A couple of months back the lovely people over at Wilf Books were just starting up their children’s books sharing box scheme and asked if they could guest post on my blog. I think it’s a great thing that they are doing so I accepted. You can read that post over here: How can we help our children learn about sharing?
So Wilf Books is run by Callum and Amelia who believe in the value of sharing. Their aim is to recycle and redistribute children’s books to those that will love them the most.
Now the subscription box business is up and running, they have kindly let me review a box with baby girl. What I loved about opening the box was the carefully hand painted postcard made out to baby girl. It really gave it a personal touch and I honestly now believe that Callum and Amelia are putting their heart and soul into this. To make it a success. I wish them tons of luck.
The books were carefully packed in tissue paper and hand tied with string.
The box contained 4 colourful books chosen to our specification alongside a sharing chart and stickers.
You place a sticker on the chart every time a book get’s shared back to other children. This part of the box scheme is optional. If like me you can’t part with books and love to keep them all!
How does Wilf Books Work?
- Select the type of subscription package you prefer and input your child’s book preferences. They currently cater for 2-9 year olds. Then pay.
- Wilf Books deliver your child a uniquely crafted box of books – minimum of 3 books on the 18th of each month.
- The next part is optional – you can place books you want to share back into the envelope provided to be returned to Wilf Books.
- Revel in the fact that your children have books that they love.
I think a sharing books subscription would make an ideal Christmas or birthday present that they can receive throughout the year.
Wilf Books would love to offer you a discount off your first order. So if you enter code RACHEL25 at the checkout you will receive 25% off your first monthly order with Wilf Books
*We received a subscription box in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.