The Jolly Postman and Other People’s Letters: Kids Book Review

The Jolly Postman Book Review (1)

When I share books that I love in my IG feedit’s always a parent favourite, so today I’m introducing you to The Jolly Postman book. I particularly love books that have a snail mail theme to compliment Petit Mail.

Book Review: The Jolly Postman And Other People’s Letters

I love this interactive children’s book – filled with envelopes that can be opened, letters, postcards, birthday cards and more.  Follow the postman as he makes his way through the world of children’s fairy tales, making mail deliveries – and you can read the mail!

Watch My Full Book Review Of The Jolly Postman

Isn’t this so much fun?
If you’re interested, you can find the book here*

The Jolly Postman and Other People's Letters Children's Book Review

Do You Love Snail Mail As Much As We Do?

Petit Mail is a fun way to introduce a new generation to the joy of snail mail.  Each story postcard is packaged, stamped and addressed by hand.

Every month, your Petit Mail story postcard arrives in your mailbox in a bright, colourful envelope, addressed with your child’s first name.

Seeing their name in print is so wonderful, because when a child finds something just for them in the mailbox, it’s magical!

Read along with four diverse characters Olivia, Audrey, Milo and Oliver. Read your story card and use the monthly adventure as inspiration for family time activities.  Spark your child’s imagination and encourage creative play. Oliver is putting on a puppet show?  You can too!

Try your first story postcard for just $10 (postage included) – it’s a great way to share HAPPY snail mail!

Join The Preschool and Kindergarten Reading Club

Love reading with your preschooler or Kindergartener?

I regularly share book suggestions, reading ideas and more in my preschool kids reading club group on Facebook.  I also share freebies and other fun content and  I’d love to have you join us there.

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