Kids BookCase Club September 2018 Subscription Box Review + 50% Off 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 a 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 September 2018 box!

Young Cam Jansen And The Goldfish Mystery By David A. Adler ($12.74)

Cam, her silly aunt Molly, and her best friend Eric attend a local charity fair. While playing a tossing game, Aunt Molly wins two goldfish—one for Cam and one for Eric. But when Cam and Eric check on their goldfish at home, all they find are empty bowls. How can fish run away? It’s up to Cam to solve the mystery!

It’s a level 3 reading from Penguin Young Reader books, which is intended for transitional readers.

The hardbound book provides more information written on the inside flap of its cover. It also introduces the main character, Cam, along with her aunt Molly, and best friend Eric.

The format is not like any other books with long paragraphs. It has a line by line format that makes it easier for kids to read, especially when they have to do it aloud. There are also adorable illustrations to aid them while reading.

I love Cam Jansen, such a fun character and we were so excited to introduce her to our young readers!! ?

Disney’s Phineas And Ferb It’s Ancient History ($5.80)

It’s all Greek to Phineas and Ferb! After checking out a cool classics exhibit at the local museum, the stepbrothers decide to create an awesome chariot race, where they challenge Buford, the town bully, to compete against them. Who will get to the finish line first? Then Phineas and Ferb go on an archaeological dig, where they discover a caveman! Readers will love this fun chapter book filled with exciting screen grabs from the show.

We all know that Phineas and Ferb, along with their trusty platypus Perry, are always up for great adventures! And this time, they are challenging some of their friends in a chariot race!

It’s really a fun read as we enter the world of these adventurous kids. I am seeing a Candace illustration here which looks like the Greek myth monster, Medusa! This book sure promises great adventures by the looks of these drawings, and I can tell the kids enjoyed reading this one too.

Paddington The Junior Novel By Jeanne Willis ($5.99)

When Paddington arrives in London, he’s excited to explore the city that he’s heard so much about. Thanks to a stroke of luck, he meets Mr. and Mrs. Brown at the train station. They welcome him into their home and agree to help him find the explorer who visited his family in Peru. As Paddington sets out to search for the explorer and discover the many wonders in the city, he catches the eye of an evil taxidermist who would love nothing more than to come between the bear and the Browns. It will take every member of the Brown household to help Paddington learn that finding a home and a family is the greatest adventure of all.

Paddington has lots of other adventures, and if you’re interested, you can find the titles on the back of this awesome book!

The pages are glossy and the photos are all high-quality! These pages actually made me think it’s a picture book…

…but upon flipping the pages, here’s one full of text, which most of it is! The font size is good enough for young readers, they won’t have a hard time reading it. Also, the book teaches about the importance of having a family who will support and help you all the way!

The books this month are all interesting! It’s a good curation that provides lots of adventures for young minds. The kids definitely love each and every book, and they enjoyed sharing the stories with the rest of our family. We can read the stories aloud and share our thoughts at the same time as we go along exploring the adventures that lie within the pages.

Kids BookCase Club is really a good subscription if you wish to add good titles for the kids to read and explore! This age range is particularly great for reluctant readers and early chapter readers.

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