Kids BookCase Club May 2019 Subscription Box Review + 50% Off Coupon! – PRE TEEN

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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 pre-teen box!

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The books are wrapped in tissue paper.

We’re so excited to take out the books from the box!

Everything in my box!

The Dragon Hunters by James Russell ($11)

Away across the oceans, where few have dared to roam, upon a wondrous island, a family made its home.

Living on an island means life is full of adventure for brothers Flynn and Paddy. So when a dragon swoops out of the sky and nabs their beloved dog, Coco, Flynn and Paddy know it’s up to them to bring her home. That night, they pack their bags, make some terrible sandwiches, and set off on an epic adventure…

See the map in this book come alive! Includes BONUS Dragon Brothers map in 3D for your phone or tablet! Download the free AR Reads app on your Android―or iOS―compatible smartphone or tablet to see and hear dragons fly, geysers gush, and get a glimpse of your favorite characters in action!

It’s an adventure book that features the brothers Flynn and Paddy, who are saving their dog Coco from a dragon!

When you open the book, there’s a map that you can use to search for the missing dog! Aside from this map, it also includes a 3D map for your phone or tablet. Just download the free AR Reads App. The map is really interactive, and as you hover to a certain place, it comes alive with audio too!

The book is already great on its own without the 3D map, and the illustrations are fantastic as they clearly depict the happenings in the story.

The rhymes make it great for reading aloud! My boys are WAY into dragons, so it’s perfect! Speaking of perfect…

Stolen Treasure by Winter Morgan ($4.91)

Alchemist Edison and his treasure hunter friend Billy have just returned from a successful trip to the Nether, coming home with tons of valuable loot. But before they can trade their loot, the chest of treasures mysteriously disappears from Edison’s home. Devastated, they start questioning all of their neighbors, but the chest is nowhere to be found.

Just when Edison and Billy are ready to give up their search, they realize they are not the only victims of the thief. Everybody is a suspect and Edison and Billy must use their Minecraft skills to uncover the truth. Is it one of their friends? Their neighbors? Could they lose both their treasure and their trust?

Join Edison and Billy as they develop the skills to solve the mysteries of the Overworld in this new Series from Winter Morgan.

If you’re a big Minecraft fan (rivals dragons in my house!), this book is for you. Edison and Billy need to use their Minecraft skills to solve the problem of the missing treasures!

There are no illustrations, but the exciting story is enough to keep kids get hooked.

It’s a good book that teaches the kids about trust, friendship, and developing their skills in problem and mystery solving!

Three Up A Tree by James Marshall ($3.99)

Lolly is much too busy sunning herself to help Sam and Spider build a tree house. So when they are finished, they don’t want to let her play in it. But Lolly says she knows a good story to tell, and soon the three friends are gathered in the tree house. Who will tell the best story?

The back of the book explains the different levels of reading according to the publisher. This book is a level 3, which is for transitional readers. It means that the book contains multi-syllable and compound words, more dialogues, different points of view, and has a more complex storyline and characters.

Inside the book, there’s a page dedicated to the parents so they can fully understand what the book is about. There are also suggested activities that you can do during and after reading the book.

The book has large fonts that the kids can easily read, and colorful illustrations that go with them!

It’s a fun read as my kids relate well to the characters, but this is pretty below level for my 8 year old. It’s really a bit out of place. but since the other 2 were such big hits, I’m letting this one slide.

Kids Bookcase Club definitely is a good book subscription box. This month, my kids all agreed that the Dragon Hunters is the best, plus the interactive 3D map! They also like the Minecraft-themed book, because they’re also fans of the game and having a story related to the game is just awesome. I am glad that these books help in developing some of the kids’ skills and characteristics. I don’t mind providing more reading materials for my children, and as they grow to love this hobby! It’s one of the best things in life as you get entertained and at the same time, learn a lot of stuff!

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