June 21, 2017

Summer Super Sale: Free Print Book with Every Ebook Purchase!

Summer is a terrific time to relax and read without the pressure of planning lessons, prepping for school, and grading papers. Fiction is fun, but after you've been on break for a few weeks, you might be ready for something more substantial. You might even be ready to think about new strategies you want to try next fall. If so, one of the three books on the right may provide the motivation and inspiration you need to kick off a terrific year!

Power Reading Workshop, Graphic Organizers for Reading, and Mastering Math Facts: Multiplication and Division are three of my most popular books for teachers, and all three are available in both print and digital format.

Digital books are awesome because you can download them right away and start reading within minutes. Also, when you buy them on TpT, they're always in your account so there's no danger of misplacing them!

But there's nothing like reading the print version of a book if you want to highlight important passages, make notes in the margins, and fill it with sticky notes to mark pages to reread later. Print versions of teacher books are especially helpful if they include lesson plans and teaching strategies that you may want to refer to during an activity.

Which book format do you prefer? If you can't decide, you'll love this special offer from my publisher, Brigantine Media. From now through July 14th, you can receive a free print copy of any (or all) of my books published by Brigantine Media when you purchase the digital versions from my TpT store!

All three books pictured above and the bundles that include them are eligible for this offer. Click the Published Ebooks link in the custom category sidebar of my TpT store to find them quickly, or click the cover images at the bottom of this post. You can preview each of the books before purchasing to decide whether a single book purchase or a bundle would be your best option.

Normally you would have to pay shipping when purchasing a print book, but the publishers are sweetening this deal by offering FREE SHIPPING, too! Special terms and conditions do apply, so be sure to read all of the details of this offer before making a purchase. Because there's no charge for shipping, this offer is only available in the U.S. Also, neither the publisher nor I have access to your contact information, so you'll need to follow the steps outlined below to request your free print copies before the offer ends on Friday, July 14th.

How to Request Your Free Print Book(s) 
  1. Purchase the digital version of one of the eligible books or bundles below from Laura Candler's TpT store no later than July 14, 2017. 
  2. Forward your email receipt from TpT to the publisher within 48 hours. Email it to neil@raphel.com.
  3. Fill out this Summer Super Sale Google Doc form ASAP to provide us with your mailing address and contact information. 
You'll receive an email confirmation within 24 hours of filling out the form and sending your receipt. You'll be able to access the digital versions of the books from your TpT account, and the print copies will be sent to you via media mail and will arrive in 7 to 10 days.

Sounds Too Good to Be True!
From time to time in the past, Brigantine Media offered a free digital copy with each print book, so you might be wondering if you misread this offer. Nope! This time they are offering a free PRINT book with a digital purchase which is even better, and amounts to a 30% discount when you factor in the normal cost of shipping! I know it sounds too good to be true, but the reason they're offering this special deal is actually pretty simple. With today's print-on-demand technologies, they no longer need to keep hundreds of physical books on hand, stockpiled in a warehouse. So they're taking steps to get those books out of the warehouse and into the hands of teachers as quickly as possible. This is good news for you, but it also means you need to act on this offer now if you're interested. When those books are gone and the warehouse is empty, you won't see a deal like this again!

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