Posts Tagged: Letters for Kids

Letters for Kids Signed Book Giveaway

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We’re doing another Letters for Kids giveaway! Win a copy of My Secret Guide to Paris, signed by the author Lisa Schroeder! Plus a signed bookmark! (Lisa also wrote our next Letter for Kids.) All you have to do for a chance to win is head over to our Letters for Kids Facebook page by April 17th and leave a comment telling us why you think it’s important for children to read.

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Letters for Kids Signed Book Giveaway

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We’re doing another Letters for Kids giveaway! Win a signed copy of Frans Vischer’s Fuddles, with a special hand-drawn illustration just for you! (Frans also wrote our next Letter for Kids.) All you have to do for a chance to win is head over to our Letters for Kids Facebook page by March 29th and leave a comment on this post tagging a friend who you think would love getting our letters in the mail.

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Next Letter for Kids: Frans Vischer

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We’re sending our next Letter for Kids from Frans Vischer! Frans writes to us about how he overcame his childhood shyness and learned the art of animation, eventually working for The Walt Disney Company. He’s worked on films such as The Princess and the Frog and Who Framed Roger Rabbit. And he also writes books about his enormous, lovable cat Fuddles.

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Letters for Kids Signed Book Giveaway

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We’re doing another Letters for Kids giveaway!

Win a signed copy Nancy Loewen’s Writer’s Toolbox—it’s six books in one! (Nancy also wrote our next Letter for Kids.) All you have to do for a chance to win is head over to our Letters for Kids Facebook page by March 13th and leave a comment on this post telling us how you use your letters. Do you subscribe for your own children?

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Letters for Kids Signed Book Giveaway

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We’re doing another Letters for Kids giveaway!

This time, win a brand new, hardcover, autographed copy of Thank You, Octopus by Darren Farrell (who also wrote our next Letter for Kids)! All you have to do for a chance to win is head over to our Letters for Kids Facebook page before February 26th and enter a short comment on this post telling us what author you would most like to get a letter from.

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Letters from Notable Children’s Book Authors

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The Association for Library Service to Children has announced the 2015 Notable Children’s Book List, and it includes two authors who have written for Letters for Kids! Paul Durham, author of The Luck Uglies, sent his letter last June. Then Dana Alison Levy, author of the The Misadventures of the Family Fletcher, wrote a letter last July about the joy of finding something awesome in your mailbox, spring in New England, and the wonder of experiencing all four seasons.

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Letters for Kids Signed Book Giveaway

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We’re doing another Letters for Kids giveaway!

This time, win a brand new, hardcover, autographed copy of Moonpenny Island by Tricia Springstubb (who also wrote our 2/1 letter, about to be put in the mail)! All you have to do for a chance to win is head over to our Letters for Kids Facebook page before February 5th and enter a short comment on this post telling us where you first heard about Letters for Kids. The winner will be announced on the Letters for Kids Facebook page on February 6th.

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The Perfect Last-Minute Gift!

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Need the perfect last-minute holiday gift? We’ve got you covered.

Purchase a holiday gift subscription to Letters in the Mail or Letters for Kids for your favorite family members—it’s the gift that keeps on giving, all year long! Not to mention 6-monthand 12-month subscriptions to our incredible Book Club, and 6-month and 12-monthsubscriptions to the equally awesome Poetry Book Club!

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“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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