Honest mom review of Literati children's book subscription box. | PNW Pixie
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Literati Review

This review is in no way sponsored by Literati.

As you all know, I am a huge advocate for reading. I make a trip to the library to pick up books, at least once a week and reading is an integral part of our bedtime routine. While scrolling through Instagram, I came across an ad for Literati and was instantly intrigued. About a week ago I decided to try it out, and we got our box in the mail yesterday!

Honest mom review of Literati children's book subscription box. | PNW Pixie

Dear Reader

The first thing I noticed about our Literati box was how much personalization went into it. The box itself was addressed to “Fin & Lox,” as well as the welcome card inside. Since I signed them up for Club Neo, each book they received was geared towards kids, aged three and under. 

Honest mom review of Literati children's book subscription box. | PNW Pixie

Also included in our box was a sheet of stickers labeled, “this book belongs to Fin & Lox,” which I thought was a nice touch. 

Because bookworms become butterflies

The five books we received in our box were diverse and relatable. All of the books kept the interest of both of my toddlers, and they wanted to reread them. I love that each book added a different educational element, giving them a taste of music, science, and other cultures. 

Honest mom review of Literati children's book subscription box. | PNW Pixie
How it works

Your Literati box comes with five books geared towards the age of your kids, depending on which “club” you signed up with. You have seven days to give your books a test drive and choose which books you would like to keep if any. Put the books to decide to return in the prepaid return mail and place it in your mailbox or drop in off at your local post office. 

Honest mom review of Literati children's book subscription box. | PNW Pixie

If you decide to keep any of the books your purchases will be charged to the card on file. A price list is included in your box, so you know what you are paying for each book. When it comes to pricing Literati matches or beats the Amazon Prime pricing, and they show you exactly what you will be saving on your price sheet.

If you would like to give Literati a try, you can sign up with my referral code, here, and use code PNWPIXIE at check out to get your first month free. Club membership is $9.95 and can be canceled at any time.

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Honest mom review of Literati children's book subscription box. | PNW Pixie
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6 thoughts on “Literati Review”

  1. I’m all for reading, and encouraging reading for kids and antonios really. Reading is wonderful and feeds the imagination. I came across this on Facebook, but it doesn’t seem very practical or reasonable for most families.
    Nope, paying 10 bucks a month to look at 5 books for 7 days that you either have to purchase or return if you don’t purchase then at over 10 dollars each or more ends up being like 60 a month including the membership. Just go to the PUBLIC library. The library is free and offers tons of books for everyone. No offense, I just can’t imagine spending 60 bucks a month for books that I can borrow for free. Plus my kids love visiting the library and we can keep exchanging books so they get new ones that they choose. To each their own and not trying to be offensive, just sharing my thoughts. Happy reading everyone!!!

    1. Not offensive at all! I appreciate you sharing your thoughts and I totally understand that it isn’t for everyone. We love the library as well, and we go about twice a week, but I like Literati in addition to that for the personalization and the ability to try out books that we may not have usually picked up. We don’t always purchase the books, but I don’t mind the $9.95 for the artwork, stickers, and letter, plus they usually include some kind of toy or item related to the theme. Thank you, again, for sharing!

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