We love books in our home. You can find us reading books multiple times a day, just yesterday my husband and daughter spent almost an hour sitting outside on the swing reading a book together. As much as I love reading books though I do have a limit on how many times I can read about the same adventure the Ponies of Ponyville went on so I knew I needed to add some more to our collection.
On my book hunt I ran into a problem, buying books one at a time is expensive so my book stash wasn’t adding up as fast as I would have liked. Then I found Books By The Foot and my daughters bookcase filled up by 100+ books with only one order.
With Books by the Foot you can order a case of 100+ books for only $24.99. The case I got was the Boxed Children’s Books. In the box the majority of the books were books for younger children, preschool and elementary age, but there were also a handful of chapter books great for when my daughter gets older.
I loved the variety of books that were included in the box.
There were some Golden Books, some nursery rhyme books, and plenty of books with characters my daughter already knows about so she was excited to learn more about them. Even the chapter books were ones I remembered from my childhood so it is exciting to be able to read those with her, whether it be today or in a few years, and relive some of my childhood memories with her. If you would rather just get books for your child’s current age, they do offer the choice to narrow down to grade ranges.
The books in the box are not new books.
They are used books but they are still in great condition. The worst damage I could see were just some worn down corners but that is bound to happen to any book, especially one that is used by toddlers and children. If you do not like the idea of having used books than they also have an option of two boxes with 20 brand new books.
I would highly recommend this product to new moms, teachers, or anyone else who is interested in buying a lot of books at once for a great price.
I am really happy with this product and I am glad I now have a lot of books for my daughter to choose from instead of always choosing the same one or two books like she was been doing before we got all these great new books!
*I received samples of the products mentioned above for free to facilitate this post. All opinions are mine.
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