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David McCullough was one of the greatest popular historians of our age. The author of over a dozen books, he won the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award, and was a recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom. The Washington Post called him “one of our most gifted living writers” before his August 2022 death at the age of 89.
It’s safe to say that nonfiction readers all over the nation and beyond recommend diving into McCullough’s rich body of work. We’re hosting an exciting book giveaway with Simon & Schuster at this very moment. For a limited time, you have the chance to win a boxed set of three classic McCullough books focused on American history: the building of the Brooklyn Bridge, the construction of the Panama Canal, and the invention of flight. Enter our giveaway today for your chance to be one of three winners!
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About the Prize
David McCullough: Great Achievements in American History
From “one of our most gifted living writers” (The Washington Post), three great stories of American accomplishment—the building of the Brooklyn Bridge, the construction of the Panama Canal, and the invention of flight—all collected in one volume.
This boxed set includes the following three volumes:
The Great Bridge
The dramatic and enthralling story of the building of the Brooklyn Bridge, the world’s longest suspension bridge at the time, a tale of greed, corruption, and obstruction but also of optimism, heroism, and determination.
The Path Between the Seas
The National Book Award–winning epic chronicle of the creation of the Panama Canal, a first-rate drama of the bold and brilliant engineering feat that was filled with both tragedy and triumph.
The Wright Brothers
The #1 New York Times bestseller—the dramatic story-behind-the-story about the courageous brothers who taught the world how to fly—Wilbur and Orville Wright.
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Note: The sweepstakes is open to all legal residents of the 50 United States and Washington, DC who are 18 years of age and older by October 7th, 2022.