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FAQ’s

Are your authors available as speakers?2018-08-22T22:41:40-05:00

Yes, our authors love to speak. Send us your request and we will work with the author’s schedule to try to accommodate your request.

Can I return a damaged item for a full refund?2018-08-22T22:41:14-05:00

If an item is damaged in shipping, it is known to happen, we will ship you a new item. If you don’t want the item please call us.

Can I return an item?2018-08-22T22:40:31-05:00

You may return most new, unopened items within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. You may return an item if it was damaged in shipment. For other issues, please contact us.

How much does it cost for shipping multiple books?2018-08-22T22:40:02-05:00

That depends on the number of books and the weight. The USPS, as well as the other shippers have weight limits, but we can get you an amount and let you know.

Can I get next day shipping?2018-08-22T22:39:12-05:00

You can but the rate will be higher. And that rate depends on the shipper either USPS, FedEx or UPS.

How long does it take to ship a book to me?2018-08-22T22:38:41-05:00

We ship on Monday and Friday by 3:00 pm. Orders received after that time will be shipped the next shipping day. They are shipped via United States Postal Service (USPS). When you place an order, we will estimate shipping and delivery dates for you based on the availability of your items and the shipping options you choose. Depending on the shipping provider you choose, shipping date estimates may appear on the shipping quotes page.

Please also note that the shipping rates for many items we sell are weight-based.

What does it cost to ship a book to me?2018-08-22T22:37:39-05:00

A single title cost about $3.00.

How did Little Mouse Press begin?2018-08-14T01:27:25-05:00

My sister in law Denise had a mouse jump on her back at the time the book A mouse in the White was being developed. When illustrator Lisa Michaels drew the mouse, Martin the Mouse was born. In my imagination, I could see Martin on Denise’s back. I could also see an office full of Martins scurrying around, carrying books, and answering phones. That was when Little Mouse Press was born.