Alex Rider book giveaway: Crocodile Tears

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Alex Rider book giveaway: Crocodile Tears

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The Alex Rider Dream Gadget Contest launches TODAY! We’re giving away two copies of the newest Alex Rider book, Crocodile Tears, by Anthony Horowitz! The book comes out today as well, so win one here before others have a chance to scoop them up in stores. Just leave a comment in this post and tell us why you or your kid(s) needs one of these books. That’s all you need to do to enter! Please make sure you include your email address in the comment form field (it won’t be published). All eligible comments will be closed by Noon PST on Sunday, November 22nd. Good luck!

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26 thoughts on “Alex Rider book giveaway: Crocodile Tears

  1. Tim says:

    Any book that is devoid of vampires that sparkle is okay by my son and he’d be more than happy to read it!

  2. Mark says:

    My son has a hard time reading. Any book that can capture his imagination for gadgets and adventure has a much better chance of keeping him in the pages. This series looks excellent for him and I’d love a chance to try it out on him.

    Thanks MAKE for introducing this series to me.

  3. Cementtruck says:

    My 10 year old son is a voracious reader. I just bought him the first 3 Alex Rider books this morning as Christmas stocking stuffers. This would be a great addition to the collection.

  4. TonyHsieh says:

    My 9-year old son and I have enjoyed reading the whole Alex Rider series together and it (along with other books from different genres) seeds our every-other-day story-writing exercise.

  5. stnoonan says:

    My son used to only read as a condition to earning time on his video games. When he picked up this series of books, he began to read for enjoyment in earnest. Every morning he now starts his day with a novel and those gaming systems are used less and less each week. He’s gone through 3 or 4 of the AR books already (Stormbreaker is his favorite) and is looking forward to reading more someday. We typically have to wait until the books hit his school library to get to check them out however, as times have been tough for us, like so many others. It would be fantastic if he got to keep one for himself. Thanks for the consideration!

  6. Ross Spence says:

    I don’t really like reading, but one day I went into my school library and found an Alex Rider book (Point Blanc). I thought I’d give it a try and ever since then I’ve loved Alex Rider books. I’ve got the whole series except this one! I would love to have it!

  7. Renee G says:

    My son would love this. He reads all of this series as soon as they come out.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com

  8. Darcy B says:

    Yes please! My girls read way beyond their age group–but my son just can’t get interested –maybe this will do the trick.
    kakihararocks@gmail.com

  9. Kelly Ann T. says:

    I know Brock would enjoy this book, please enter me in the giveaway.

  10. LDH says:

    I am a girl of 22 years with two brothers of 18 and 12 — we all love Alex Rider. Whichever it was of us that first picked up Stormbreaker, devoured it gleefully and then ran to share it with the others. We may have many years between us and widely varied interests, but we all sit down to read (or fight over) the latest book. Since I am a very poor student this year, being able to give this book to my brothers for Christmas would be wonderful!

  11. Eric T says:

    I’m a 16 year old boy. I read all the previous books and this is by far my favorite series, and im stoked for the movie coming out. I’ve been looking for a good book to read, haven’t read anything lately. Thought the series was over but now that I know its done, YEAH BOY! Haha please pick me for the giveaway.

    1. Eric T says:

      Had the dates wrong, put this in way after it was over.

  12. C.L.U. . says:

    I love Alex Rider and I would love to have this book in my collection. Please pick me I have no money to buy the book (I’m a kid) E-mail-jamestkirk98@gmail.com

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Becky Stern is a Content Creator at Autodesk/Instructables, and part time faculty at New York’s School of Visual Arts Products of Design grad program. Making and sharing are her two biggest passions, and she's created hundreds of free online DIY tutorials and videos, mostly about technology and its intersection with crafts. Find her @bekathwia on YouTube/Twitter/Instagram.

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