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Owl Post Book Subscription Review

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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 Owl Post Books.

This Christmas let’s gift our children with the gift of literature. With an Owl Post Books subscription you can gift a child with a few wonderful reads that can be enjoyed daily, on the road and will last. The books are carefully selected by a teacher out of Texas and will ship with a theme in mind and tailored for the age group you have selected. Both my kiddos enjoyed the books we received and small pouch to put their colors in.

I love that you can select either the book of the month subscription from $14.99 or the Imagination box from $30 including shipping and that it will go out between the 1st and 4th of every month. Each box is divided in the age groups: 0-3, 4-7 and 8 to 12 and will come with a couple of the books in matching theme. The box that the books come in is white, with varied images that can be recycled by having your child color on it. My kiddos had so much fun with it and enjoyed storing their crayons in the new pouch that came with the box. All the books were hardcover and will last a long while even with wear and tear of small children.

We received three awesome book with our imagination book box, two that were space themed and one that was a sort of folklore story. My son loved the “Dinosaurs in Space” book due to the theme, dinosaurs, and comic book style. The colors were very vibrant and the story was very funny for his age. My daughter on the other hand loved the book “Space Dog” due to the animals, a dog, a mouse and a cat. The story was very imaginative and had both my kids discussing space and how scary it could be. How dinosaurs might be in space and not extinct. My son and I loved the “Suite for Human Nature” as the story line was beautiful and imagery was colorful. It had my 5 year old understanding about the different concepts presented, greed, envy, fickleness, love, hate in a simple way that I couldn’t have done myself. I loved this story so much, that I had to read it to my husband that same night. Great book selections can be found with an Owl Post subscription that the whole family will enjoy.

You can find Owl Posts Books on Facebook and Instagram for an idea of awesome reads they have had in past boxes. You can shop for their boxes on their homepage and gift one for Christmas.

 

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