Until next year . . . MUFiversary, Part 4

Our month-long 7th MUFiversary celebration is now drawing to a close, but naturally, we can’t let that moment pass without giving away another load of free middle-grade books. So . . . here’s the scoop for our grand finale:

Two weeks ago, Jefferson Elementary in Mount Vernon, Washington, won a dozen new middle-grade books for its library. (Hooray for librarian Monica Hodges who entered her school in the drawing!) Now, with a final batch of books, MUF is offering one more school-focused giveaway. A selection of new releases and Advanced Readers’ Copies (ARCs)* awaits another lucky school.

*Major shout-out to Simon & Schuster and Candlewick Press for sending us copies of so many great books we can feature on MUF and use in giveaways!Free middle-grade books

So how do you help a school win these books?

>First, leave a comment on this post, nominating an elementary school or middle school to receive a batch of new middle-grade books for its library. Tell us the NAME OF THE SCHOOL and the CITY AND STATE where it’s located. By leaving a comment with this information, you’ve automatically given the school a chance to win.

>Then you can earn extra entries for the school by sharing about our giveaway on Facebook, Twitter, etc. You can further improve the school’s odds of winning by having other parents, teachers, and friends nominate the same school.

>The giveaway closes at midnight (ET) on Tuesday, July 4th. On Wednesday, July 5th, 2017, we’ll randomly select the winning school and ship an assortment of middle-grade books to add to the school’s library!

NOTE: Due to shipping costs, this week’s giveaway is only open to elementary schools and middle schools in the United States.

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  1. Regis Middle School
    Cedar Rapids, Iowa

  2. Students at Winthrop Middle School in Winthrop, MA would love these books!

  3. Students and teachers at Biddeford Intermediate School, in Biddeford, Maine, would love these new books! Thanks for the chance!

  4. Mast landing school in Freeport would love to share these books with students!

  5. Country Elementary in Pinckney, MI would love to add these to our library!!!

  6. The students at Falmouth Elementary School in Falmouth, Maine are always excited to get new books to read.

  7. West Birdville Elementary School
    Haltom City, TX
    Would love these books!