Free science Kindle books for 15 Sep 18

Poems on the Brain

by Sean Donnelly

Do you enjoy poetry, and want to hear on a new topic? Have you ever wanted to learn about the brain, but felt bogged down with detail? If so, this is your book! Inside are 75 short and easy to memorize poems for both poetry aficionados and those studying neuroscience. The formatting has been optimized for the Amazon Kindle device and allows for easy flashcard use between the title and the poem.

Don’t own a Kindle? No problem! You can use the Kindle app for free on your phone or tablet to enjoy this book.

Sharks: Amazing Pictures and Animal Facts Everyone Should Know (The Animal Kidsâ?? Books Series Book 6)

by Ann Lawrence

Sharks is the sixth book in The Animal Kids’ Book Series exploring the animal kingdom using both words and amazing pictures of animals.

Re-issued in September 2018 in a reflowable eBook format, this book is aimed at middle and high school children and adults, although it is also suitable for younger children as an assisted reader.

The world of animals

Animals come in all shapes and sizes and include mammals, birds, fish, reptiles and amphibians. And, whether we are talking about wild animals or their more familiar domestic counterparts, we are looking at a fascinating world that you can spend a lifetime exploring, and only scratch the surface.

Sharks – Amazing Pictures and Animal Facts Everyone Should Know looks at the sharks swimming in the seas and oceans of our world. This “all about sharks” animal facts book looks at that small sub-section of sharks that we all know and love from the more than 500 shaek species.

Sharks range in size from just a few centimeters in length to several meters and can be both beautiful and frightening to look at. This book includes details of the following sharks:

  • Basking Shark
  • Blacktip Reef Shark
  • Blue Shark
  • Bull Shark
  • Caribbean Reef Shark
  • Great White Shark
  • Hammerhead Shark
  • Lemon Shark
  • Mako Shark
  • Tiger Shark
  • Whale Shark
  • Whitetip Reef Shark

After a lifetime spent studying the animal kingdom at first hand as she has traveled the globe, Ann Lawrence brings the world of these wonderful creatures of the ocean to life with some of the most amazing pictures you will find anywhere.

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Extreme Dose! Melatonin The Miracle Anti-Aging Hormone Anti-Alzheimerâ??s Hormone Anti-Baldness Hormone Menopause Reversal Hormone

by Jeff T. Bowles

By the author of the bestseller

The author shares the amazing secrets of a lifetime of high-dose melatonin experiments on himself and others!

Living Tick-Free: Preventing Lyme and Tick-Borne Disease

by Alexis Chesney

Lyme disease is the most common vector-borne illness in the United States. There are over 300,000 new cases of Lyme disease diagnosed each year. While researchers and physicians work tirelessly at developing better testing and treatments, the numbers of new cases continue to rise. In order to change the tide, radical education on the prevention of Lyme disease is critical. Dr. Alexis Chesney, a Lyme and tick-borne disease (TBD) specialist, has created a concise guide with practical preventative strategies that everyone – from the weekend outdoor enthusiast to the daily farmer – can use. There are many steps that can be taken to prevent Lyme and TBD – from managing the tick population in your yard and preventing ticks from getting on your person, to treating tick bites promptly and properly if and when they happen. Gleaned from her years of clinical work, Dr. Chesney provides proven, user-friendly strategies for tick identification, tick control, tick bite prevention, and tick bite management and treatment. These practical tools can empower each of us to stop the spread of Lyme and TBD one person at a time.

Do-It-Yourself Herbal Remedies: Natural Medicine for Health and Beauty: (Herbal Medicine, Homemade Remedies)

by Adrienne Burns

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Do-It-Yourself Herbal Remedies: Natural Medicine for Health and Beauty

Book 1. Homemade Antibiotics: Top 25 Natural Alternative Medicine Recipes For Healing Without Pills

Book 2. Essential Oils For Beauty: 25 Natural Beauty Recipes For Skin Care, Weight Loss, Aromatherapy

Book 3. Herbal Pain Relief and Anesthetics: Headache, Back Ache, And Tooth Pain Relief

Book 4. Herbs For Sore Throat, Cold, And Cough: 35+ Remedies of Teas, Rubs, Balms, Syrups, Drops and More

Book 5. Homemade Antibiotics: 25 Natural Recipes for Healing without Pills

Book 6. Homemade Healing Salves: The Top 25 Best Recipes Of Balms And Ointments For All Kinds Of Injuries

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Chicken Coops: The Ultimate Beginnerâ??s Guide to Planning and Building the Perfect Chicken Coop (Chicken Coop Plans, Raising Backyard Chickens,Chicken Coops for Beginners)


Chicken Coops

The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Planning and Building the Perfect Chicken Coop

Protecting your chickens from harsh environment conditions and keeping them away from predators is an ideal idea to keep in check. And for this reason, you build a chicken coop for your chickens.

