Build Your Library Family Reading Crate- Dogs

I have been on a book box kick lately. Thing is I hate letting someone else choose what I read. It’s been some real trial and error finding the couple boxes whose tastes align with mine. The only theme better for us right now would be cats- hint hint. The other thing that makes this crate different is the fact that its a family box. Each month you get a picture book, a read-aloud for elementary age kids, a YA title and something for the adults of the house to read. It’s really perfect for big families, un schoolers- or both! 

Included in this crate-

From Wolf to Woof by Hudson Talbott

Maxi’s Secrets: (Or, What You Can Learn from a Dog) by Lynn Plourde

Paper Wishes by Lois Sepahban

Lily and the Octopus by Steven Rowley

A few cute finger puppets, themed bookmarks, and a booklet with discussion questions. If you are looking for a fun family Summer activity and you like to own books- this is entirely ready to go. I was concerned about owning one of the books already (one of my fears with all book boxes), but we lucked out, and all the books included this month are new to us. It’s a great value too considering that many book boxes charge the same and you aren’t getting 4 books!

Check out next months theme here.

I purchased this crate for my use and was under no obligation to write a review. 

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