Kids BookCase Club December 2017 Subscription Box Review

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BookCase.Club now has a subscription for children of all ages – the Kids BookCase Club! Starting at $9.99 each month, you’ll get monthly shipment of handpicked books that you and your kids will surely love. Each BCCKids case comes with three handpicked children’s books, chosen to ignite the imagination and inspire creativity.

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!

Everything in the December 2017 box!     

Three Little Words By Amy Novesky ($5.88)

Inspired by Pixar Animation Studios latest film, Finding Dory, this jacketed picture book features everyone’s favorite forgetful fish and is complemented by stunning original artwork.

Just like most hard bound books, the inside flap has the synopsis in it.

The book is really beautiful with all the glossy and colorful illustrated pages. The large text made it easier for the kids to read.

The book is inspired by the film Finding Dory. It is very uplifting, encouraging and motivational. Just keep swimming!

The book gives a wonderful message for readers of all ages as it reminds everyone to never give up on their dreams.

The Case Of The Incapacitated Capitals By Robin Pulver ($16.16)

The capital letters in Mr. Wright’s classroom require immediate medical attention! They are suffering from severe neglect. Mr. Wright’s students have completely forgotten about them―and about Teacher Appreciation Day. Luckily an EMS team is on the way for this grammar emergency in the latest addition to Robin Pulver and Lynn Rowe Reed’s language arts library.

Filled with bold, bright illustrations, this book is a fun and unforgettable introduction to capital letters.

Here’s a fun synopsis, printed on the book’s inside flaps.

The book is an introduction to upper and lower case letters.

The glossy pages feature colorful illustrations to go with the story.

The stories are interesting and informative. However, the narrative is a scattered dialogue, and the words are all over the page that it can be a bit difficult for the kids to read aloud.

Moshi Monsters Roary Eyes His Cards By Megan Bell ($3.99)

Based on the popular Moshi Monsters brand, this new book includes three exclusive original stories, card games, and collectible playing cards.

This book includes three exclusive stories about the monsters, moshling pets, and villains of Moshi Monsters. Also included are collectible playing cards, fun card games, and tricky card tricks. Plus, there is a secret code that will allow users of the Moshi Monster website a free download of “Rox,” which can be collected on the site.

Those illustrations are cute. Not all monsters are scary!

The pages are colorful and the illustrations are nicely drawn too.

The book contains three brand new stories about monsters, moshlings, and villains.

It also includes fun collectible cards!

They can be used to play cards with friends, learn card tricks and more! There’s an envelope in the back for storage, too.

It’s another interesting book selection from Kids BookCase Club! As always, they featured books that combine fun and learning at the same time. My kids love everything in the box and they look forward to reading them before bedtime. This subscription is a great way of discovering books that will help develop the kids’ comprehension and reading skills. It’s so useful to parents and kids who love bonding by reading, just like us!

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  • Daniella

    Great content in this month’s box. I will stay another month as a subscriber!