KidsBookCase.Club Review December 2017
KidsBookCase.Club is a monthly subscription service designed to help parents develop and grow their child’s library. Their goal is to share the joy of reading with the world. They believe in the importance of literature, and the magic of the written word. Stories help to expand our minds, expose us to new experiences, and show us that we’re not alone. They kindly sent us this box for review.
Wow…..I am loving the box description for KidsBookCase.Club. It’s making me even more excited for this box than I already was. I love the idea of a book subscription for kids. I absolutely LOVED to read when I was young, it truly brought me joy, so I can only imagine how fun it would be for a child to receive books in the mail every 30 days. It’s so true that stories help to expand our minds, expose us to new experiences, and show us that we’re not alone. That really is the best way to describe books.
This is our first time reviewing KidsBookCase.Club so let’s go over the details…..
Step 1: Choose an Age Range
Select your child’s age range, our expert curators will handpick the perfect books to ignite your child’s imagination.
Step 2: Choose a Term
We offer month to month subscriptions, plus 3. 6. and 12 month plans. All of our plans can be paused if you need to catch up on your reading.
Step 3: Open, Read, Share!
All of our BookCases ship on the 1st of the month. So sit back, relax, and enjoy our amazing selections. Be sure to share the experience with us on Social Media! #BCCUnboxing.
Here’s a closer look at the books we received in our December box……
A Bear’s Year by Kathy Duval & Gerry Turley
In this gorgeous, lyrical celebration about the passing of seasons, readers will follow a mother bear and her cubs through the course of a year.
Deep in her den under a snowflake blanket, Mama snuggles her newborn babies. When spring arrives, the bears awaken and emerge from their lair, and as the weather warms to summer, Mama teaches her young ones to fish, gather berries, and dig for roots. Then, in fall, the leaves turn gold, food grows scarce, and the family prepares for hibernation and the coming winter.
With spare, accessible text and charming illustrations, here is a sweet, gentle introduction to how bears experience the changing seasons, perfect for the youngest readers and listeners.
Awe, what a cute book! The illustrations are absolutely gorgeous and I love the limited text.
I Can Do It Myself by Valorie Fisher
Can you tie your shoe? Write your letters and numbers? Make your bed? Or set the table? Can you do it by yourself? Children and parents alike will rejoice as 4- to 6-year-olds achieve these important childhood milestones (and many more) with the help of this engaging and fun picture book.
Award-winning author-illustrator Valorie Fisher uses bright, gorgeous photos to illustrate these topics in a completely fresh way. Parents will love this stylish and funny approach to common childhood tasks, while kids will revel in the joy of independence.
I don’t love the illustrations in this one, but I do like the idea behind the book. This one is for my nephew who is only 18 months but I read some reviews and it appears as though parents are reading this to children as young as 2 years old.
You’re Doing That in the Talent Show by Lynn Plourde
When Penelope sees the poster announcing the upcoming school talent show, she can’t wait to plan a spectacular act with her best friend, Tiny. Penelope has big ideas: Should they dance the ballet or the hula? Should they perform a scene from a play or be trapeze artists? “Oh, yes, yes!” But “Oh, no, no!” Tiny would rather just sing in the chorus. Finally, by supporting each other, the friends find the perfect way to be part of the show–and bring down the house.
Oh my goodness, this is the cutest book ever!!! I would have loved this book when I was a child. I started doing talent shows in Grade 1 and I did them almost every year until I graduated. This book has cute illustrations and an adorable story. It’s my favourite of the three.
KidsBookCase.Club Review December 2017 – Final Thoughts
What a wonderful little subscription box. My first KidsBookCase.Club was a hit. When I have children this is the kind of subscription I would be inclined to get for them. As I mentioned above, I absolutely loved to read when I was a child. I still remember some of the books I had in my collection. I could spend hours in the library and I looked forward to the annual book fair. KidsBookCase.Club is perfect for children who love to read and it is reasonably priced. Your child will receive 3 new books every month for only $9.99! That’s equivalent to two Starbucks each month. I would definitely skip my Starbucks to get my child a subscription to this box. Oh, and they have subscriptions options for all ages, whether it be newborn, pre-teen, or anything in between. I’m already looking forward to our next box.