Tiny Humans Read Book Box for Kids Review + Coupon – May 2019


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Tiny Humans Read is a monthly children’s book subscription that delivers whimsical stories your child is sure to love. They offer three different subscription options, all of which include free shipping:

  • The Tiniest Human Box: 3 board books (ages newborn-3) for $17.99 a month
  • The Tiny Humans Box: 3 picture books (ages 3-8) for $24.99 a month
  • The Sibling Box: 2 board books and 2 picture books (ages 0-8) for $29.99 a month

This review is of the Tiny Humans 3 Picture Book Box for ages 3-8.

A portion of every box purchased goes towards supporting the non-profit literacy organization 862LA which provides tutoring and creative writing programs for children ages 6 to 18. I love a box that gives back!

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

About Tiny Humans Read

The Subscription Box: Tiny Humans Read

The Cost: $17.99/ month for the Tiniest Humans box (ages newborn-3), $24.99/month for the Tiny Humans box (ages 3-8), or $29.99/month for the Siblings box (ages 0-8)

The Products: 3 board books for the Tiniest Human box, 3 picture books for the Tiny Humans box, and 2 board & 2 picture books for the Siblings box

Ships to: The US for free, $15 to Canada, and Internationally for an additional cost

Good to know: Your first box ships within 1-3 days!

Tiny Humans Read Box May 2019 Review

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    At the top of our box was this card from the Tiny Humans Read team introducing us to the May box. On the back, they included some activity ideas for us. Another fun thing about this company is they include some fun printables for your kids on their site as well as some insight into the benefits of reading with your child.

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      This House, Once by Deborah Freedman – Retail Value $17.99 (found here for $9.98)

      This book left me with some warm fuzzy feelings! It is such a simple and beautifully illustrated book that describes how the various parts of a house were once part of something else. The door used to be an oak tree, the bricks were once mud, and the roof was once rock and the house remembers everything as it was before. It just feels like a magical way to describe where things come from and how they can be used to create something else. This was definitely a unique book!

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        Sam & Eva by Debbie Ridpath Ohi – Retail Value $17.99 (found here for $7.60)

        In this book, two friends are learning how to collaborate creatively in their artwork. Their simple drawing session quickly becomes a war of sorts as they try to cancel one another’s drawings out with their own. This was a visually fun and really unique book as we started with a basic black and white image and then the images became more and more detailed and colorful as our characters drew on the pages. It was a clever use of illustration and was fun for the kids to read and watch as the drawings seemed to come to life!

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          Boom Snot Twitty by Doreen Cronin – Retail Value $16.99 (found here for $10.55)

          This story has some of the cutest little characters! Boom, Snot, and Twitty are a bear, snail, and bird, respectively, and they all seem to be quite different from one another. Boom seems to want to be going constantly while Twitty is content to stay put, and Snot is the easygoing friend who simply makes the most out of whatever gets thrown her way, even a storm that blows her away. While the story seemed to lack a bit of substance for me and possibly didn’t even have a plot at all, the characters were super cute and the illustrations were great.

          Verdict: I really enjoyed the selections from Tiny Humans Read this month! The illustrations in each book were great, from the beautiful house, to the cute animals, to the imaginative drawings in Sam & Eva. They were all unique books and the kids seemed to enjoy reading them! The retail value of the books we received this month came to $52.97 (less with sale prices) which is great for a $24.99/month (plus free shipping) box!

          To Wrap Up:

          Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, you will receive the June box. From Tiny Humans Read: 

          Your box will ship on or around the 18th of the month after you subscribe! Order by the 17th day of the current month to receive the latest box.

          Value Breakdown: At $24.99 for this box, here’s what you are paying approximately per item:

          • This House Once: $8.49
          • Sam & Eva: $8.49
          • Boom Snot Twitty: $8.01

          Check out our other Tiny Humans Read reviews, along with more boxes for babies, toddlers, and kids!

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          Written by Brandi Dowell

          Brandi Dowell

          Brandi has loved the idea of subscription boxes since joining Birchbox in 2013. Finding new products to test out and possibly fall in love with has always excited her. Now, as a mother of 3, she loves discovering new products that can help make parenting a little easier! Her favorites are FabFitFun and Target Baby boxes.

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