A New Year, a New Free Book Friday

It’s that time of the week again, and this Friday, ORION SCHOOL VIEW wins the six titles in our new Start to Finish: Everyday Products series from Lerner Publications. Please send your mailing address to publicityinfo@lernerbooks.com and we’ll get your books in the mail for you!

If you made a New Year’s resolution to seek out mind-expanding books for curious youngsters (much more fun than dieting!), you’ll love what we’re giving away next: Cloverleaf Books ™–Community Helpers, a new eight-title series from Millbrook Press.

What do a firefighter, a construction worker, and a librarian have in common? They all do important, helpful work in their communities–and they all make appearances in these easy-to-read books. Young readers are introduced to a variety of community helpers, learning what these people do, what skills and training they need, and how their work benefits others. 

To enter to win the eight-book set of Community Helpers, please leave a comment below or Tweet the following line: “Free Book Friday! RT to win the new COMMUNITY HELPERS series from @Lernerbooks! http://bit.ly/1OrSN.”

The winner of 
Community Helpers will be announced during Free Book Friday on January 11. Make sure to check the blog to see if you’ve won!

Good luck!

24 thoughts on “A New Year, a New Free Book Friday

  1. Tanya

    I have very little career resources to teach my mandatory “career awareness” guidance lessons each year. Winning this set would be fantastic and I would share them with the other 23 elementary school counselors in my district to make their message/use stretch even farther!

  2. Anonymous

    Your books are such high quality and interesting. These would be a great addition to our library.


  3. A Wright

    These would be a wonderful addition to my classroom library. Each year we do a 2 week theme on community helpers. I would love to be able to share these book with my class.


  4. Anonymous

    Orion is for students who have special needs and our program is experiential. These books would compliment the many community visitors we have visit our school throughout the year.

  5. Karen

    Our Kindergarten team is always looking for quality literature to read to their students when introducing and studying community helpers. These would make a terrific contribution to our library for both teachers and students to read. Thanks!

  6. Anonymous

    These would be great for my school counselor! She is:
    Michelle Galaviz
    Jefferson Elementary
    300 Mollica
    Gallup, NM 87301

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