Little Feminist Book Club is a monthly book subscription box for kids ages newborn to 9 years old. Each month you will receive one to two books to help diversify your bookshelf. Plus, you will also receive hands-on activities and tools to help bring your book to life. Subscriptions are offered for ages 0-2, 2-4, 4-7, and 7-9. The cost is $22.95 per month + $2.50 flat-rate U.S. shipping.
This review is of the Book Club for ages 0-2 years.
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Little Feminist always includes a similar welcome sheet introducing this month's contents.
On the back of the welcome page is this month’s activity, which is “Music is for family.” I am so happy that Ronan loves music. It is something that can completely change his mood. If we are listening to Encanto soundtrack (yes, I am 100% on board with Bruno) he can get hyped up instantly, but when we are rocking in his room listening to lullabies, nothing can soothe him so quickly. This month's activities include starting a kitchen band with pots, bowls, etc., and having a family dance party which are activities we do on the daily.
Little Feminist always includes a similar welcome sheet discussing this month's contents and messages.
What's Inside This Box
Noodles for Baby by Jamie Meckel – Retail value $7.95
I was always one of those people who got grossed out by misplaced sauces or condiments until I had my own little mess-maker. I am relieved the illustrations in these books are so adorable, otherwise, it might have been a mild trigger for me. It lists so many types of delicious noodles from across the world and babies with so many different backgrounds, all super cute noodle addicts. It is fun to read this book in a sing-songy voice, and I often let Ro finish some lines by pointing to the objects on the page. I now have to distract myself from ordering pad thai or lo mein, so on to the next book!
Music Is... by Brandon Stosuy – Retail value $8.99
Amy Martin did a wonderful job illustrating this lovely book. Music can be so many things, loud, sad, electric, it goes on and on and on. It was important to me to expose Ronan to all the music I love, and it is funny to see which songs and genres he is into. He enjoyed paging through this book and pointing to different people and colors on the pages.
Little Feminist Book Club included discussion cards for each book this month. This month's discussion question topics revolve around food, music, and how we connect with others through those two things. It was fun asking Ronan about his love of noodles and music, two of his favorite things.
Little Feminist Book Club sent two great finds this month. The pictures were so cute and the books were easy to read and featured subjects that we are all very into. The two books featured this month add up to $16.94, which is quite a discrepancy from the actual subscription ($25.90). Little Feminist is not a "more bang for your buck" kind of subscription, but the service is usually well worth the cost for me for their thoughtful curation.
After shipping, this subscription adds up to $25.90 a month; if you're someone who doesn't mind paying a price for an excellent curation and content, then this subscription may be worth it to you. The subscription holds a value that doesn't monetarily meet its cost, but I appreciate the service.
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