September to Remember Giveaway & BroadwayHD!

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Bookroo Monthly Childrens Book Subscription Review

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We are no strangers to Bookroo’s monthly subscription program.  In fact,  my son remembers how fun it was to unveil the books the last time he got a shipment,  check out my previous post from a couple years back.

This is a great gift idea for little ones and older kids as well.  They have board books as well as paperback and all are quality books worth every penny of the monthly fee you will be paying for them.  The wrapping paper that they come wrapped in is worth that much alone!

Imagine the faces one the kids wheb they get their monthly package in the mail with two books to unwrap.  Just watch my 5 year olds reaction to the “gifts” he got!

What’s even better is the fact that this makes him want to try reading and creates an excitement around the possibility of books.  Personally,  we have so many books that I like to donate books when we are done with them, but these we tend to keep because they’re special!

Right now they have a GREAT Cyber Monday deal going on for 25% off you order by tomorrow 11/27!

BFJERSEY for 25% off any multi-month subscription (3,6, or 12 months)
One redemption per family. Valid for new customers only. Existing customers may use for the purchase of one gift subscription.
Valid 11/24 – midnight PST 11/27

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Campus Book Rental – College Textbook Alternative

CampusBookRentals.com is the one stop shop for College students who want the ease of reliable textbook renting.

Some of the benefits of using CBR as opposed to competitors are:
You save 40-90% off textbook prices
Qualify for FREE shipping both ways (with the option to get the book next day for an extra fee).
Unlike others that may send a PDF file, you get an actual textbook you can HIGHLIGHT in and make any needed notes.
Flexible renting periods with a 15 day grace period, which surely you’ll never need because no one procrastinates in college