The National Postal Museum is pleased to present an online Story Time with special guest author Cori Doerrfeld. Cori’s book “The Rabbit Listened,” which she both wrote and illustrated, delivers a simple but powerful message about how we can help others experiencing grief and loss. We can all be someone’s “rabbit,” as Cori relates in her story, and one of the best ways of doing so is to send a picture or note through the mail.
Show your gratitude for the mail and package carriers working hard to keep us connected with these downloadable coloring pages. Display your finished sign on your window, mailbox or door as a message of support and thanks.
In the early years of flight, it took imagination and perseverance to get airplanes in the air and to keep them flying. Put yourself into the role of an airmail pilot by reading these stories and completing these activities.
Just For Kids!
It’s easy to send a letter through the mail! Everyone likes receiving a thoughtful card or letter from friends and family. You can send your own letter by making sure to put the right information in the correct spots.
Postage stamps are beautiful pieces of miniature art that can be used in a variety of craft projects. Watch this short video to see just how easy it is to use canceled stamps to decoupage objects already in your home.
Making a personalized postcard is a quick craft that showcases your creativity. Using these easy step-by-step instructions you can write and design a one-of-a-kind piece of mail art for your loved ones to enjoy!