Listen up, fellow moms! Amazon has just added a new product that you might be interested in!
Set to roll out later this year is Prime Book Box, a subscription service for hardcover kid's books. The books are selected by editors that work for Amazon, and will be $23 per box. You may be wondering if the new service is worth the price. Amazon did the math for you and they report that the price for the service saves you 35% "below the cumulative list price for the books in the program."
The books will be divided up by age groups:
These books can be delivered every 1, 2, or 3 months.
Amazon released the following statement:
"These books include classics that have stood the test of time as well as hidden gems that our Editors couldn’t put down—stories that your reader can enjoy again and again. We will also use your recent purchase history to avoid including a book you have already purchased on Amazon.com."
Some sample titles in the program include:
For those of you who have children younger than 2 years old, you can opt for 4 board books instead of the hardcover books. If you have older children, you can opt for novels or two picture books.
If you're interested in signing up, click on the link below and request an invitation.
Readers: Will you be signing up for the program when it rolls out later this year? Let me know in the comments below.
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