A Good Day for a Free Book Friday

It is a truth universally acknowledged that nothing–not even Valentine’s Day–sweetens up the week like a free book. D. Keller, send your mailing address to publicityinfo@lernerbooks.com, and your copy of Cookie, the Walker will start heading your way!

We now take a break from the warm and fuzzy to bring you ShockZone™—Deadly and Dangerous, a brand-new six-book series from Lerner Publications. You may think the name says it all, but that’s only because you can’t yet imagine the insane surprises revealed in these edge-of-your seat titles for middle-grade readers. The featured topics range from the classic (danger zones: dangerous, you think?) to the jaw-dropping-ly unexpected (adorable animals?…can kill you?…gasp!!!). Young thrill-seekers will get just the right dose of peril and suspense (and *cough* educational content *cough*) from the safety of their couches or desks. 

If you’re brave enough to take the plunge and would like to win the complete six-title set (valued at nearly $120, in case anyone’s curious), leave a comment below or Tweet this line: Free Book Friday! RT to win “Deadly and Dangerous” series from @LernerBooks. bit.ly/1OrSN

Revisit the blog during Free Book Friday on February 21 to see if you’ve won! Good luck, daredevils.

15 thoughts on “A Good Day for a Free Book Friday

  1. Anonymous

    What a great resource to get reluctant middle school readers interested in books. Awesome

    United Christian Academy school

  2. Anonymous

    The middle school reader in our library would love these books!:) They would be checked out all the time.
    Willmar Public Library

  3. Terri Ryan

    This would be wonderful for the library at our small school. We don't have much in this genre. Thank you for a chance to win!

    Skyline R-2 Library/ Media Specialist

  4. Laura Markson

    Our middle school students @ the Orion School who have social and emotional conditions including Asperger's and ADHD are fascinated by “exciting” and unusual facts. They would be falling over each other to read the books in this series!

  5. Anonymous

    My kids would absolutely love these books. They have just started getting really interested in reading about different areas. Thank you.

    Jade Horn

  6. Anonymous

    I love to have adventures with my kids. It would be great to be able to read about exciting times too.


  7. Anonymous

    It's hard to find good books for students this age. I'd love to add these to our library.


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