How do I cancel my subscription?
You can cancel at any time giving 28 days’ notice - please contact our Customer Service Team via telephone, post or email. If you contact the team by writing, please include your name and subscription reference.
Can I get the free subscription gifts without subscribing?
No, sorry, but if you’d like to subscribe you can do so via our 'subscribe' page. Please note that gifts are part of a special offer only available to people who start their subscription with issues 1, 2, 3 or 4.
How do I return an issue?
If you subscribe and decide for whatever reason not to keep a received issue, you must send it back unopened within 14 days following the receipt of your despatch to the following address:
My Little Library
D&D Mailing Services
16 Elonera Road
Please include your subscription number with your parcel. A parcel kept more than 14 days means acceptance and the invoice should be paid promptly.
How can I get back issues?
o You can order back issues by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org, calling our Customer Service Team on (02) 8378 7931. Alternatively, back issues can be ordered from your newsagent.
Why have I received the wrong issue/s?
We will replace all your issues with the correct copies. In order for us to arrange for a replacement, please contact our Customer Service Team via phone or email. If you email the team, please include your name and subscription reference in the subject line.
I cannot find copies in the shops – what do I do?
You can ask your newsagent to place a regular order for you so you can pick up your issues from them. If you need back copies you can ask your newsagent to order them for you or just contact our Customer Service Team. Don’t forget, if you become a subscriber, issues will be delivered to your door free of charge and you will receive some free superb subscription gifts!
What should I do if I receive a damaged issue?
We replace any damaged issue free of charge. Just send us back your damaged issue and contact our Customer Service Team. It might be also a good idea to mention the problem to Australia Post.