2017 Holiday Gift Guide- Bookroo Review

This is a sponsored review.

It’s early November and that means it’s holiday season, folks! With our triplets nearing the age of two and their love of books, their little library continues to expand. Bookroo is perfect, for just that.

Bookroo is a monthly children’s book subscription with two different subscriptions to fit your child(ren). The Picture Book Box is perfect for kids ages 2-6, containing two (2) hardcover picture books individually wrapped. For kiddos aged 0-2 there is the Board Book Box; containing three (3) board books, also individually wrapped.  For each of these boxed sets, the books are chosen with the help of the Bookroo Review Process: Approximately 12 families attending Stanford University who read these books to their children, giving Bookroo the ratings needed to help select the best books in each box every month. One of the best parts about Bookroo is that this is a great and easy way for grandparents, aunts, uncles, and even friends to send books to your children.

Bookroo’s mission is to enable and empower parents to build their children’s book collections in an affordable and exciting way though curated monthly book deliveries. At Bookroo, they believe in the power and impact of the written word in the life of a child, and believe it’s never too early to start reading to children.

We received three wrapped board books for our triplets. The books included weren’t your typical board books that you see everywhere, but instead, we received:

Bears Are Big: The spunky and whimsical illustrations elevate this fantastic, rhyming book of opposites. The use of naturally opposite animal characteristics means your kiddos get to learn something about some less common animals too.

Wheels at Work: Farm: Just in time for harvest, we love the gigantic sturdy flaps that are perfect for little hands and teach little ones about some machinery, livestock, and jobs found on a farm.

Little Hoot: This sweet upside-down story about a little owl who only wants to go to bed is sure to bring on the giggles and might even make going to bed sound fun!

**There is even an interview with Little Hoot’s illustrator, Jen Corace, on Bookroo’s blog!

This is such a creative and fun way to grow a child’s book collection, and with the books individually wrapped the kids will get a kick out of unwrapping them to see what books they received! With the holidays quickly approaching, use Bookroo to send books to your young loved ones, for they share the same vision as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; “It is a great thing to start life with a small number of really good books which are your very own.”

I received a set of books from Bookroo to help my review. All thoughts are my own.