Hi friends, I've got one last day of giveaways for you. These books from Klutz are maybe a bit more about "doing" than "making," but I think that kids would still have lots of fun with these! I'll choose three winners, so mention your top choice in your entry. Super Simple Sewing is designed to get young kids (ages 4 and up) sewing. The projects are cute and easy, the tools are easy to work with, and it'd be a great introduction for a wee sewing enthusiast. Build & Launch Foam Rockets wins the prize for most self-explanatory title ever, I think. Kids age 4 and up can follow the simple instructions for assembling the rockets and then launch them sky-high (hopefully not at each other!). I can think of half-a-dozen little boys (and more than a few big ones, in this very office) who'd get a kick out of this. How to Draw Funny is a great how-to-cartoon resource for kids ages 8 and up. It comes with a pencil, eraser, three markers, and a speech bubble template, plus plenty of paper to practise drawing on. Again, click on any of the linked titles, above, to get a peek inside the books. Enter to win by leaving a comment on this post telling me what's the best thing you ever taught yourself to do with the help of a book. Cooking? Embroidery? Plumbing? You've got until 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, March 7 to enter; I'll post a winner here on Monday, March 8, and hopefully you'll have it in your hands by the time March Break begins. And remember! There's still time to enter for the first four days of prizes ( Day One, Day Two, Day Three, Day Four). Good luck!