Mail’s Here!

For a child, receiving something in the mail is the best. It’s a surprise. It’s a keepsake. It’s a connection to someone else in the world, personalized and received in the spirit of love.

Take a child on a magical storytelling journey with Mail’s Here, where letters come alive with stories full of imagination and splendor, suspense and discovery. From your mailbox to the mailbox of a special child in your life, Mail’s Here letters are so engaging and fun, your child will want to share them, read them over and over again and excitedly anticipate their arrival with these two words: Mail’s Here!

  • Hanukkah-MailsHereChanukah Story ©

    As the holiday draws  near the children have lots of ideas about the holiday celebration.  A late purchase of less than perfect candles brings a special surprise to the familly.

  • The Dinosaur ©

    Brothers Leo and Archer visit Dinosaur National Park and stash a dinosaur egg in Leo’s backpack on their way out. When the egg hatches in their bedroom closet and Leo and Archer come face to face with a baby Stegosaurus, they can’t believe their luck. But just how long can they keep a hungry and growing dinosaur hidden in their bedroom?
    Suggested age range: 5 to 10 years of age
  • The Train Station ©

    Your child’s imagination will run wild when in a dark and empty train station one night, your child begins to fear there is a werewolf lurking outside just as his new friend Walter is suddenly nowhere to be found.
    Suggested age range: 6 to 10 years of age
  • The Little Cloud ©

    Sweet, delicate and one-of-a-kind, Little Cloud is lost and desperate to find her grandmother. She asks the sun and moon and other delightful friends living in the sky to help her find her way home.
    Suggested age range: 4 to 9 years of age
  • Noah's Ark ©

    Have you ever wondered how Noah managed to convince the giraffes, elephants, monkeys and all of God’s animals to get on the ark before the flooding rains began? I have. This is what I like to think might have happened.
    Suggested age range: 4 to 8 years of age
  • Princess in the Mirror ©

    Sophie is a story about friendship and courage. Journey with Princess Sophie as she leaps through her bedroom mirror one night to help a little mouse find his way back home to an enchanting castle full of beauty, but where a bully named Cat also roams the hallways.
    Suggested age range: 4 to 9 years of age
  • The Triplets Go To Camp ©

    Triplets, Ella, Lola, and Kyla are off to a summer sleep away camp for the first time.  While there a series of thefts occur.  It is up to the triplets to solve the crime and find the culprit.
    Suggested age range: 6 to 10 years of age
  • Hamlet and Maggie Go To Puppy Camp

    Hamlet and Maggie Go to Puppy School ©

    Hamlet, a Great Dane puppy, is the biggest dog in his puppy class. Although he and his owner try hard to do all the training exercises, disaster seems to be what Hamlet does best.
    Suggested age range: 6 to 10 years of age
  • Hamlet and Maggie Go To Puppy CampThe Tooth Fairy Takes a Vacation ©

    The Tooth Fairy finally gets a chance to go on a vacation and asks a friend to take over her duties. Her friend Frieda is very excited about being a Tooth Fairy helper but fails to share a secret with the Tooth Fairy that causes big problems. The humorous mishaps must be corrected upon the Tooth Fairy's return. A great adventure story for someone with a loose tooth or someone who has already lost a tooth.
    Suggested age range: 6 to 10 years of age
  • Time TravelerThe Time Traveler ©

    A boy time travels back to the time of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. Before returning home he faces the dilemma of a jousting tournament, several mishaps with the knights, and finally a life saving experience with Lady Guenevere.
    Suggested age range: 8 to 12 years of age