Owl Post Books Imagination Box August 2019 Subscription Box Review

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Owl Post Books is a fun and interactive monthly book subscription for kids. Each month, subscribers will receive an Imagination Box with 3 books that fit into their age range and fits into a fun monthly theme, and includes a unique themed toy and a theme card!

Owl Post Books has Imagination boxes for ages 0-3, 4-7, and 8-12. This is the Imagination Box for 4-7 years old. 

The box was filled with colorful squiggles!

The info card is just as colorful. It doesn’t have a list of the items though, just a short message from Owl Post Books.

Everything in my box!

Each box from this book subscription includes a toy or item in line with the book’s theme.

This Book Is Magic by Ashley Evanson ($11.27)

Make some magic in this colorful, interactive picture book from the author/illustrator of the Hello, World board book series!

Do you know that you’re a magician? In this interactive book, use your fingers to perform all kinds of magic tricks. Tap a hat to make a bunny appear, recite a spell to make books bigger, say “Gone-zo!” to make a ship disappear, and much more. But beware: the clever magic tricks don’t always turn out the way you’d expect!

Reminiscent of Hervé Tullet’s Press Here, kids—and adults!—are sure to want to read this book again and again as they perfect their magic skills.

It’s a book that will teach kids some magic tricks with just the use of their fingers!

The illustrations are colorful and magical! It’s really fun and interactive, the kids enjoyed every page!

There are tons of magic tricks that you can try! You may not perfect them the first time, or after several tries, but with practice and re-reading the book, you’ll get good at them!

Keith: The Cat With The Magic Hat by Sue Hendra ($8.28)

From the author of Norman the Slug with the Silly Shell comes a sweet, silly, and sassy picture book about a cat who has a hat that seems magical—but the powers of the hat aren’t quite what they seem.

Meet Keith—a very cute cat with a magical hat!

When Keith wears the hat, it makes bunnies appear out of nowhere!

It even makes a stick move all on its own!

But when Keith’s hat falls off, will the magic still work and save the day?

It’s a story about a cat named Keith, and his magic hat, which turned out to be an ice cream cone that landed on his head!

The illustrations are remarkable as they sparked curiosity with the kids, and their imagination worked full-time during the story-telling!

After the cone landed on his head, he tried showing off to his friends that it’s a magic hat! Fortunately, he was able to pull off some tricks and fool them!

Lola Knows A Lot by Jenna McCarthy ($13.37)

For fans of Fancy NancyLadybug Girl, and Chu’s First Day of School, this is an irresistible and hilarious story about a wise and witty girl who is always ready to learn—from author Jenna McCarthy and illustrator Sara Palacios.

Meet Lola! Lola knows a lot. She can cartwheel, she can tie her shoes…she can make her sister crazy. The only thing Lola DOESN’T know…is if she’s really ready to go to school.

The back of the book has a nice image of nature. It looks like the medium used for this art are color pencils.

Lola knows a lot of stuff, but will they be enough for her to start schooling?

This is the perfect book for kids who are about to attend their first class in school! It teaches the kids to be more confident on what they know, and be willing to learn more and be teachable!

The book also shows a realistic sibling relationship where the sisters don’t really get well but they love each other so much!

All the books this month are magical and fun! My kids definitely got excited with the finger magic tricks. They kept re-reading the book to master the tricks. The second book about the cat was also a hit, they thought it was hilarious and amazing at the same time. The best book for all of us, including me, is the last book as it teaches the kids about confidence and to be willing to learn more! It’s a nice starter for kids who are about to attend their first classes. The selection is simply awesome, and we’re looking forward to more books like this with amazing and relatable themes!

What do you think of this month’s box? Let us know your comments!

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