April 2017 BookCase.Club review time!
If you haven’t heard, BookCase.Club is a monthly subscription box that sends you a selection of handpicked books in the genre of your choice. There are currently 8 different genres to choose from including Mystery/Thriller, Romance, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Cookbooks, and Children’s. Each box will consist of two carefully handpicked titles, with the exception of the Children’s subscription which includes four books. The Cookbook and Military History genres are sent quarterly, while the rest are shipped on a monthly basis.
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.
Subscriptions are just $9.99/month (plus $5 shipping), or less with multi-month commitments. — For a limited time, you can save 15% on your first month with coupon code “Rosebuds15“!
Let’s see what’s in my April 2017 BookCase.Club box!
Everything was shipped in a white and blue box with the BookCase.Club logo on top.
A peek inside! As always, I chose the “Read to Me” Case which includes 4 hardcover children’s books.
An Easter themed coloring sheet was included for kiddos to color and share on Facebook for a chance to win a free month of books.
Froggy Gets a Doggy by Jonathan London ($10.88, Amazon)
Froggy wants a pet, but despite his mom urging him to get a baby alligator, or perhaps some mice, he insists on adopting a doggy. When he brings doggy home, Froggy soon realizes just how hard it is to train a pet and deal with things like the dreaded pooper scooper. Of course, it all works out in the end and everyone is happy with their new pet.
The Hive Buzzbee the Magician ($5.95, Amazon)
Based on the animated series, The Hive, this book follows Buzzbee as he dabbles in magic. He has fun showing off his tricks until Rubee disappears — and he thinks one of his tricks is to blame. Uh oh!
The Boy and the Whale by Michael Moniz ($16.42, Amazon)
Beautiful watercolor illustrations help tell the story of a boy, who while out fishing, rescues a whale that has been caught in a net. A few days later, the boy is pulled into the water by a sailfish and the whale hears his cries and carries the boy safely to shore. Aww.
Henry Hubble’s Book of Troubles by Andy Myer ($11.12, Amazon)
This final book is geared towards older kids and is designed to be read as a journal written by 6th grader, Henry Hubble. Henry diligently records his daily adventures in words and drawings in a way that appeals to the target age group (9-12 year olds). Yes, potty humor is included. 😉
Another nice collection of children’s books from BookCase.Club! My favorites this month were “Froggy Gets a Doggy” and “The Boy and the Whale”. Using Amazon prices, the total value this month was roughly $44! 😀 — Remember, if you’d like to sign up you can save 15% on your first month with coupon code “Rosebuds15“!