Back in May, Amazon launched its Prime Book Box for kids. This was an invite-only program, but now the company has opened it up to all US Prime members. As the name implies, this subscription service gives customers a set of books selected for their kids based on their age.
You can choose to have it delivered every one, two or three months to stimulate your child’s imagination. The box costs $23 and will include either two hardback books or, for ages two and younger, four board books. This is a service that parents will likely love.
The subscription is aimed at children up to 12 years old. Parents can preview their selection ahead of time and select alternate titles from a list of curated options if they don’t like what they see. Or they can let Amazon choose for them. You can also skip a box at any time. Amazon claims that the box saves customers up to 35 percent off of the list price, and if there’s ever an instance where the selected books are available on Amazon for less than $23, subscribers will be charged the lower price.
This seems like nothing but win for busy parents who want children to read.