Letters Blog

Next Letter in the Mail: Summer Pierre

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We’re getting ready to send out our next Letter in the Mail, and it’s from Summer Pierre! Summer sends us a beautifully illustrated letter about leaving her family to take a solo road trip to visit a friend. She shares the she has thoughts along the way, as well as her memories of road trips from her youth.

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Next Letter in the Mail: Joshua Levy

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We’re getting ready to send out our next Letter in the Mail, and it’s from Joshua Levy! Joshua writes to us from the backyard of the mansion which he rents a part of. He tells us about its owner, the appearing and disappearing dogs, and the people coming and going—including one special person with whom he’s moving to Portugal.

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Next Letter in the Mail: Matthew Salesses

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We’re getting ready to send out our next Letter in the Mail, and it’s from author Matthew Salesses! Matthew writes to us about equality, possibilities, and missing Linsanity.

And we’re offering a special Let’s Get Cozy promotion—purchase or extend a yearly LITM subscription anytime during the month of September, and you’ll receive an autographed copy of Matthew Salesses’s The Hundred-Year Flood, just released 9/1 from Little A/Amazon Publishing!

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Let’s Get Cozy: A Letters in the Mail Special Promotion

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The cool weather is approaching and The Rumpus wants to help you curl up with a good book! Purchase a yearly Letters in the Mail subscription anytime during the month of September, and you’ll receive an autographed copy of Matthew Salesses’s The Hundred-Year Flood, just released 9/1 from Little A/Amazon Publishing!

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Letters for Kids Signed Book Giveaway

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We’re doing another Letters for Kids giveaway! Win a hardcover edition of Mom, There’s a Dinosaur in Beeson’s Lake from the Secrets of a Lab Rat series, signed by illustrator Jim Paillot! (Jim also writes our next letter.)

In the book, Scab has to overcome his fear of the deep end to pass a swimming test so he can go back to Beeson’s lake to find proof of the dinosaur.

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