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Got a young Hiaasen fan on your hands, or looking to get into Carl’s excellent work for younger readers? The lovely folks at Random House Kids have set us up with 5 brand spanking new copies of Carl Hiaasen’s latest book for younger readers, Chomp (which, by the way, is out in paperback today!) and one copy of his 2010 bestseller, Scat. And we’re just gonna give ‘em away. 
Email us at aaknopf@randomhouse.com by noon tomorrow for a chance to win one of these beauties for yourself! 

Got a young Hiaasen fan on your hands, or looking to get into Carl’s excellent work for younger readers? The lovely folks at Random House Kids have set us up with 5 brand spanking new copies of Carl Hiaasen’s latest book for younger readers, Chomp (which, by the way, is out in paperback today!) and one copy of his 2010 bestseller, Scat. And we’re just gonna give ‘em away. 

Email us at aaknopf@randomhouse.com by noon tomorrow for a chance to win one of these beauties for yourself! 

SURPRISE BOOKS! 
We have three copies of Stephen Budiansky’s Blackett’s War and six copies of Duncan Wall’s The Ordinary Acrobat. They are all signed. They are all excellent. They are all worthy Friday Reads. By 6 PM today, they are all going to be given away for free. Email aaknopf@randomhouse.com for a shot at being one of the people who gets one of these books in the mail. 

SURPRISE BOOKS! 

We have three copies of Stephen Budiansky’s Blackett’s War and six copies of Duncan Wall’s The Ordinary Acrobat. They are all signed. They are all excellent. They are all worthy Friday Reads. By 6 PM today, they are all going to be given away for free. Email aaknopf@randomhouse.com for a shot at being one of the people who gets one of these books in the mail. 

Maeve Binchy was the patron saint of books capable of warming hearts. A Week In Winter is her final gift to her fans: a cast of characters you’ll never forget brought joyously together for a week in a seaside inn on the west coast of Ireland.
If you’re looking for a little warmth & comfort this Valentine’s Day week, check out A Week In Winter - and you can enter for a chance to win a free copy of the hardcover (along with a cashmere robe & slippers) on our Facebook page!
Enjoy!   

Maeve Binchy was the patron saint of books capable of warming hearts. A Week In Winter is her final gift to her fans: a cast of characters you’ll never forget brought joyously together for a week in a seaside inn on the west coast of Ireland.

If you’re looking for a little warmth & comfort this Valentine’s Day week, check out A Week In Winter - and you can enter for a chance to win a free copy of the hardcover (along with a cashmere robe & slippers) on our Facebook page!

Enjoy!   

Want to read this book? Request a copy on Goodreads, and you could win it!

Want to read this book? Request a copy on Goodreads, and you could win it!

Last day to enter!
“Take the sensibility of Hemingway. Or James Dickey. Place it in a world where a flu mutation has wiped out ninety-nine percent of the population. Add in a heartbroken man with a fishing rod, some guns, a small plane. Don’t forget the dog. Now imagine this man retains more hope than might be wise in such a battered and brutal time… . That’s what Peter Heller has given us in his beautifully written first novel.” —Scott Smith, author of A Simple Plan and The Ruins
Could you survive in Hig’s world? We’re making survival a little more bearable with The Dog Stars Survival Kit, which includes a Pendleton wool blanket, a classic Stanley thermos, a collection of Audubon field guides, and a copy of Peter Heller’s powerful new novel. Three runners-up will win an Audubon Field Guide of his or her choice. Click through to enter.

“Take the sensibility of Hemingway. Or James Dickey. Place it in a world where a flu mutation has wiped out ninety-nine percent of the population. Add in a heartbroken man with a fishing rod, some guns, a small plane. Don’t forget the dog. Now imagine this man retains more hope than might be wise in such a battered and brutal time… . That’s what Peter Heller has given us in his beautifully written first novel.”
—Scott Smith, author of A Simple Plan and The Ruins

Could you survive in Hig’s world? We’re making survival a little more bearable with The Dog Stars Survival Kit, which includes a Pendleton wool blanket, a classic Stanley thermos, a collection of Audubon field guides, and a copy of Peter Heller’s powerful new novel. Three runners-up will win an Audubon Field Guide of his or her choice. Click through to enter.

Knopf editor-in-chief Sonny Mehta on Dan Fesperman’s forthcoming novel, The Double Game. Interested? The Weekly Lizard is giving away some advance copies. Hurry—the contest closes in a few days.

Knopf editor-in-chief Sonny Mehta on Dan Fesperman’s forthcoming novel, The Double Game. Interested? The Weekly Lizard is giving away some advance copies. Hurry—the contest closes in a few days.

unabridgedbookstore:

This book is so amaze-balls. You want to enter this. Enter it. Or read it when it comes out. Either way we all win.
aaknopf:

Do you want a copy of one of the buzziest books at this year’s Book Expo America? We’re giving away five signed advance reader’s editions of Peter Heller’s The Dog Stars on his Facebook page.


"Amaze-balls" is right, and there are only 11 more hours to enter.

unabridgedbookstore:

This book is so amaze-balls. You want to enter this. Enter it. Or read it when it comes out. Either way we all win.

aaknopf:

Do you want a copy of one of the buzziest books at this year’s Book Expo America? We’re giving away five signed advance reader’s editions of Peter Heller’s The Dog Stars on his Facebook page.

"Amaze-balls" is right, and there are only 11 more hours to enter.

Do you want a copy of one of the buzziest books at this year’s Book Expo America? We’re giving away five signed advance reader’s editions of Peter Heller’s The Dog Stars on his Facebook page.

Do you want a copy of one of the buzziest books at this year’s Book Expo America? We’re giving away five signed advance reader’s editions of Peter Heller’s The Dog Stars on his Facebook page.