September 2014 Zoobean Review – 6 Year Old Boy + Coupon Code 2


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Zoobean
Cost: $2.99 – $16.95/month (depending on package selected)
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September 2014 Zoobean

September 2014 Zoobean

Zoobean, who kindly sent me this package to review, is a monthly subscription service which helps you build your individual child’s literacy with remarkable children’s books and apps selected just for him or her.  You may select from a monthly book delivery service (from $9.99/month) that gives you one hardcover or paperback book each month, along with an app recommendation + literacy guides or a digital service option (from $2.99/month) and receive weekly personalized app + book recommendations that come with literacy guides.

This selection is for L who is 6 years old.  I also received a book for WB (he’s 2), but I haven’t done that review yet.

September 2014 Zoobean

The Package

Zoobean ships via USPS Media Mail.  Sometimes Media Mail takes over a week to arrive, but this appeared in just a few days.

The Book

September 2014 Zoobean

Henri’s Walk to Paris

L’s book selection this month was Henri’s Walk to Paris (which is selling for $15.11 on Amazon right now) and is yet another book we don’t have!  I don’t know how they do it, but Zoobean consistently selects books and apps that we don’t own.  L’s up-north so he hasn’t read the book yet, but I read it and quite liked it!  I am not familiar with the author (Saul Bass), but from what I am hearing / reading about it, I should be. The illustrations are fabulous and this is a totally timeless book.

The App

Mr. Sandman: Fear of the Dark

Mr. Sandman: Fear of the Dark

Our app selection this month was “Mr. Sandman: Fear of the Dark“.  It’s $3.99 on the App store and I am not sure if we will end up downloading it or not.  I probably end up getting 40%-50% of the apps they recommend for the kids.  I actually get more of the ones recommended for WB than for L because he likes to pick his own apps.

The Zoobean plan I received is $16.95, which includes the monthly hardcover book + the digital reading guide + the app selection and app companion.  If you are interested in just the Digital Service, it’s $2.99/month and you will receive a weekly email that includes an expert created Reading Guide or App Companion along with a book or app recommendation.  And then you can pick up the book at the bookstore or borrow it from your local library!

What do you think of Zoobean?  If you are interested in signing up or just want to learn more, click here! And don’t forget to use the coupon code “BACKTOSCHOOL” to save 20% off your subscription now through Labor Day!

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Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own and no compensation was received.

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2 thoughts on “September 2014 Zoobean Review – 6 Year Old Boy + Coupon Code

  • Candace

    GlamGlow is also on Costco’s website. I didn’t find it in my Costco store, I think it may be online only. They also had an online special for some Whish products for an extra $4 – $10 off through the end if the month.