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Lillypost September 2016 Review – Book Subscription for Kids

Disclosure; I received this box for review.

Lillypost September 2016 Review

Lillypost September 2016 Review

Lillypost is a brand new book subscription for children.  There are two different plans: board books and picture books, so you can pick the best plan for your child.  Plans are $26.00/month to month.

The Board Book subscription is for children 0-2 and comes with 5 books, along with some special surprises The Picture Book subscription is for children 3 and up and comes with 4 books and surprises.

Lillypost also partners with Project Night Light, which is an awesome organization that gives a backpack filled with a blanket, pillow and books to homeless children.  I used to work as a social worker for children, so this organization is near and dear to my heart.

The Details:

Cost: 1 month:  $26/month, 3 months:  $24/month, 6 months: $22/month, 12 months: $20/month (1st month free!)

What’s in the box? The Board Book subscription is for children 0-2 and comes with 5 books, along with some special surprises The Picture Book subscription is for children 3 and up and comes with 4 books and surprises.

Shipping: The box ships from Canada to Canada and the United States.

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Lillypost shipped in a huge heavy box!

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Each book is always individually wrapped.  The wrapping paper was a thick, almost plastic wrapping, which doesn’t tear easily.

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There was a note welcoming subscribers to Lillypost, along with a sheet of four name plate stickers.

Bits & Pieces Hardcover by Judy Schachner

Bits & Pieces Hardcover by Judy Schachner $13.49 This book is about Tink, a beloved pet who longs to go outside.  Tink finally escapes and gets the adventure he desired.  This book takes the reader through Tink’s adventure and a family’s quest to get him home.  We have an indoor cat and I would be beside myself if he escaped.  This was a cute little story that prompted my kids to love on our cat a bit more.

Bits & Pieces Hardcover by Judy Schachner

This is a look inside the book.

And Nick Hardcover by Emily Gore

And Nick Hardcover by Emily Gore  $16.30 This book is about four mice who are brothers.  Rick, Mick and Vick always know what they want, but Nick isn’t so sure.  This book is a heartwarming story about being a late bloomer.  My favorite book as a child was The Trumpet of the Swan and this book reminded me of that story.  I read this to my kids and ended up in tears.  Needless to say, this is my favorite book in the box.

And Nick Hardcover by Emily Gore

This is a look in the book.

Love Always Everywhere Hardcover by Sarah Massin

Love Always Everywhere Hardcover by Sarah Massin $15.23 This book is a simple read but shares a great message about love.  This was a great book, because my 7 year old was able to read it to my 4 year old son.

Love Always Everywhere Hardcover by Sarah Massin

The pictures are just beautiful!

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Where You Go I Go by Beth Shoshan $9.99  This book is about a mother elephant and her baby.  It’s a great reminder that kids see everything we do.  This was a cute little story!

Where You Go I Go by Beth Shoshan

This is a look inside the book.

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Final Thought: I absolutely loved this box.  The total value of $55.01, which is using Amazon’s crazy low prices, not the msrp.  Every book was wonderful, though the book about Nick the Mouse was the winner of the box.  If you want a book subscription for kids, check out Lillypost. They just launched September 1st and the first 100 subscribers gets a special bonus.

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This entry was posted in Children Subscriptions, Lillypost Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews, Uncategorized and tagged: on Friday, September 2nd, 2016 by Subscription Box Mom


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