Bookcase Club Subscription Box Review + Unboxing | May 2017

bookcase club kids subscription box review
Bookcase Club is a monthly book subscription box that sends you a variety of books based upon your preferred genre. They have an extensive variety including; sci-fi, thriller, romance, paranormal romance. young adult and children’s (what we’re reviewing today). Additionally, they also have a quarterly cookbook and military history subscription. Boxes are $9.99 monthly + shipping
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Check out the unboxy box video

Here’s the Box Breakdown
first look in the bookcase club kids box
Our first glimpse inside the Bookcase Club Kids Box for May
what is in the bookcase club box
Everything that we received in the May Bookcase Club for Kids. Such cute books – love it!

So what is all this stuff?

Olga the Cloud by Nicoletta Costa
olga the cloud by nicoletta costa
Poor little Olga the Cloud can’t find a place that will allow her to rain on it. But then she finds a special home where all the other clouds are too!
This cute story with simple but fun illustrations makes a great before bed tale
This is our probably our favorite story of the bunch!
Pest in Show by Victoria Jamieson
pest in show victoria jamieson
This book is a hoot. It follows a brother and sister ladybug and fly who simply can’t get along. They sing songs and the grand finale is hilarious! A fun and interactive book for children and caregivers
Fly and Ladybug arguing
Ladybug singing her little heart out!
Grasshopper & the Ants by Jerry Pinkney
grasshopper & the ants
This companion book to the Lion and the Mouse and the Tortoise and the Hare is a  classic retelling with gorgeously illustrated and captivating illustrations
What we love most about stories like this is the overall message and lessons that they teach.
We can’t help feeling bad for poor grasshopper!
The House that’s Your Home by Sally Lloyd Jones and Jane Dyer
the house that's your home sally lloyd jones
This melodic story follows a young girl through life and all the joys in her world as she makes it her own. The pictures are done in a whimsical watercolor – great to read to young children
We love the message of this book and all the self actualization. A great children’s library staple
Such sweet images as well!

So in summary

We look for three things in a subscription box; quality, curation, and presentation. The Bookcase Club Box is a great way to expand yours or your child’s library without breaking the bank. We love the selection and the presentation is always excellent. The quality is phenomenal, each are full sized and hard bound books with great images. And curation is super. The stories are captivating and fun and perfect for young minds!

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