What’s not to love about ARCs? The acronym is enough to get any book or librarian type excited:

Advance = I’m getting to read something that most people have never seen.

Reader = Yes, I am an enjoyer of the printed word.

Copy = I get a copy. Alright.

Inspired by the wonderful children’s lit blog A Fuse #8 Production (and the spirit of holiday mirth), I’m going to offer up some advance reader copies of recently released books. Here are the titles up for grabs:

“Heaven Looks A Lot Like the Mall” By Wendy Mass. ARC. Reviewed by Becky’s Book Reviews.

“Knife Edge” By Malorie Blackman (The Sequel to Black and White). ARC.

(The ARC has a different cover)

“Butterfingers” By J.M. Trewellard. ARC.

If you’re interested in procuring one of these for your very own, send an email to scopenotes@gmail.com. Be sure to include the title of most interest to you. If you send that email by midnight of December 23rd, you’re eligible. I’ll throw all the names into a hat and draw three winners. Good tidings!