Posts Tagged: Letters for Kids

The Rumpus 2017 Holiday Gift Guide

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We’ve gathered up our favorite gifting ideas this holiday season and put them together into one handy list!

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Next Letter for Kids: Cecil Castellucci

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We’re sending our next Letter for Kids from our fearless Children’s Correspondence Editor Cecil Castelluci! Our last letter came from illustrator Jose Pimienta, who worked with Cecil on her latest graphic novel, Soupy Leaves Home. Now, hear from the author herself! Cecil sends a letter of hobo symbols and wants to know what symbols you can create, […]

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Next Letter for Kids: Jose Pimienta

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We’re sending our next Letter for Kids from illustrator Jose Pimienta! Jose writes to us about the day he left Georgia, picked up a good friend in Kentucky, and headed west to pursue an art career in California. This awesome letter about their trek and the lives they’ve built since arriving in West Burbank is filled with wonderful illustrations, too! […]

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Next Letter for Kids: Jim Paillot

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We’re sending our next Letter for Kids from illustrator Jim Paillot! Jim tells us all about adventures in books and movies he loves, and his real life adventures, too! To make sure this letter reaches your favorite young reader, subscribe by July 13! And through July 6, purchase a yearly Letters for Kids subscription and we’ll send you your own hardcover copy […]

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Next Letter for Kids: Cecil Castellucci’s Annual Summer Reading List

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Our fearless Children’s Correspondence Coordinator, author and editor Cecil Castellucci, sends her annual fearless summer reading list, along with a list of questions for you! Please respond with your answers so Cecil can continue to bring you great letters in the mail! To make sure this letter reaches your favorite young reader, subscribe by June 29! And through July 6, […]

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Next Letter for Kids: Elise Gravel

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We’re sending our next Letter for Kids from Elise Gravel! Elise writes to us about one of her favorite things about her home city of Montreal—the alleyways! They are full of cats, and kids playing, and parents chatting! It’s like a garden party that lasts all summer! To make sure this letter reaches your favorite young reader, subscribe […]

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Next Letter for Kids: Rachele Alpine

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We’re sending our next Letter for Kids from Rachele Alpine! Rachele writes to us about her love of baseball, books, and especially hockey! And the importance of being yourself because there’s only one YOU! To make sure this letter reaches your favorite young reader, subscribe by June 1! And through May 25, purchase a yearly Letters for Kids subscription and […]

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Next Letter for Kids: Jason Fry

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We’re sending our next Letter for Kids from Jason Fry! Jason writes to us about his weird hobby of making baseball cards for the Mets players that don’t have official baseball cards. To make sure this letter reaches your favorite young reader, subscribe by May 12! And through May 25, purchase a yearly Letters for Kids subscription and we’ll […]

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Next Letter for Kids: Michael Hearst (Plus, a Giveaway!)

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Released today, Michael Hearst’s Curious Constructions will bring you face-to-face with fifty incredible structures, including: a fire-breathing octopus sculpture; the skateboard ramp you’d need to jump the Great Wall of China; a whole community of tree houses in Costa Rica; and a lifesize X-Wing Starfighter built of Legos. These and many more fascinating accounts of constructions both fantastically useful […]

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Next Letter for Kids: Anna Humphrey

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We’re sending our next Letter for Kids from Anna Humphrey! Anna sends us a picture of her in disguise and wants to play the game “Two Truths and a Lie” with you so get your pencils and pens ready to write back! To make sure this letter reaches your favorite young reader, subscribe by April 14! For more information […]

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Next Letter for Kids: Eric Luper

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We’re sending our next Letter for Kids from Eric Luper! Eric describes the time he escaped hungry crocodiles, and all the adventure that ensued. To make sure this letter reaches your favorite young reader, subscribe by March 31! For more information on Letters for Kids, click here. Letters for Kids is now on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest, so visit us […]

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