September 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 September 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 children’s books.
Where Bear? by Sophy Henn ($7.99 Amazon, $16.99 Retail)
“Where Bear?” tells the story of a little boy who lives with his bear friend. One day he realizes that the bear has grown too big to continue living in his house, so they both go out in search of a new home for bear. They consider a toy store, circus, jungle, and various other locations until they finally settle upon the arctic. The book is nicely illustrated and has repetitive text that makes it appealing to little ones.
Vincent and the Night by Adele Enersen ($13.46 Amazon, $16.99 Retail)
Baby Vincent isn’t ready for bed, so he uses the night sky as his paintbrush to draw up a series of distractions to keep him busy. He creates a pirate ship, a clothesline, an elephant, and more… until he finally gives in to the call of sleep.
I’m Not Tired Yet! by Marianne Richmond ($10.22 Amazon, $16.99 Retail)
Another tale about a little boy who doesn’t want to go to sleep, this story features 6-year-old Ralphie and his very patient mom. Ralphie keeps coming up with excuse after excuse as to why he can’t go to bed, with his mother responding with playful “enormous ape hugs”, “polar bear cuddles”, and “goldfish kisses”. Eventually, his excuses run out and Ralphie finally falls asleep. I don’t think this story would actually help kids get to bed any faster, but it was a cute read nonetheless.
Young Cam Jansen and the Knock, Knock Mystery by David A. Adler ($4.70 Amazon, $14.99 Retail)
Aimed at Level 3 readers (6-8 year olds), this short chapter book looks to solve the mystery of the knocking noise that’s keeping Cam’s grandparents awake at night. Cam is gifted with a photographic memory, which she uses to piece together the source of the knocking. A short, engaging book for 1st-3rd graders.
We really enjoyed September’s BookCase.Club selections. Our favorites were “Where Bear?” and “I’m Not Tired Yet”. — Using Amazon prices, the total value this month was over $36. 🙂 — Remember, if you’d like to sign up you can save 15% on your first month with coupon code “Rosebuds15“!
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