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When it comes to learning how to read, practice is key – and the Prime Book Box makes it easy.
Depending on the subscription plan, new children’s books are delivered straight to your door every one, two, or three months. But what’s in each box? Either two hardcover books or four board books. And because this is another Prime perk, you’ll be saving 35% off the list price of each book sold. Which gives both you and your reading buddy a reason to jump for joy!
Best of all, this subscription grows up with your child. As of right now, Amazon offers boxes geared toward babies aged 0 to 2 years old, toddlers aged 3 to 5, kids aged 6 to 8, and tweens aged 9 to 12.
Prime Book Box is available exclusively to Amazon Prime members for $22.99/box.
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