This book will take you step by step to building your own chicken coop for the betterment of your chickens. The book will provide you with simplified methods which don’t require advanced carpentry techniques to do it.
It will also ensure that your dream of having a unique chicken coop has been fulfilled.

It will enlighten you with techniques such as:

  • How to put up your own chicken coop.
  • The necessary tools and equipment needed.
  • Features of a chicken coop.
  • Chicken coop accessories.

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Mago Interior, ¡Despierta! (Spanish Edition)

by Ramiro A. Franco Echeverri (Ramas)

Querido lector, te comparto la bitácora del emocionante viaje de exploración hacia mi infinito y desconocido interior, en él encontré a mi propio mago dormido y le di la orden que ambos tanto necesitábamos: MAGO INTERIOR, ¡DESPIERTA!
Tengo 70 años, trabajé 33 para IBM, famosa multinacional de informática, y he dedicado mis últimos 15 años como pensionado a recopilar las ideas que más me han inspirado respecto a cuál es el propósito de la vida en la Tierra. Entre mis autores espirituales favoritos, destaco con profundo agradecimiento a:
Anita Moorjani
David R. Hawkins
Drúnvalo Melchizedek
Eckhart Tolle
Georg I. Gurdjieff
Gerardo Schmedling
José Luis Parise
Juan José Benítez
Neil Donald Walsh

Anhelé imprimirle sentido y coherencia a tal cúmulo de información y en sueños vi como sus valiosas enseñanzas refulgían con claridad, ilación y armonía. No obstante, plasmar por escrito lo comprendido en esos “benditos estados de consciencia onírica” me enfrentó al gran poder que yo mismo le había otorgado a mi ego, a mis “trucos del lenguaje” y a mis obsoletas creencias. Resultado: produje versiones cada vez más complicadas y confusas.
En nuevos sueños supe que la solución estaba en pedirle ayuda a mi ángel tutelar, Antuse. �l y dos Maestros Ascendidos terrícolas, Arúa de la cultura Teyuna y Pachí, de la Inca (otrora enclavadas en lo que hoy son Colombia y Perú, respectivamente) acudieron en sueños inicialmente y ahora incluso en estados míos conscientes de plena vigilia y me apoyaron para realizar mi anhelo.

No te adelanto más. Acompáñame. Es mi anhelo que, al compartirte mi bitácora, te motives a desenterrar tus propios tesoros de perfección para que empieces a disfrutar conscientemente la felicidad que por herencia divina te corresponde.

Habitable Exoplanets: Red Dwarf Systems Like TRAPPIST-1 (OCS Book 3)

by Mathew Anderson

Amazon Best Selling Author – #1 in Astronomy, Astrophysics & Space Science, and Cosmology

Discover in a short and comprehensive read the chance of exoplanets being habitable around the most exotic and abundant type of star in the Universe – red dwarfs. You will also get a peek into the wildly different environments of these exotic worlds with features unlike anything we experience here on Earth!

A common misconception is that our own star type, G-class, is the most common star. This is far from reality. Red Dwarfs (comprising of both late K-type and all M-type) are at least 70% of all stars in the Milky Way galaxy. While life has been located around our own star type (as we are here to talk about that revelation), it would be shortsighted to ignore the vast majority stars because we have assumptions about how inhospitable they may be for life â?? assumptions that are quickly being overturned.

“To consider the Earth as the only populated world in infinite space is as absurd as to assert that in an entire field sown with millet, only one grain will grow.” – Metrodorus of Chios, 4th century BCE.


– Introduction
– Common Definitions
– Introducing Red Dwarf Stars
– Surprise! Red Dwarfs Host Planets Too
– Red Dwarf Planetary Systems
– Making a Red Dwarf Planet Habitable
– A Star’s Temperament
– A Planet’s Shielding
– Water Worlds
– A Delicate Balance
– Introducing Tidally Locked Worlds
– Civilization on a Tidally Locked World
– A New Generation of Telescopes
– Summary: A Universe Filled with Habitable Exoplanets


– Is the star past its early years of active flaring?
– Does the planet have a magnetic field of any kind?
– Does the planet have an atmosphere?
– Is there any kind of atmospheric recycling occurring?
– Does the planet have liquid water on its surface?
– And for the support of a technological civilization, does the planet have between 10-40% land coverage?

“Given all that we have covered in this book, if I were to sum up the chances of finding complex life around a red dwarf star, a star that’s at least a couple of billions of years old, I would personally rate the chance at 1 of 5 (20%). This percentage is still nearly twice as many stars as the total of all Sun-like stars in our galaxy. By this statistic alone, red dwarf worlds demand all the telescope time they can get.” – Mathew Anderson

I hope you enjoy reading this relatively short but big picture view of the habitability of red dwarf exoplanets!

