November Literati Review. Kid's book subscription box.

November Literati Box Review

This post is in collaboration with Literati. I received a Literati Box in exchange for my review. All opinions are mine alone.

We got our November Literati box in the mail a couple of days ago, and I have to say, this is probably my favorite one yet. The theme is Storyland, which appeals to my bookish soul, and I love the books we got.

If you don’t know what Literati is, it is a children’s book subscription box for $9.95/month. We’ve been getting this box for over a year now and still get excited with every box. You can check out my Literati box review from last year, here, and take a look at what we got in our October box, here.

We got the cutest poem in our Storyland box, along with an iron-on patch and some great books.

The books we got:

Jack and the Beanstalk
I Won A What?
No More Bows
Kitten and the Night Watchman
Children of the World

If you are interested in trying out Literati, you can use code PNWPIXIE for $10 off any new subscription, which is essentially a free first month.

Literati Gift Boxes + November Challenge

Gift Boxes

You can now gift a single Literati box of books. These Limited Edition Gift Boxes come in eight themes, inspired by children. And, you can personalize them for any child on your list, aged 0-12!

November Literati Challenge

This month, Literati is challenging you to write a heartfelt thank you note to a book. Yes, a book.

How to participate:

Post an image containing the book cover to Instagram. Write your “thank you” note to the book itself in the caption. (i.e. Dear a Tree Grows in Brooklyn,) Hashtag it with #BooksGiving and #Literati. Tag @Literati. Adults and children are eligible to participate. 

The Grand Prize: A First Edition of “The Giving Tree,” Signed By Shel Silverstein

For every post made, Literati will donate a book.
So, let’s get creative!

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