UNM. He wrote weekly natural pest control columns that appeared in many newspapers nationwide, including the San Francisco Chronicle and the Albuquerque Tribune.

When he retired from the University of New Mexico in 2006, Richard went into pest management consulting, and continues to help businesses control pests using least-toxic methods today. He still writes occasional columns for various papers, because he enjoys helping people solve their pest problems without having to use toxic pesticides. He has received hundreds if not thousands of letters from readers across the country.

A Teen Fights for Guinea Pigs and the Planet in “Bravo’s Freedom”

Now Available, from Who Chains You Books and author Samantha K. Riggi: Bravo’s Freedom.

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In Bravo’s Freedom, fifteen year old Gabriel is chosen by his village to travel to Old Guinea, where he must face the rulers to stop them from destroying the planet. With the impacts of global warming in full effect, Gabriel leaves his village with evidence that there is still time to reverse the damage and repair the planet. Will the rulers of Old Guinea listen to what Gabriel has to say, or will Gabriel and his new friend Bravo get locked away forever?

Bravo’s Freedom makes a wonderful classroom addition for environmental and humane education studies, and is perfect for ages 8 and up.

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About the Author:

samanthariggiauthorphotoSamantha K. Riggi is an elementary school teacher with a passion for animals, the environment and writing. She lives in the suburbs of Chicago with her husband, children and two old dogs. She is the author of Bravo’s Freedom, and Wesley Reese: Fourth Grade Hero.

About the Illustrator:

aprilpedersenApril Pedersen is a freelancer based in Reno, Nevada. She is partial to frogs, geocaching, science fiction, video poker, and chess. April is the illustrator of Adopting Adele, Brave Benny, and Bravo’s Freedom.

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Bug Fetish or Phobia? Got a Pest Problem and Don’t Know Where to Turn? Now’s Your Chance to Save $1 on Our Latest Book During our Kindle Pre-Order Phase

bugmancover4loDo bugs make your skin crawl, or do you share Richard “Bugman” Fagerlund’s endless fascination with all things bug? In either case, you’ll want to jump in line to pick up his new book, Richard “Bugman” Fagerlund: My Path to the Bugman, with an Earth-Friendly Guide to Pest Management for Your Home and Garden, coming out February 17th, from Who Chains You Publishing.

Got a pest problem, and don’t know where to turn? Richard’s your man. Your Bugman, that is.

Right now we’re in our pre-order phase, which is available to Kindle Users ONLY. (Don’t worry, the paperback will be available on the 17th). And, to sweeten the deal, we’re taking $1 off during the advance sales period, so it’s available for the next week ONLY for just $3.79 in Kindle!

If you’re a Kindle reader, now’s your chance to save before the book goes live. Just order now, and the book will be delivered to your Kindle or other reading device on February 17th.

Interested? Here’s that pre-sale link for Richard “Bugman” Fagerlund: My Path to the Bugman, With an Earth-Friendly Guide to Pest Management for your Home and Garden again: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01NC30SBZ?ref_=pe_2427780_160035660

IMG_0027.JPGRichard Fagerlund is now widely known and respected as “The Bugman”, but it wasn’t always that way. In his third book, The Bugman takes us on a compelling journey through his early life, his struggles with alcohol and search to make a meaningful contribution to society, and his ultimate self-discovery along the path to becoming a Board Certified Entomologist (insect expert) and Dipterist (specialist in flies).

He then guides us through the best and least-harmful ways to deal with insects, other arthropods, and vertebrates which are commonly considered pests in our homes and gardens, offering detailed descriptions for over 150 species and ecologically-friendly advice on how to dissuade or remove them from your home or environment.

Richard discusses pesticides, multiple chemical sensitivity, how to find the right pest control company when needed, and bee colony collapse. He both educates and entertains with tales of meeting (and sometimes running from) some of the more formidable members of the animal kingdom: a tiger, a python, an alligator, a king cobra, and other poisonous snakes, including rattlesnakes and copperheads.

Richard “Bugman” Fagerlund has previously published two books and three scientific papers on the subject of bugs, and written a nationally-syndicated column about natural pest control.

According to former presidential candidate Gary Johnson, Richard “leads the way to a better, healthier planet, where pollution from pesticides is limited.”

About the Author:

img_1622Richard “Bugman” Fagerlund spent years in the pest management business, and then 11 years working with the University of New Mexico as a pest specialist, an Entomologist (insect expert), and Dipterist (specialist in flies). He is the co-author of “Ask the Bugman” and “The Bugman on Bugs”, as well as the co-author of three scholarly papers during his time with UNM. He wrote weekly natural pest control columns that appeared in many newspapers nationwide, including the San Francisco Chronicle and the Albuquerque Tribune.

When he retired from the University of New Mexico in 2006, Richard went into pest management consulting, and continues to help businesses control pests using least-toxic methods today. He still writes occasional columns for various papers, because he enjoys helping people solve their pest problems without having to use toxic pesticides. He has received hundreds if not thousands of letters from readers around the country.

Interested? $1 off All Kindle Sales for One Week ONLY. Here’s that pre-sale link for Richard “Bugman” Fagerlund: My Path to the Bugman, With an Earth-Friendly Guide to Pest Management for your Home and Garden again: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01NC30SBZ?ref_=pe_2427780_160035660