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Princeton University Press giving away a copy of “Calculus Lifesaver”

I just received this email from my publicity contact at Princeton University Press and thought it worth passing on.

This week, Princeton University Press is giving away a copy of Adrian Banner’s Calculus Lifesaver to one of our facebook fans or twitter followers. I thought you might want to share news of this with your readers, friends, colleagues, and/or students. The Calculus Lifesaver (and the wonderful videos of Banner’s lectures, links below) has helped thousands of college students ace calculus. The best way I’ve heard this book described is that it is not a book about “how to do calculus,” rather it is a book about “how to do calculus well.”

Here’s the giveaway announcement: This week's book giveaway is for all the back-to-school students who have calculus this term or for those of you who can't get enough of calculus: "The Calculus Lifesaver: All the Tools You Need to Excel at Calculus" by Adrian Banner. All of our Facebook followers are automatically entered to win.

I hope you will help me spread the word about this great book giveaway and if you are not already a fan of ours on facebook, please visit our page and click Like. We have a weekly book giveaway – they aren’t all math books, but given our history of publishing good math books, it’s bound to crop up from time to time.

Calculus Lifesaver web site: Here
MAA Reviews: Here
Facebook page: Here

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  1. back to school nothing, this is back to REAL life for me!

    Seriously, I am back to math having not appreciated it in high school, and now, I am TEACHING it, in middle school no less. What’s even more amazing is I actually LIKE it~! Go figure huh?

    So I can use all the help I can get and your book looks like it is tailor made for me.

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