Ex­pand your li­brary with Hum­ble Book Bun­dle and help char­ity

Orlando Sentinel - - PEOPLE & ARTS - By Trevor Fraser

Light on read­ing ma­te­rial?

Over at Hum­bleBun­dle.com, you can snag more than two dozen ebooks for only $15. Not only that, but you can also di­rect that money to help sup­port pub­lic li­braries.

The web­site was cre­ated to raise char­ity funds while sell­ing elec­tronic goods, such as books, games and soft­ware.

Through Dec. 31, they are fea­tur­ing the Brain Wave 2, which fea­tures more than $480 worth of non­fic­tion ebooks on top­ics from the ori­gin of Chuck Tay­lor sneak­ers to me­dieval com­bat to get­ting a stronger brain. Ti­tles in­clude Neil Gaiman’s “Don’t Panic” and “How to Pros­per in the Com­ing Apoc­a­lypse” by Richard Curtis.

The deal is un­locked in lev­els. Pay $1 for the first eight books, pay $8 for 16 or pay $15 or more for all 28. Then you choose how that money gets di­vided be­tween Hum­ble, pub­lisher Open Road Me­dia and char­ity EveryLi­brary.

The ebooks can be down­loaded in mul­ti­ple for­mats.

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