This winter has been a busy one! This is what we’ve been up to.Read More
Here at Shout Mouse, we see Black History Month as an opportunity to look at the past and think about how and why history matters for the present and the future.Read More
On Wednesday, April 27th, Shout Mouse Press was thrilled to announce an exciting new partnership with two local literary justice organizations: Free Minds Book Club and Writing Workshop and PEN/Faulkner Writers-in-Schools.Read More
Our authors write for the same reasons all authors write: to express themselves, to explore and imagine, and ultimately, to connect to others through their words on the page. Writing and reading helps us all feel less alone.
So we were gratified and thrilled by a reaction we got recently from a reader who needs that connection and community right now very much. Through our partners at Free Minds Book Club, we’ve sent several Shout Mouse books to young people who are incarcerated, which is how L, a twenty-year-old from Baltimore, got to read Trinitoga. After reading, she wrote to the Trinitoga authors, saying that she related to their book, and she hoped they would keep writing. She talked about the importance of writing in her own life:Read More