Lit League Subscription Box Review + Coupon – FANCY NANCY Box

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Lit League is a monthly book subscription for kids! Designed by a team of educators, the boxes will include a book, a book-specific vocabulary bookmark, 4-5 book-inspired activities, and discussion questions and answers. The subscription also gives back to the community by donating a portion of the proceeds to Bernie’s Book Bank, an organization that provides books to kids in need.

Currently, there are 3 subscription box options: Picture Book Activity Boxes, Early Chapter Book Activity Boxes, and Chapter Book Activity Boxes. The monthly box costs $39.99, and if you choose to subscribe for longer periods, you can save more: 3 months for $36.99, 6 months for $34.99, 9 months for $33.99, and for an annual subscription, a box will cost $32.99.

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Everything is wrapped with tissue paper.

The interior of the box cover features a welcome message from Lit League, plus a 25% off coupon code.

We’re so excited about the contents of the box!

Also included in the box is a bookmark.

At the back, they listed ways to make reading a grand adventure!

This box is all about Fancy Nancy: Aspiring Artist! We even received a booklet that lists all the activities included in the box: Shakespearean Insults, Family Emergency Plan, and a Dragon’s Beard Candy.

Every time you tag them in a post, you’re entered into the monthly draw, and prize winners will receive 20% off their next purchase!

The booklet includes a feature about the author of this month’s featured book, Jane O’Connor, and the illustrator, Robin Preiss Glasser.

For the last part, they even listed steps to make the most out of this box. Additional Lit League Activities are Pick a Card, Draw a Card, and Splatter Painting.

Everything in the box!

The box is all about art! Here are some art materials that they provided: paintbrushes, acrylic paint, and art canvas.

They also included a green artist hat!

Fancy Nancy by Jane O’Connor ($9.95)


From the dazzling duo of Jane O’Connor and Robin Preiss Glasser, welcome Fancy Nancy! This is the bestseller that launched the beloved Fancy Nancy series.

Meet Nancy, who believes that more is ALWAYS better when it comes to being fancy. From the top of her tiara down to her sparkly studded shoes, Nancy is determined to teach her family a thing or two about being fancy and using fancy words.

How Nancy transforms her parents and little sister for one enchanted evening makes for a story that is funny and warm—with or without the frills.

Perfect for fans of the Eloise and Olivia books.

Ooh la la! Fancy Nancy is starring in her own fabulous TV show on Disney Junior. READ THE BOOKS THAT STARTED IT ALL!

The flap of the dust jacket tells us more about Fancy Nancy, and how she used her creativity to ease her feeling of glum.

Nancy believed that more is always better in being fancy, and she even taught her family how to be fancy and use fancy words!

Just look at how extra Fancy Nancy in her ballet class! The other kids look simple while she even put lots of decorations no just on her tutu, but also on her hair!

My younger son put on the hat while reading. He definitely enjoyed Fancy Nancy’s antics!

To support common core, like in a book club, group, or working with an adult helper, the box provided a questionnaire so the readers can have further discussion about the story.

They also provided possible answers to the discussion questions. It’s nice to know how the kids are taking the stories by posing these questions and letting them express themselves by answering them. Their answers will vary, but surely, everyone will learn a thing or two from each other.

They also included an instruction sheet for the adult helpers.

They even provided copies of popular artwork that the kids can paint or color: Keith Haring’s Untitled, Five Dancing Figures, and Van Gogh’s Vase with Irises.

The box also has some Great Artist Cards that feature some of the artist’s greatest works and information, like Aaron Douglas, Frida Kahlo, Georgia O’Keeffe, and Vincent Van Gogh.

Another set features Claude Monet, Henri Matisse, Edgar Degas, and Jackson Pollock.

My older son colored the great artworks using colored pens we have at home.

He even used other materials we have like colored markers.

Here’s my older son’s take on Van Gogh’s floral masterpiece!

Meanwhile, my younger son took the artwork by Keith Haring and decided to color it using colored pens.

He used different colors on each of the dancing figures.

It may look different than the original artwork, but what matters is that the kids enjoyed!

After coloring the provided artwork sheets, it’s now time for my kids to create their own artworks using the paint, brushes, and paper included in this box.

They mixed some of the paint on the palette we have at home.

My two sons joined forces to create a beautiful artwork!

Here, my younger son is adding a background color.

Here’s their finished artwork! It looks great!

Here are all the artwork my kids did this month, as well the materials and other items from Lit League. It’s such a fun box overall!

Lit League is an enjoyable activity box for kids! The book and the projects they send keep kids busy and entertained while centered around a literacy activity. My kids really enjoyed coloring this month and they also found Fancy Nancy’s story so fun and exciting! The artist cards are also pretty amazing, as my kids got to know different artists and their most popular artworks. It’s really a nice box for siblings or a caregiver and child to bond over!

What do you think of this month’s box?

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