Introducing The 39 Clues: Rapid Fire eBook Series

I’ve written before about how my kids are all fans of The 39 Clues middle-reader book series. Full of adventure, mystery, and the use of historical people and places in each story, The 39 Clues books are definitely great fun.

New for this Christmas, readers can return to the world of The 39 Clues with an exciting eBook series, The 39 Clues: Rapid Fire.

About the series:

Seven days, seven stories—one explosive secret.

Celebrate the holiday season with The 39 Clues. Beginning on December 25, a different top secret eBook short story will be released daily, leading up to an explosive finale on December 31. Codes hidden in each of the seven stories combine to unlock an exclusive card and medal on

“The 39 Clues: Rapid Fire” stand-alone adventure stories will be available for sale at online retailers for $0.99 each.

The 39 Clues: Rapid Fire eBook Series

I know my kids will be eager to follow this new eBook series, not only because they love The 39 Clues, but also because they are always looking for something to keep them busy them during the long winter break. The December 25 launch of The 39 Clues: Rapid Fire comes at the perfect time!

*Disclosure: I received my own 39 Clues: Paperback Boxed Set 1-10. No other compensation was received. All opinions expressed are honest and my own.

*Original post included giveaway of books 1-10



  1. Heather Nelson says:

    We like to make goodies and do fun crafts. Ms A recently discovered her first chapter book series, so we might see if we can get some reading in between crafting and baking.

  2. Amy says:

    My kids like to play games and read (and fight)!  I love breaks (except for the fighting) from school so that we can all be together!!

  3. Raejean Roberts says:

    This giveaway is right up our alley!  My kids are huge readers, so they will be reading quite a bit over the Christmas break.  They will also watch movies, play video games, roller blade and play outside.  I just need to figure out how to get them to squeeze in their chores!

  4. Lauren says:

    No kids yet, but I always liked reading for fun to be honest…sleeping in a bit, and watching some movies. visiting friends, etc.

  5. Tabathia B says:

    My daughter just checked out nancy drew shadow at the waters edge and plans on reading that and playing video games
    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

  6. Anonymous says:

    My son likes to watch tv and play video games on break!  I also make him play family board games and help around the house.  Thanks for the chance, justicecw at hotmail dot com

  7. Savannah B says:

    We spend our breaks being as lazy as possible! Family movie time, early morning cartoons snuggled in my bed, and lots and lots and LOTS of book reading. My 7-yo got a Kindle Touch for Christmas, and he’d love to read this new series!

  8. Heather Orr says:

    Over Christmas break my kids spend their time arguing and making the house a truly messy place! 😉 We would love a set of books.

  9. Danielle M says:

    My daughter loves to play outside and build snowmen.  This year we haven’t gotten much snow so she has been staying inside and building robots. 

  10. Kasey K says:

    I have 3 teenage daughters who love to read, on their christmas list this year were books 🙂
    I would love to win

  11. Jennifer Cook says:

    My kids like to spend free time on winter break playing games (usually whatever new board games they got for Christmas).

  12. Katfam says:

    We’ll be pretty busy this week.  My kids have some gift cards to spend, so they want to go shopping.  They also want to go ice skating, have a few play dates, and go swimming at the pool.

  13. Julie K. says:

    They like to spend time with the fun things they got for Christmas.  We usually hit the movies this week and sleep late.  Thanks.

  14. jefferie says:

    no grandkids for me, but we have a group of motel kids we do donations for at church. I am sure some of the children would love this as a gift.

  15. Pauline Mendes says:

    Today, the day after christmas, it’s video game day but we will usually catch up on movies and visit fun spots in the city!

  16. Leslie S. says:

    My kids are home schooled so no real winter break,but each has different ways of passing their free oldest reads anything and everything.The two middle children will read only if it is a subject they really like but spend most of their time outside playing.The youngest has been spending his time “reading” his picture books.He is only 4 but wants to read badly.Thanks!

  17. Sweepmom says:

    My kids spend their free time various ways, sometimes it is on video games, sometimes it is outside (especially if it snows).  They also have friends over and play games.

  18. Roxann says:

    My son likes to do all different things during winter break. Read, play video games, watch movies with us and we all love to play board games. usually he likes to play in the snow but there hasn’t been any snow here yet.

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