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We've made it super easy for you to give a wonderful gift to a child with our Children's Book Club:

The Children's Book Club is designed for busy parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and friends who want to encourage the habit of reading in their special child.

Here's how it works:

Regularly, in a time frame you choose, we will select a book for the child, charge it to your credit card, and mail it directly via UPS.

Selections appropriate to age and interest will be made by one of our children's book specialists who will choose from recently published favorites. In addition, our staff will maintain an ongoing record of your child's growing Book Club library.

As a member of the Children's Book Club, you may elect to send either hardcover books at an average cost of $16.00, or paperbacks, which average $6.00 (plus tax when applicable).

You may also choose to send twelve selections per year (one a month), or six selections per year (every other month).  Duplications may be exchanged but, sorry, shipping charges are not refundable.
Number Ten Club memberships will apply.

Application forms for The Children's Book Club are available at The Book Stall, or just call - we will be happy to sign your child up today!

Dear Roberta,
My children have been in the (Book Stall's) Children's Book-of-the-Month Club for seven years.  They love it.  They look forward to it every month.  The selections could not be better.  As the children have become better readers, the books have continued to challenge them.  When people come to our home, they always comment on the great selection of books the kids have.

-- M.M.

The Book Stall's Children's Book Club
Children who belong to The Book Stall's Children's Book Club receive books in the mail every month or every other month, individually chosen by members of the Children's Department staff, based on a child's interests, reading habits, and enthusiasms.  Those who give children the gift of membership discuss the child's tastes and reading history with us either in person, on the phone, or via e-mail to  The books are wrapped and include a personal note reminding them from whom the book came.