Posts Tagged: Letters for Kids

“Becoming pen pals with an author! How cool is that?”

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Our most recent Letter for Kids comes from Holly Schindler, and over at her website, Schindler shares her thoughts on the program:

Does anything in this world feel quite as special or personal as an actual physical letter arriving in the mail?  I’m a big fan of the handwritten, of stationery and funky pens.  Of Christmas cards and thank-you notes that require a stamp instead of an “@” to arrive at the intended destination.

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Give the Last-Minute Gift of Rumpus

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Ran out of gift ideas? Forgot to put someone on your list? It’s not too late to give the gift of Rumpus! Our online store has plenty of awesome subscriptions you can give instantly, with the click of a mouse.

Choose from subscriptions to Letters in the Mail, Letters for Kids, the Rumpus Book Club, the Rumpus Poetry Book Club, and the Weekly Rumpus.

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Next Letter for Kids: Leslie Margolis

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Woohoo! The next Letter for Kids, going out Friday, June 14, is from Leslie Margolis!

Leslie writes books for teens and tweens, including the Annabelle Unleashed series and the brand-new Maggie Brooklyn Mysteries series. The Young Adult Library Services Association put her novel Fix on the “Popular Paperback” reading list and her novel Boys Are Dogs on the “Amazing Audiobook” reading list.

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The Next Letter for Kids: Irene Latham

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Exciting news: The next Letter for Kids, going out this Thursday, is from Irene Latham!

Poetry editor of the Birmingham Arts Journal, Irene has written two novels for kids: Leaving Gee’s Bend and Don’t Feed the BoyDear Wandering Wildebeest, forthcoming in 2014, is her third collection of poetry—but her first collection of poetry for young readers.

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