4 Bundles: Quarterly Book Subscription (Pre-paid)
One Year Children’s Book Subscription
Enjoy quarterly deliveries of books for your little one delivered to your door for a year.
Every bundle is worth £29.95 or more, which offers you great discount for the collection of books included.
Get more for less with our Children’s Book Subscription – each bundle includes amazing books hand-picked for your little ones according to their age.
A selection of favourite children’s books hand-picked by us and delivered directly to your door.
Group together to give you amazing value!
These books will be a lovely addition to your collection.
This is a great way to treat your little ones so they can discover new books once in a while.
New Baby – perfect for celebrating a new baby
3-5 Years Old
5-7 Years Old
7-11 Years Old
11-13 Years Old
13+ Years Old
We also have non-subscription and one-off options with no tie in available for you to choose from – check them out HERE.
Nosy Crow is a multi-award-winning, independent children’s publishing company.
They make child-focused, parent-friendly children’s books for ages 0-12 with the aim of creating books that encourage children to read for pleasure.
Good books – great illustration, great design, and really great writing
Creative talent – aim to be nurturing, responsive, speedy and fair
Culture – independent, fast and responsive
Thinking internationally – decades of relationships and friendships in the international world of reading
Doing the right thing – source the suppliers and materials responsibly
Usborne is one of the world’s leading independent children’s book publishers and proud to be a family business. Creating brilliant books for children of all ages and looking after people and the planet while we do so.
They believe in the power of children’s books.
Books open doors to new worlds, allow children to walk in someone else’s footsteps, help them learn new skills, and encourage them to explore new ideas.
For this to be effective, all children – including children of every ethnicity, age and gender – must be able to see themselves in our books, as well as seeing people who are different from them, in many ways.