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Enter Our Book Giveaway: Win a Copy of ‘Car Record Breakers’ from Carlton Kids!

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We’re all fascinated with the unique, strange, and extreme. World record documenters like Guinness and Ripley’s Believe It Or Not have become famous due to our interest in the unbelievable.

When it comes to cars, these awesome vehicles have their own fascinating world records, many of which are collected in the book Car Record Breakers: Car Record Breakers: Fastest! Biggest! Most Extravagant!. Don’t miss out on your chance to get a copy of this book to share with your family!

Have young readers who love cool cars & world records?
We’re giving away a copy of Car Record Breakers!

One random giveaway entrant will receive Car Record Breakers from The News Wheel and Carlton Kids Publishing. To enter, simply follow the directions below. The more methods you complete, the more entries you’ll have in the final drawing to win the book. You can also purchase a copy from the publisher’s website if you don’t win the giveaway.

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Car Record Breakers book giveaway details:

  • Prize: Car Record Breakers book (MSRP $14.95)Car Record Breakers book from Carlton Kids giveaway sidebar
  • Deadline: Closes on September 1, 2016
  • Restrictions: Open to legal United States residents 18 years of age or older
  • Winner: One randomly-drawn winner will be selected to receive a print copy of Car Record Breakers (slightly used due to product review). Said winner will be notified within a week of the giveaway concluding.

Here’s an excerpt of our detailed review of Car Record Breakers (read the rest here):

Car Record Breakers Carlton Kids book review shortestThis is the type of book that would be constantly being checked out by students at my old elementary school library. Kids love “extreme” things, and this book totally feeds into that appeal by providing something “cool” and informative (not just gross-out or bizarre records). The colorful backgrounds, oversize text, short snippets of facts, and detailed images will keep young readers engaged…


Although the publisher does recommend the book young readers between 8 and 12 years old (grades 3 to 7), the book is filled with plenty of trivia, stats, and insight that gearheads of any age will enjoy it.

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