BookCase.Club is a monthly book delivery service that sends handpicked book selections to your home. When you subscribe, you select one of 8 collections of books: Blind Date Case (2 paranormal romance novels), Strange Worlds Case (2 sci-fi/fantasy novels), Teenage Dreams Case (2 young adult novels), Thrill Seeker Case (2 mystery/thriller novels), Read to Me Case (4 children’s picture books), or Booking for Love Case (2 romance novels). They also offer quarterly military history and cookbook subscriptions.
I selected the Read to Me Case. Bookcase Club also offers a Kids version with specific age ranges, all the way up to pre-teen.
This month’s package arrived well-packed with pieces of paper providing extra support during transport. As always, we were so excited to see what was inside!
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Every month, Bookcase.Club includes activities for children in their Read to Me Case.
Everything in my March 2017 box!
This box is excellent if you have a multi-age family like mine.
This entry in the very popular I Can Read series about about Marley – yes, that Marley of “Marley & Me” fame!
This book was perfect for reading with my kindergartener!
Quiet at last. Not a peep. Three little robots are… BEEP! BEEP!
When his three rambunctious robots give every possible excuse not to go to sleep, what’s a little boy to do? With a fun refrain that will have readers of all ages chanting along, here’s a book that kids will be begging to read every night before bed.
Hansel & Gretel by Holly Hobbie ($6.50)
A colorful fun entry for a retelling of this classic book. Even though the story is so creepy, kids can’t get enough of the edible house.
This inventive picture book relays the events of two hundred years from the unique perspective of a magnificent oak tree, showing how much the world can transform from a single vantage point. From 1775 to the present day, this fascinating framing device lets readers watch as human and animal populations shift and the landscape transitions from country to city. Methods of transportation, communication and energy use progress rapidly while other things hardly seem to change at all.
I thought this was a really cool story, and my older kids (6 and 8) were just completely fascinated by it.
The passage of time is a terribly difficult thing for little ones to grasp, and I liked talking with them about old timey things because they were so fascinated.
The book came with an activity fold-out sheet too.
This is a wonderful subscription for bringing a really great variety of multi-age childrens books into your home every month without fail! It’s $15 with the shipping – you just cannot beat it.