Posts Tagged: Letters for Kids
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....more
We’re sending our next Letter for Kids from Jenn Bishop! Jenn writes to us all about her many pets—meet and see pictures of Brownie the rabbit, gerbils Ralphy and Flash, and cats Suki and Lilly.
Subscribe by January 13 to make sure this letter reaches your favorite young reader and animal-lover!...more
And don’t forget that a Letters for Kids subscription makes a perfect stocking-stuffer or last-minute gift for young readers in your life!...more
This month we have a Letter in the Mail for our adult program that was so awesome we wanted to send it to Letters for Kids subscribers, too! It’s from writer and illustrator Allyson Hoffman. Allyson shares with us the people she’s grateful for, the things that make her happy, and the places that she loves, using words and very special drawings....more
We’re sending our next Letter for Kids from John Green! John writes to us about how his love of drawing comics as a kid led to his working at Disney and continuing to create his own comics as an adult. He’s spends pretty much every waking moment on comics, and he LOVES it!...more
We’re sending our next Letter for Kids from Kristen Kittscher! Kristen writes about all the strange and exciting magic around us every day!
Subscribe by September 29 to receive her letter. And, don’t miss our special fall promotion! Purchase a one-year subscription to Letters for Kids by September 30 and you’ll receive a hardcover copy of Coyote Moon signed by author Maria Gianferrari!...more
Chicago libraries have an ambitious plan to give away more than a million children’s books this summer in an effort to combat intellectual regression that occurs in summer months when children aren’t in school. Every branch of the Chicago library is giving away books to children who sign up for the program....more