Redes integradas de servicios de salud en Colombia y Brasil: Estudio de casos (Textos de Medicina y Ciencias de la Salud nº 3) (Spanish Edition)

“En este libro se presenta una parte de los resultados del proyecto internacional de investigación “Impacto en la equidad de acceso y la eficiencia de las redes integradas de servicios de salud en Colombia y Brasil (Equity-LA)”, financiado por la Unión Europea y en el que participaron seis instituciones de cuatro países, dos europeos (España y Bélgica) y dos latinoamericanos (Colombia y Brasil). La investigación se diseñó con el propósito de mejorar la comprensión sobre el impacto de la implementación de las redes integradas de servicios de salud en el acceso, la coordinación, la eficiencia y la equidad de acceso, en diferentes contextos de Latinoamérica. El estudio además de evidencia, generó nuevas preguntas, que dieron lugar al proyecto Equity LA II, actualmente en desarrollo, también financiado por la Unión Europea, que profundiza en sus resultados y amplía el análisis a cuatro países más de América Latina: Argentina, Chile, México y Uruguay. Los resultados contenidos en esta obra se refieren a los aspectos de acceso, coordinación, continuidad y calidad de la atención en las redes de servicios de salud, que se analizan mediante un estudio de casos, basado en estudios cualitativos y cuantitativos y cuyos datos se recogieron entre 2009 y 2012.”

Perpetual Winter: A coming of age fantasy (A Keeper’s War Book 1)

by K T Bowes

The last hive has fallen.

Only one queen remains.

Would you give up your life to save a colony which hates you?

At sixteen, Estefania discovers her life has been a lie. Her father isn’t a warring king too busy to visit her. Her father never existed. Her island home is a carefully constructed facade to keep her safe from the mysterious Wasp Lord who wants her dead.

Betrothed to an arrogant prince to get her away from the island in secret, Estefania is sent to the frightening world of men. Instead of finding safety as a princess in a royal family, she meets the face of cruelty and becomes the victim of another complicated power play.

One man stands between her and death. He’s been with her since childhood, but she doesn’t trust him. She doesn’t even like him.

Estefania has a secret, one she must guard with her life.

She has a bee nature.

She’s seen the hive.

She is the last queen.

This is the first book in A Keeper’s War trilogy.

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Let’s Explore Plants (Everyday Science Facts Series Book 1)

by Febé Elizabeth Meyer

Take a moment to think what our world would look like without plants. Quite obviously, we wouldn’t have food. No corn, wheat, chicken, beef. And definitely no chocolate or coffee! Every life-giving breath we take needs the oxygen that plants give us. Our world would be dull, lifeless and empty without them. Yet, we ignore plants most of the time. Plants are fascinating. How long would any of us survive if we couldn’t move? They breathe, eat, drink, talk, know when it is spring and ward off pests that try to eat them – without moving a muscle!
This book is written for young readers who have an appetite for knowledge, a thirst for new facts and big words. Join us in the adventure, as we explore the following topics about plants:
Chapter 1: How do plants breathe?
We describe the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide through the tiny holes in leaves.
Chapter 2: How do plants drink?
Plants have a strong plumbing system with tiny little vessels, which form wood. The sun helps that water to flow through the plant.
Chapter 3: How do plants eat?
The process photosynthesis and how carbon dioxide, water and sunlight are combined the chloroplast food factories to make sugar.
Chapter 4: How do plants grow?
Here, we talk about the building blocks of plants and how hormones help them to grow.
Chapter 5: Why do plants have roots?
Roots have many different functions, and plants need them for more than just sucking up water from the soil.
Chapter 6: How do plants make seeds?
Plants need to have their flowers pollinated, before they can start building seeds. In order to do this, they advertise to pollinators.
Chapter 7: How do plants protect themselves?
Many bugs, and small living creature want to attack plants and eat them. Plants have found clever ways of protecting themselves.
Chapter 8: Can plants talk?
Maybe plants don’t have voices, but they do communicate with other living things.
Chapter 9: Why do leaves die and fall off during autumn?
Trees need to go into a type of hibernation during winter and they lose their leaves, because they need to recycle important substances, and don’t want to lose when the leaves fall off.
Chapter 10: How do plants know that its spring?
Plants have their own biological clock ticking on the inside. They can sense how long a day is, and how cold it is, and they use these cues to time their flowering in spring.
This book is scientifically sound and written based on reliable sources. There is a glossary included at the back, as well as practical assignments for understanding each topic better.
The author has an MSc degree in Plant Biotechnology and has a passion for teaching children to love science and explore the world around them.

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