Bookcase Club Subscription Box Review + Unboxing | April 2017

bookcase club subscription box review
Bookcase Club is a monthly book subscription box that sends an assortment of books based upon your preferred genre. Currently. they have the; sci-fi, thriller, young adult, romance, paranormal romance, children’s (what we’re reviewing today) and quarterly cookbook and military history boxes. Subscriptions are $9.99 + shipping
*product was received free for review / contains affiliate links

Check out the unboxy box video

Here’s the Box Breakdown
first look in the bookcase club subscription box
Our first glimpse inside the Bookcase Club Subscription Box
what's in the bookcase club box
Everything that we received in the Bookcase Club Children’s Box for April. Another great selection of books! When you subscribe to the children’s book box you’ll be able to select the age of your child as well as the gender to get a better more customized selection.

So what is all this stuff?

Our box insert is a coloring sheet!
The reverse has the social sharing handles and a Winnie the Pooh quote

The Hive Buzzbee the Magician
the hive buzzbee the magician
Oh my gosh! The kids love Buzzbee and we think he is kind of the cutest little bee ever!
This book follows along as Buzzbee tries to learn some magic tricks!
A fun book for kids of all ages (even our 9 year old enjoyed this one)
And seriously? Isn’t he the sweetest little thing!
The Boy and the Whale by Michael Moniz
the boy and the whale by michael muniz
These beautifully illustrated pages tell the tale of a lonely boy who makes a BIG friend!
Alone on an island he would often daydream
But once he makes friends with a whale, his world changes!
Froggy Gets a Doggy by Jonathan London
froggy gets a doggy by jonathan london
This cute story is perfect for your little guy. A fun tale of a first pet and the hard work and effort that goes into them!
The doggy that Froggy chooses to take home!
In his excitement to play with Doggy, Froggy forgets to do the high priority things like put on Doggy’s collar and fill her water bowl
And don’t forget to “Scoop the Poop”
Henry Hubble’s Book of Troubles by Andy Myer
henry hubble's book of troubles
Henry is always surrounded by some debacle until his journal makes him a sixth grade star. Great story perfect for your tween! 
A short chapter book that our 9 year old couldn’t put down. A little bit like Dork Diaries or Diary of a Wimpy Kid!

So in summary

We look for three things in a subscription box; quality, curation, and presentation. The Bookcase Club Subscription is a great way to expand your child’s library each month (or your own too). We love the selection and the fun books that we receive! The presentation is great, everything arrives perfectly. The quality is awesome – all but one of these books was hard cover and the illustrations are excellent. The curation is great – we received a fantastic group of books to help show you guys the variety that Bookcase Club has to offer

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