Saturday, June 6, 2015


800 million people around the world cannot read or write, and many families (even some schools) have no books for children to read. As an extreme book nerd, this makes me so sad.

Reading is fundamental in today's society. Words (spoken and written) are the building blocks of life. They help us learn new things and develop the imagination.

Passing on my love of reading to Ryder has always been high on our list of priorities. Luckily he hasn't fought us on this at all...

The kid LOVES books.

He searches them out all over the house and carries them to the closest adult begging to be read to. He's definitely my child.

So needless to say, I was thrilled when I learned about Bookroo, a book subscription service for children.

Each month, they deliver an eco-friendly recycled box filled with 2-3 specially selected books.

Their mission is to enable and empower parents and caregivers to build their libraries in an affordable, enjoyable, and stress-free way. They believe in the power of the written word, and that it's never too early to begin reading to a child.


Of course I signed up immediately, and Ryder and I were so excited to receive our very first Bookroo package.

Opening it was so much fun!

This is such an adorable little subscription service, and a family-run business that I'm happy to support. I encourage you to give it a try! Bookroo boxes make wonderful individual or even group baby shower gifts, and are a great way to give someone a monthly reminder of your love.
to receive 20% off your first month's subscription!

It's Ryderoo approved, and we're sure you won't be disappointed! 

“There are many little ways to enlarge your world.  Love of books is the best of all.” — Jacqueline Kennedy

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  1. This sounds like one of the better subscription boxes out there!! I love books and Ellie runs around the house with book in hand yelling "mama mama read read....please!!!" It's adorable. Thanks for sharing!

  2. What a great idea! We could use some new board books around here!

  3. That's amazing! I'm glad that Ryder loves books as much as you do! I wish all kids loved reading that much! :)

  4. oh my goodness, this is AMAZING! We could ALWAYS use more books for Joey!


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