Little Fun Club Book Box Review
I have been compensated for this post in the form of a product. All opinions are mine and mine alone. This post is sponsored by Little Fun Club.
Little Fun Club is a great subscription available in the U.S. that will deliver top awarded, reading picks for your child as they grow. They have selections for children from 3 months to age 12. They customize each book based on the interests of each child, even multiple children, in each subscription and you can cancel at any time. One small box can bring you one option of spending time with your child and pull you away from the bothersome and mindless things that sometimes pull us away from bonding with our children.
I loved how fast the shipping was for this box, it came in about three days. The wrapping is recyclable and came in handy as scratch paper for my daughter to paint on and the ribbon was a nice touch. There are technically three options available, one for $5 for a list of optimum books for your child’s age and interests that you can purchase yourself. The other two options include books with one box delivering two books and the latter option delivering three books. It is also very sweet of them to send an extra book on the birthday month of your child. Talk about making your child or children feel extra special. As much as we read, we did get books that were unknown to us and we have read each book several times. The family favorite was “What Sisters do Best” and all books came as hardcover or board books which is a great way to last in a toddler household. It was very convenient to have the delivery just come to your door and just be able to drop into a comfy spot with my children to read.
Our book box came with three wonderful books. A board book, “What Sisters do Best”, and two hard covers, “Bulldozer Helps Out” and “Room for Bear”. I thought my son would love Bulldozer book the best, but both kids loved “What Sisters do best” and requested I also buy “What Brothers do Best” after looking at the back cover. My son liked “Bulldozer Helps Out”, while my Daughter enjoyed the characters in “Room for Bear” more. It was just perfect, one book they each favored and one they both loved equally. My oldest loved the sign that came for you to hang on your door and not be interrupted. They are looking forward to when another box comes in the mail.