Kids' Letters to President Obama
Thank you to everyone who sent in a letter for Kids' Letters to President Obama.
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The book is done!  We are no longer accepting letters.

Would you like to see your letter to President Barack Obama published in a book? 
If you are between the ages of 5 and 15, you can write a letter to President Obama that will be published in a book by Random House.
The book is Kids’ Letters to President Obama, edited by Bill Adler and Bill Adler, Jr..
  • Your letter can be about what you would like President Obama to fix.
  • Your letter can ask President Obama questions.
  • Your letter can tell the President what he should know about where you live and what’s important to your family members and people in your town or city.
  • Your letter can talk about your feelings about Barack Obama.
  • Your letter can talk about what you think America should be like in 8 years.
  • Your letter can be about whatever you want!
Remember, you are writing your letter to President Barack Obama, so start with “Dear President Obama”. This is an exciting opportunity to voice your thoughts to the 44th President of the United States. Letters can be between a few sentences and a page long.
Bill Adler is the author of Kids’ Letters to President Kennedy and numerous other books.  Bill Adler, Jr. has written over 20 books including Baby-English:  A Dictionary for Interpreting the Secret Language of Infants, Outwitting Toddlers, and How to Negotiate Like a Child.  
Please send your letter to:
(alternative email address if you don't get a reply from us:

or mail or fax it to:
Bill Adler
Adler & Robin Books, Inc.
3000 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20008

Sending a high-quality scan of the letter is okay, too.  The deadline for letters (emailed or postmarked by) is January 10, 2009.  

If you are under the age of 13, your parent or guardian must submit the letter for you; if you are 13 or older, you may send in the letter yourself.
Include your full name (if you are 13 or over) or your child's full name (if you are under 13), and age with your letter.  Letters may be edited for clarity, spelling, grammar, and length.  Parents will need to sign a release, which will be emailed to you.   

If your letter is used, you will receive a copy of Kids' Letters to President Obama.  

NEWS: Some of the contributors may be invited to appear on television to read their letters. If you might be interested in that, parents, feel free to send us a video clip of your child reading his or her letter to President Obama. Video clips can be emailed, or you can use an online file sharing service such as . There's no deadline for sending in your video, but sooner is better. (We will not use your video without specific, written permission.)

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