BookCase.Club Unboxing and NEW features!

I received November's BookCase.Club box and it's just as awesome as October's box! 
If you've ever been to my house when the mail arrives, you'll get to see my husbands slight eye roll every time I get a book in the mail. We have books everywhere and actually do have a library. Quite frankly, book subscription boxes have helped build my library and I love it! It's bad when your husband takes time to survey your home and land it sits on to get an idea of how far out we can build an addition specifically to make the library bigger.

So what is it about BookCase.Club that makes it home library worthy?

Well for starters, you get two books a month in your desired theme. Mine is the Teenage Dream box which are young adult books. Okay, yes, I am 32 and still read YA novels. 

At any rate, BookCase. Club has books for everyone. Paranormal Romance, Mystery/Thriller, Military and cookbooks (which are the only two that aren't shipped out monthly). They even have kids books.

As a matter of fact, The just recently updated the site and added the all new Kids BookCase.Club
Previously, they offered kids picture books as one of the categories. They still do offer those, but they took it one step farther and added books for every age. You can now choose a subscription box based on your child's age, which fills in the gaps between the picture books and the YA books. 

This month's Teenage Dream box brought Reality Boy by A.S King and Maybe One Day by Melissa Kantor into my life. 

Reality Boy is the fictional story of a child reality star and how living with cameras for most of his life, effects the life he has now that he's older and out of the spotlight. 

Maybe One Day is the story about a girl who's best friend gets very sick and she has to face the possibility of life without her around. 

Right now, you can get 10% off a subscription (great time to try out the new Kids Boxes!) with code GET10 at checkout! 

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