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I wish I could explain to you guys how much Nash loves books. I kid you not when I tell you he falls asleep with about 5 books every night all over his bed. Obviously he has no idea how to read yet, but he loves to look at all of the pictures, tell us what things are and study the pages. It’s so interesting to me to see his little personality peek through like this and learn his individual loves and favorite things. I can’t wait to see if he continues to love books as he gets older or if he ends up and avid reader, I swear we all end up somewhat doing or loving as a hobby things we studied and dove into as kids, ya know? For example, I loved drawing, writing and creating as a kid, I still do and well, look what I do for a job now. Life is crazy, isn’t it?
Anyways, so you get the point, eh? We good book and if you haven’t heard of Literati Kids, listen on up! We’ve actually done it for a while, since we lived back in Idaho. The setup is perfect because if you’re anything like we are, we have quite a few books but we also love new ones and tend to get duplicates. Which is what makes their set up perfect. They send you five books a month, you keep what you love and then you send back what you don’t with their prepaid shipping label they include. Easy as that – see what I am saying? And each book is hand picked for you and your personal goals/age range that you set your subscription up for.
I’m linking their site, here, for you so you can click over and check it out. And here’s a breakdown of how it works:
They also recently launched a new collaboration with the Met Museum and we just got the box. It includes the Lost in the Museum book, which honestly I was a little worried would only be a good fit for Blake but it turns out they literally knocked it out of the park with this book because it’s totally made for a wide range of ages. We have the educational aspect and focus on art, with reading and a fun story line, but it also includes a cute little look and find throughout the book which Nash is obsessed with. In fact he brings me the book daily now and says “find hat”, which he now knows exactly what page and where it’s “hiding”. Love that kid. But on the other end, it’s been so good for Blake too because we will read it together, she reads what she can and I read the other and she has been asking questions nonstop, which I love! It also totally makes my history teacher husband so happy too – he’s all about history and culture 😉
Anyways, I love that they teamed up with The Met Museum to bring awareness to history, art and culture while keeping it fun and kid friendly. I honestly cannot recommend them enough, so again, linking their website, here so you can run over and check them out.