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New Subscription Box: OwlCrate JR – March 2017 Theme Spoiler!

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OwlCrate has a new subscription available now –OwlCrate JR:

OwlCrate Jr is a monthly subscription box for young readers, brought to you by the team behind OwlCrate! This box of fun goodies and great books is perfect for kids aged 8-12

The theme for March 2017 is Unlikely Friends:

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The theme of our March box is UNLIKELY FRIENDS and will include a fantastic new middle-grade novel all about being brave, being different, and finding friends in unexpected places.

What do you think of the spoiler for the March 2017 Owl Crate JR box?

The Box: OwlCrate JR

The Cost: $27.99 a month plus shipping ($6.99 to US, $10.59 to Canada, $19.99 Worldwide)

The Products: Each month will include “a brand new book, along with a bundle of unique items that are both exciting and educational.”

Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wish list!

You can check out our Owl Crate reviews to see what kind of items are included in their original subscription.  And check out our reviews of all Book Subscription Boxes, too!

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3 Comments

  1. I ordered this for my 11 yr old daughter. She is going to love it.

  2. I’m interested to see what they do. I teach Advanced Reading to 4th and 5th graders and I’m always looking for new books to add to my library & curriculum.

  3. Maybe Anna could review this box. Aren’t her boys around that age?

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