When my daughters saw a package on our doorstep from Bookroo, their faces lit up as if they were going to be opening presents on Christmas morning (just like every online order that we get). It’s something we do quite often since we live in small town and there’s just something so comforting about shopping online – you get to do it in your pyjamas, sipping on coffee while the kids nap.
The girls were jumping up and down with anticipation as they tore off the pretty polka dot wrapping paper, only to find large, beautiful books that they couldn’t wait to get their hands on. Did I mention that the books were individually wrapped? What a fun experience if you have more than one child! Enclosed were two hard cover books having bright and colourful images on the covers and throughout the pages.
That’s what’s so great about Bookroo – it’s a monthly subscription service of children’s books that are sent right to your home. They allow you to experience the joy of reading new books to your little ones, to encourage avid readers in the household – what I strive for as a mother. And I totally approve of it because you get quality books that are educational and affordable.
My first impression was surprised at how unique the content was. The books were unlike any that I have ever seen in a bookstore. They are inspirational and thinking-out-of-the-box type of reading that will help develop our children’s expanding brains. They get the kids excited to read and eager to learn. “I love my new books mommy” my two year old said to me.
I’m all for something that is beneficial for my girls, while making bedtime a lot easier. We can’t wait to read these books after bath time, when teeth are brushed, and pyjamas are put on, making story time cozy and fun. And to be honest, I’d rather spend my money on this than on toys that end up sitting in the corner of the room untouched.
Check out Bookroo’s children’s books here and don’t forget to use my coupon code: MICNEM to get $10 off your order!
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