Kids BookCase Club March 2018 Subscription Box Review + Coupon!

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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.

You can customize the subscription depending on your child’s gender and age range. Available age categories are newborn to 2 years old, 2 to 4 years old, 5 to 6 years old, 7-8 years old, and pre-teen. This is the review of the box curated for 7-8 year old kids.

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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Everything in the March 2018 box!

Cork & Fuzz Wait A Minute By Dori Chaconas ($1.91)

Cork is a short muskrat who knows how to wait, and Fuzz is a tall possum who doesn’t like to wait for anything. When a round, yellow object floats through the sky, both Cork and Fuzz chase after it. Is it the sun? Is it an egg? Wait a minute—did it just pop? In the ninth book in this series, Dori Chaconas and Lisa McCue once again create a funny, charming, easy-to-read story about the adventures of two best friends who go together perfectly—differences and all.

A short synopsis is written on the flap of the cover page.

The illustrations and text big enough to catch the kids’ attention. This one is perfect for my 7 year old kid!

The writer/author categorize their readers in 4 different levels, and this book is in 3rd level which is for Transitional Readers!

Days Of The Knights By Robert Neubecker ($15.99)

Let Red the Time Dragon take you on an action-packed adventure through history in this new series for beginning readers.

“I’m Red the Time Dragon! I will be your guide to the Middle Ages! But we have to be careful. Dragons aren’t exactly popular here.”

So begins Joe and Lilly’s first magical adventure back in time. They have tons of questions about everything, so Red shows them what life was really like in the year 1200. But they’ll have to stay one step ahead of an angry mob, wild beasts, and an evil knight who are hot on the dragon’s trail. And when the trip is done, the only question left is where they will go next!

This easy reader features special extras like maps, time lines, glossaries, and super facts that take you beyond the story and bring history to life!

There’s a synopsis on the flap, as well as a list of extras you can look forward to, including maps, time lines, and glossaries.

The pages are glossy and there are full-paged illustrations!

The back cover features Red, the time traveler dragon, carrying Joe and Lilly. They look like they’re onto a great adventure, particularly in the year 1200 to show what life really was back then. My 7 year old slurped this book right up – he loves anything with dragons!

The Quilt Maker’s Journey By Jeff Brumbeau And Gail De Marcken ($15.84)

Jeff Brumbeau’s prequel to the best-selling THE QUILTMAKER’S GIFT, illustrated with Gail de Marcken’s rich, sumptuously detailed paintings, will be embraced by new and old fans of the Quiltmaker.

Escaping from the protective walls of wealth and privilege, a young girl discovers the harsh world outside, where some people don’t have as much as others. When she realizes that she has the power to help them, the young girl finds a strength and peace she never knew before. Making the loveliest quilts in all the land, the young girl decides to give them away.

Just like most hard bound books, the inside flap will give you a short synopsis of the story.

The watercolor illustrations are impressive! The inside of the book jacket is a puzzle poster that features two different worlds that exist in the story line. The blue part is the walled wealthy place where the young girl grew, while the yellow part is the “outside world” which is the complete opposite.

The book also features various quilt patterns and various kinds of birds that the girl encountered in the story.

This part of the story is about the time when she was living in the middle of the forest and she has nothing with her, but the forest animals provided her with the things she needed to live. There are so many lessons in this book about generosity and sense of community.

The story relies heavily on the illustrations. The text is quite small, but it’s still a fun read for the kids.

This book is definitely one of our favorites from this subscription!

We received three books this month, and my kids loved each of them. As always, the selection is impressive because of the age-appropriate stories, plus the lessons they impart. These are great either for reading on their own or a little bedtime story bonding.

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  • Kathy Stone

    What age range is this box? Trying to pick a box for a secobd grader.

    • Hello Subscription

      Oh no did it get edited out? It’s the 7-8 year old one for boys. Perfect for 1st-2d grade. Our son is 7.