Hi friends! We're super duper excited you're here!
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our gift to welcome you to Kids Club!Here is our free letter template, plus, you can use the special art tool that comes in our new Art Easel Packaging Box with every order!
To send by Snail mail:
1362 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. #6
Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
Make sure to include your contact info so I can write you back!
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I can't wait to read your mail!
Our favorite books about all things letters:
- Letters from Felix by Annette Langen: We found this treasure of a book at a thrift store and it is one of our favorites! It contains real letters with stamped envelopes and tells the story of Felix's disappearance and adventures around the world, paralleled with his friend's sadness. The ending is not to be missed. Join Felix on more adventures as he joins the circus, celebrates Christmas around the world, and even travels back in time.
- The Jolly Postman by Janet and Allen Ahlberg: This is one of my all time favorites from my own childhood! An unforgettable book and story illuminating the joy of mail from a long time ago. Open the book and it's many letters to reveal fairy tale and Mama Goose characters corresponding to each other and discover what they all have to say.
- Snail Mail by Samantha Berger: A beautiful tribute to the good old days, when "snail mail" was exciting and an adventure in wonder. This book also highlights America, its many national monuments and celebrates the magic of the handwritten letter.
- The Post Office Book: Mail and How it Moves by Gail Gibbons: We are huge fans of Gail Gibbons and we love how her books easily answer our so many questions about the world. In this gem of a book children learn exactly how and what happens to our mail and how it arrives to its destination.
Ideas to set up your very own mail center:
I love this easy mail center set up at home:
Easy Mail Pretend Play for Preschoolers:
Are your kids hooked and want to do good by mail?: