One of the latest crazes are these monthly box subscriptions to different companies. They have them for everything now, and I love it.
My husband and I each had a monthly subscription to a box for ourselves at one point or another, so I thought I’d see if there was anything for my daughter to enjoy. There are tons for babies and toddlers with all sorts of things, but one that caught my eye was a company called Little Fun Club. As a woman who enjoys reading, naturally this is where I went first, and I’m so glad I did.
First of all, it came wrapped like a gift and even had a little ribbon tied around it. My daughter loved opening the wrapping just as much as she loved receiving these sweet books.
In each box they send you three age appropriate books for your child. They are hand picked by an associate with your child’s age and interests in mind. All their books go through a review process taking into consideration the subject, authors, awards, and price of each book. We could not have been happier with the selections they made for us.
The first book she saw was definitely her favorite, and it is perfect for her development. The book is, “Who’s Hiding with Penguin?” by Vincent Mathy. It’s a thick book, and each page is shaped differently depending on the animal’s figure, so it’s very easy for her to grab, and turn the page. She went back and forth with these pages, and pointed to all the animals.
The second book we looked at is called, “Little Bird Takes a Bath” by Marisabina Russo. It seems as though bigger books like this are easier to focus on when we read, so we sat down and read this one together. She loved all the pictures and colors the book provided.
The third book she received is called, “Steam Train, Dream Train 1-2-3”. This is a counting text that counts up with each page. Each page has a cute and creative illustration of a different kind of animal, which was fun for us to read and look at the pictures together as well.
I love the message that Little Fun Club sends to all their customers that reading is fun. The fact that all three books are age appropriate and at the perfect developmental stage for my child shows they really put thought and consideration into their choices.
Consider signing your child up for a subscription, or you can give a box as a gift to another child that you know. This would make a nice birthday gift for a child, and Little Fun Club provides books for children up to the age of 12.
Thank you so much to Little Fun Club for partnering with me on this post. We can’t wait to go back and read through these books again tonight.