Science e-Book Giveaway

This Friday I will be hosting the STEM Friday children’s book meme once again (STEM Friday gathers posts about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math children’s books together in one place).

To celebrate, let’s have another giveaway this week.


Are the mid-fall blahs setting in and you wish you had some more science hands-on activities to do with your children? Science writer Gabrielle Hunter has an offer that may give you and your children the boost you need. She is willing to give away a copy of her ebook Amazing Science Discovery:  Making Science Fun and Easy to Learn for Your Kids this week.

The book is actually a collection of five ebooks, organized by grade level. Each ebook discusses why science is important, gives hints for motivating children of different ages, and then suggests age-specific projects that will help clarify certain science concepts.

  • Science and your First Grader
  • Science and Your Second Grader
  • Science and Your Third Grader
  • Science and Your Fourth Grader
  • Science and Your Fifth Grader

Check Gabrielle’s websites, Amazing Science Discovery and Easy Science Fun, for more information and to get a better idea what she has to offer.

Edit: Thanks to everyone who participated. The contest is now closed.

If you would be interested in entering the contest for a chance to win a free copy of Gabrielle’s ebook, please leave a comment on this post with a valid e-mail address so I can contact you if you win. You will need to leave a comment before the deadline, which is Friday, November 30, 2012 at 5:00 p.m. EST. The winner will be selected at random.

The easiest way to leave a comment is to click on the title of the post to send it to a separate page and then scroll to the bottom.

Please let me know if you have any questions.


  1. Mrs. Paulson

    Science is my favorite subject to teach so I am always looking for new resources. This would be great!

  2. Roberta

    I’m glad you like science. Note: I removed your e-mail address, but have it saved.

  3. EmmaNadine

    I love science, and am hoping to pass that love on to my little guy.

  4. Roberta

    Glad to hear it!

  5. Karen

    This might be something that would be good for my daughter in homeschooling my granddaughter!

  6. Katriona

    We always need more hands on activities!

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