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Mouse Tales Literary Society: A Year-Long Book Subscription

$250.00 USD

A special gift that makes the excitement last all year long! Request a membership for the book-loving child in your life and they will be warmly welcomed into the Mouse Tales Literary Society! We have chosen our very favorites and offer them as different packages – just select the one that works best for the child you are gifting them to. (We are happy to accept custom lists, too!) We will also send you a full-color digital PDF file that you can easily print at home or e-mail to the recipient that gives details about what this little society is all about.

Each book will be sent out within the first week of each month via USPS Media Mail (usually takes 2-8 days to arrive). Unfortunately, due to the heavy weight of books and the cost of shipping, we are unable to offer this subscription to customers outside of the United States.

As with all of our books, 10% of the sale price will be used to fund the educational needs of children living in rural Nepal. Working directly with our makers there, we will be an active part of ensuring that all donated funds will go to improving their village school, including hiring of teachers, providing school supplies, and sponsoring children that would otherwise be financially unable to receive an education. We thank you for partnering with us in helping Nepal’s rising generation and look forward to sharing our society's offerings with your child over the next 12 months!



January: “Children of the North Lights” by Ingri and Edgar Parin d'Aulaire
February: “The Story of the Snow Children” by Sibylle von Olfers
March: “Birdsong” by Julie Flett
April: “The Dress and the Girl” by Camille Andros
May: “Butterfly Eyes and Other Secrets of the Meadow” by Joyce Sidman
June: “Flicka, Ricka, Dicka and the Strawberries” by Maj Lindman
July: “Backyard Fairies” by Phoebe Wahl
August: “A Fine Dessert” by Emily Jenkins
September: “The Girl and the Bicycle” by Mark Pett
October: “Miss Suzy” by Miriam Young
November: “Buffalo Girl: A Hidatsa Story” By S. D. Nelson
December: “The Snowy Nap” by Jan Brett


January: “Ola” by Ingri and Edgar Parin d'Aulaire
February: “The Boy and the Airplane” by Mark Pett
March: “Pelle’s New Suit” by Elsa Beskow
April: “The Rainbow Goblins” by Ul de Rico
May: “The Digger and the Flower” by Joseph Kuefler
June: “The Three Billy Goats Gruff” by Jerry Pinkney
July: “Pool” by JiHyeon Lee
August: “The Blue House” by Phoebe Wahl
September: “To Market to Market” by Nikki McClure
October: “Issun Boshi: The One-Inch Boy”
November: “Woody, Hazel and Little Pip” by Elsa Beskow
December: “Cozy” by Jan Brett


January: “Fox’s Garden” by Princesse CamCam
February: “King Mouse” by Cary Fagan
March: “The Wolf, the Duck and the Mouse” by Mac Barnett
April: “Make Way for Ducklings” by Robert McClosky
May: “How Does My Garden Grow” by Gerda Muller
June: “Maybe” by Kobi Yamada
July: “Blue Sky, White Stars” by Sarvinder Naberhaus
August: “Papa Gatto” by Ruth Sanderson
September: “You Matter" by Christian Robinson
October: “The Apple Pie that Papa Baked”
November: “Home” by Carson Ellis
December: “The Elves and the Shoemaker" by Jim LaMarche

FOR TODDLERS (AGES 0-3) ~ Please note, each one of the books in this package is a board book.

January: “The Mitten” by Jan Brett
February: “The Snowy Day” by Ezra Jack Keats
March: “Spring” by Gerda Muller
April: “Yum, Yummy, Yuck” by Cree and Amanda Jane Jones
May: “The Swing” by Robert Louis Stevenson
June: “Summer” by Gerda Muller
July: “Little You” by Richard Van Camp
August: “All the World” by Liz Garton Scanton
September: “Autumn” by Gerda Muller
October: “Good Dog, Carl” by Alexandra Day
November: “Whistle for Willie” by Ezra Jack Keats
December: “Winter” by Gerda Muller


January: “Leif the Lucky” by Ingri and Edgar Parin d'Aulaire
February: “John Henry” by Julius Lester
March: “Read This if You Want to Be Great at Drawing”
April: “A Year Around the Great Oak” by Gerda Muller
May: “The Lost Words” by Robert McFarlane
June: “Finding Winnie: The True Story of the World’s Most Famous Bear” by Lindsay Maltick
July: “If You Come to Earth” by Sophie Blackall
August: “The Animal Atlas: A Pictorial Guide the World's Wildlife”
September: “Rumpelstiltsken” by Paul O. Zelinsky
October: “The Enchanted Wood” by Ruth Sanderson
November: “This Is How We Do It: One Day in the Lives of Seven Children” by Matt Lamothe
December: “Children of the North Lights” by Ingri and Edgar Parin d'Aulaire