Parents of voracious readers can now get a curated selection of children’s books delivered at up to 35 percent off the list price.
You love that your kids are big readers, but after flipping through the same titles again and again, story time can get a little dull. To keep reading interesting for you and your little ones, Amazon has launched Prime Book Box, a children’s book subscription box for Prime members that can be personalized to fit your family’s reading needs.
Each Prime Book Box contains either two hardcover books or four board books, depending on the age group selected. Parents can choose between four age groups: baby-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12. You can then choose to get new books delivered every one, two, or three months, depending on your needs. The best part: subscribers will score these titles at up to 35% off their list price, with each box costing only $22.99 (amazon.com).
The books chosen are hand picked from the selection of top-rated titles on Amazon by the company's book editors.
Amazon isn’t the first company to start a children’s books subscription box service. With Prime Book Box, they join the ranks of other wonderful subscription boxes including:
Bookroo: This subscription box thoughtfully wraps each book, combining the excitement of opening a present with the discovery of a new book. Each book selected is reviewed by a panel of families and kids. Subscriptions start at $16.95/month. Learn more here.
Bilingual Box: This box service, ideal for children ages 4-8, sends a box full of learning materials and activities in both Spanish and English to help your child develop their language skills. Subscriptions start at $39.99/month. Learn more here.
Reading Bug Box: This subscription box is named for the independent bookstore that founded it, with the aim of bringing the indie bookstore experience to all children. Each box contains two to three books and extra gift items, curated by the professionals at The Reading Bug bookstore in San Carlos, California. Subscriptions start at $27/month. Learn more here.
To learn more about Prime Book Box, or to become a subscriber, visit amazon.com.