Of course, before you can take advantage of the free things told about in this paperback, you've got to spend $4.95 to find out about them.
But it looks worthwhile.
The descriptions are clear, and the process for getting the materials is conscientiously presented.
And a few items do require a dollar or two.
But mostly, what's available free are what public-information departments of trade associations and businesses want to get out to the public.
More often than not, the only expenditure is a postcard.