Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Scholastic $1 Sale

Just a quick post to let my readers know about a fabulous sale going on this memorial weekend.  This seriously is a sale too good to miss!

For a limited time, you can buy hundreds of Scholastic E-Books for only $1.  To see the books eligible for this sale, you can go here.

Fans of the Ultimate Alphabet Craft Collection, might be interested in some of their alphabet craft books.  For example, they have Learn the Alphabet Arts and Crafts available for download for only a buck!   (The regular book costs $18.87 on amazon right now!)  And many other Alphabet books available too.
Fans of literature based learning, might be interested in some of their "Teaching With..." books.  For example, their Teaching with Favorite Jan Brett Books is available as an E-Book for only a dollar.
They also have Teaching with Favorite Leo Lioni available for only a $1.

They also have a great MathART book available as a download for only $1.

I am not sure what I am going to get yet.  I am considering buying a handful to keep as resources on my computer.  How nice would it be to be able to print off some extra workbook pages when you need them?  (Like the ones from this Pre-Writing Practice Book?)  

Disclaimer: The Attached Mama received absolutely no compensation or gifts from Scholastic.  I am in no way affiliated with Scholastic or this sale whatsoever.  I just know a good sale when I see one! :) 

Thanks for reading!!


Michelle said...

Awesome!! Thanks for sharing!

Wonder Mom said...

I love your "disclaimer"- hilarious!

(Although, I think Scholastic should send a little love your way for such a great promo...) :0)

Mike K said...

This is a wonderful site you have. Wish I had been able to pass on the sale. I just started a site and would like to add you to it with your permission
I have put together a daily blog intended to be used as an additional study tool for you and your child. History, math, science, vocabulary, and geography are given every day many with a link to the document to study. I also have researched sources that I hope may be helpful to you as an aide for your child. The site is actually very child friendly in terms of use.
I ask you to visit it and see what it has to offer. The first post “The Furniture of the Human Mind” will explain the site and hopefully you will look around.
Thank You

The Amusing Redhead said...

Thank you for sharing this awesome resource!

The Kindle version for $2.99?? Woohoo!


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