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Story Box Review: April

Sunday, April 28, 2019

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We have been subscribed to The Story Box for a few months now and so far our family has been very pleased thus far. I started researching various children’s subscription book boxes back in November (as a Christmas gift idea) to see what one would be best for our family and for our budget. 

My middle child, Talan, has a severe speech delay and struggles with some cognitive development skills. We have seen vast improvement this year with his speech now that he has started kindergarten and has gotten speech lessons at school. I decided on the Story Box because it was created by a speech pathologist. Every month there's a new challenge to accomplish with the materials and so far my children have responded well to those challenges. 


Mommies Are Amazing 
By Meredith Costain 

This book is such a sweet book. Mommy cats and their kittens take a leading role as mother's of all kinds are celebrated in this tale. The focal point is on the beautiful bond between mother and child. The cadence is gentle and rhythmic and is easy for babies or toddlers to follow along. 

My daughter is obsessed with cats; she very happy to see a book in the box with her favorite animal. This book would be a great addition to any at home library. 


When You're Feeling Sick 
By Cole Bowles (Guitarist from Grammy Award Winning Zac Brown Band) 

This book was very fitting this month since all three of our kids had horrific colds and allergies. It's a picture book that had my kids laughing-out-loud with its hilarious pictures and encouraging; although super-silly rhythming advice about the do's and don'ts of what to do when you're sick. It focuses on how to deal with a sick day in a positive way. It also comes with a sheet of stickers to brighten a sick kid's day.  


If you are looking for an educational box for your kids, I highly recommend that you join The Story Box. Use code TAKESIX to get $6 OFF YOUR ORDER






Thanks for visiting. Until next time my friends. 


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