Lil’ Bear Bookclub Box Review + Coupon – March 2017

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Lil’ Bear Book Club is a monthly children’s book subscription. They offer two subscription options: Board Books (recommended ages 0-3) and Picture Books (recommended for all ages).


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This review is of the Picture Book, $17.99 a month, box. 


The Subscription Box: Lil’ Bear Book Club

The Cost: $16.99 a month for board books, and $17.99 a month for picture books (save money with longer subscriptions) $5 shipping per month

COUPON: Save 20% off your first month with code TEDDYBEAR

The Products: 3-4 board books or 2-4 picture books (all books come individually wrapped)

Ships to: U.S.

Good to know: The books were individually wrapped (at no extra charge) and it felt like unwrapping a special gift. I think this is a nice touch, especially for a kid’s box!

Check out all of our Lil’ Bear Book Club reviews and the Kids Subscription Box Directory for other fun boxes your child might enjoy. 

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North, South, East, West by Margaret Wise Brown – Value $11.97 on Amazon (retail price $17.99)

Margaret Wise Brown, the author of the well-loved Goodnight Moon, wrote this book about a bird leaving home and trying to figure out which direction to fly. I thought the story itself was pretty flat though I did enjoy the illustrations by Greg Pizzoli. Nothing about the book struck me as amusing or unique.




Caterpillar Dreams by Clive McFarland – Value $11.66 on Amazon (retail price $17.99)

Henri the caterpillar wishes to go on adventures and see the world. Mole, Bird, and Fish help him get under the road, over the wall and across the lake. Just as he’s about to embark on an exciting adventure on a hot air balloon he begins his transformation into a butterfly. Now that Henri is a butterfly and can travel easily anywhere he wishes, where does he choose to go? Home to see his friends. This was a sweet if slightly dry tale.

Verdict: We were not thrilled with either selection this month, but books are so subjective and I never expect to love every book every month. I still appreciate learning about new titles, authors and illustrators I may not have come across otherwise. The retail value this month is over $23 which I’m very happy with. The March themed wrapping paper was so springy this month too. Though Lil’ Bear Book Club says the subscription comes with 2-4 books each month I’ve only received more than two books once last spring. Getting a third (or even fourth) book would be nice every few months and would certainly boost the value.

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Written by Jessica Telesmanich

Jessica Telesmanich

Jessica’s addiction started off slowly enough with Birchbox, but it has grown and grown over the last three years. An elementary school librarian and mom of two she loves boxes that are child-centric. But she’ll never turn down a good fashion, beauty or tasty treat subscription.

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