Free Book Friday Finale (for 2012)!

Congratulations to Lisa! You are the winner of the six titles in our new Pop Culture Bios: Super Singers series from Lerner Publications. Please send your mailing address to and we’ll get your books in the mail for you!

Say goodbye to the celebrities for awhile; our next giveaway tackles less glamorous–but equally mysterious and fascinating–subjects.

T-shirts, cars, paper, and crayons…we see and use them on a daily basis, but how much to we really know about them? Where do they come from? How are they made? The answers can be surprising–and you’ll find them in Start to Finish: Everyday Products, another six-title series from Lerner Publications. Each book focuses on a commonplace object, taking readers through every step of its production process…whether it’s shearing sheep or digging up iron ore.

To enter to win the six-book set of Start to Finish: Everyday Products, please leave a comment below or Tweet the following line: “Free Book Friday! RT to win the new START TO FINISH series from @Lernerbooks!”

The winner of the Start to Finish: Everyday Products series will be announced during Free Book Friday on January 4. Make sure to check the blog to see if you’ve won!

Good luck, and have a happy new year!

13 thoughts on “Free Book Friday Finale (for 2012)!

  1. Anonymous

    There are many TV documentaries that explain this type of process, but I have never seen any books like this. Thank you for these great books. My daughter will love them. She is interested in things like this, and is always trying to figure out something.


  2. D. Keller

    I would love this series for my classroom. With the new Common Core standards there is a huge push for informational text (non-fiction) and these would be a great addition and would help students with the standard. Thank you for the opportunity!

  3. Anonymous

    We are in our non-fiction writing unit now, so these will be great mentor texts for the kids. Thanks for the opportunity!

  4. Anonymous

    I love these kind of books for the classroom. Thanks for the chance to win them.


  5. Laura Markson

    This series would particularly appeal to our students. We are a special needs school and non fiction books are often
    the most popular for our students.

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