Happy Thesaurus Day, bookworms! (This week’s random fact: Wordsmith Peter Mark Roget was born on January 18, 1779.) We’re delighted/thrilled/tickled to announce that Deirdre Franzen is the winner of Shaking the Foundation: Charles Darwin and the Theory of Evolution from Twenty-First Century Books. Send your mailing address to email@example.com and we’ll get your books in the mail for you!
Next week’s giveaway is a fascinating/intriguing new series from Lerner Publications: Lightning Bolt Books ™ — How Flight Works. True to their name, these six books unlock the secrets of flight–from the features of space vehicles to the tricks of hang gliding–and provide a fun/entertaining introduction to the fields of physics and engineering while they’re at it. The question-and-answer format encourages independent reading while also engaging readers in important aspects of the science curriculum.
To win all six of the How Flight Works books, leave a comment below or Tweet this line: “Free Book Friday! RT to win HOW FLIGHT WORKS from @Lernerbooks! http://bit.ly/1OrSN.”
The winner of How Flight Works will be announced during Free Book Friday on January 25. Make sure to check the blog to see if you’ve won! We wish you the best of luck/fortune.
7 thoughts on “Free/Gratis/Complimentary Book Friday! (And Thesaurus Day.)”
Oh, wow. What awesome books. My kids would love these so much. Thank you.
These books would be so helpful for our students as we begin to introduce them to physics and engineering. It is sometimes so hard to provide that link to capture student's interest in a subject, and I think these books would fill that gap. Thanks for such a great series.
I would love to add these to my school library.
United Christian Academy
Thanks for the chance to win these great books.
These look like a fun way to learn about physics and engineering!
My kids really really want these books.
My airplane-and-space-obssessed kids would love these books. Thanks for the opportunity to enter. Kirsten Larson
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