Free Book Friday!


Congratulations to Willynate and designhouse9! They are the winners of Ultravioletby R.J. Anderson! Willynate and designhouse9, please send your mailing addresses to lmatvick@lernerbooks.com.

After a quick pause last week for Thanksgiving, we’re ready to giveaway a huge prize this week! One lucky winner will receive all six books in our new Searchlight Books–What’s Amazing About Space? series! That’s more than $160.00 worth of books!

Spur kids’ interest in space with these fascinating topics, ranging from space robots and extrasolar exploration to black holes and space travel. Engaging and informative text and stunning photos and illustrations hold students’ interest while enhancing their scientific knowledge.

To win this great new series, please leave a comment below about how you would put these books to good use or Tweet the following line: “I want to find out What’s Amazing About Space with @Lernerbooks! RT to win 6 free Searchlight Books! www.lernerbooks.blogspot.com.” The winner will be announced during Free Book Friday on December 9 so make sure to check the blog to see if you’ve won!

Good luck!

4 thoughts on “Free Book Friday!

  1. Allison

    I am a teacher so I would use these books mainly for my students who LOVE to read non-fiction as a way to really engage them in their reading! Also, these books could be used when we are learning about non-fiction text features. Oh, and of COURSE these books could be used when we are learning about the solar system! Soooooooo many ways to use books in the classroom!!! 🙂 Thank you so much for this giveaway opportunity!

  2. Heidi Grange

    These look like great books to book talk to reluctant readers in the library. Plus keeping the library's science section is a never ending process.

    Thanks for the opportunity.

  3. Mommy Reads

    I would use these books with my whole class, but especially one student in particular-he is obsessed with all things space! I know having these books might encourage a few others to grab onto the idea!

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