November 2016 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 November 2016 BookCase.Club box!
Everything was shipped in a white and blue box with the BookCase.Club logo on the lid.
A peek inside! — Once again, I chose the “Read to Me” Case which includes 4 hardcover children’s books.
There wasn’t a “true” info card, but they did include a Thanksgiving themed maze on a signed insert card.
Feet Go to Sleep by Barbara Bottner ($14.06, Amazon) – A great nighttime book that features a little girl named Fiona who isn’t quite ready for bed. Her mother suggests that she tell each part of her body, from her head to her toes, that it’s time to go to sleep. The colorful illustrations depict Fiona in her bed, along with flashback scenes of her at the beach… Eventually, after telling her whole body that bedtime has come, she finally falls asleep.
Badger’s Fancy Meal by Keiko Kasza ($15.75, Amazon) – Badger is sick of eating the same old apples, roots, and worms, so he decides to seek out a new “fancy” meal. He tries to catch a mole, a rat, and a rabbit, but they all manage to get away. Eventually, he ends up back in his den to find a note left by his near-prey, thanking him for their feast… They had eaten all of his “boring” apples, roots, and worms. Poor Badger!
I Can Do it Myself by Valorie Fisher ($16.21, Amazon) – This is a great book for preschool aged children who are learning how to do things independently. The author uses colorful illustrations and vintage-style dolls to demonstrate a variety of skills… Making your bed, getting dressed, tying your shoes, learning to identify patterns, and much more.
Soap, Soap, Soap by Elizabeth O. Dulemba ($16.95, Amazon) – A story about a little boy named Hugo whose mother sends him to the store to buy soap. On the way, he finds himself getting very distracted — and really muddy — and forgetting what he needs to buy. Eventually he returns home with the soap and his mother uses it on him. While the majority of the book is in English, there are also a good amount of Spanish words and phrases sprinkled throughout.
Another great shipment from BookCase.Club! The total retail (Amazon) value for all 4 books was just under $63! A crazy good value for a $9.99/month box. 😀 — Plus, you can save 15% on your first month with coupon code “Rosebuds15“!
What do the stars mean?
★ = Crummy ★★ = Just Okay ★★★ = Good ★★★★ = Awesome ★★★★★ = Extraordinarily Awesome