What is a Book Subscription?
When you sign up for a Wee Bookworms Book Subscription, you will receive a surprise book every month.
A book subscription is a splendid gift for children and adults alike. It is also a wonderful present to yourself. Perhaps your recipient of the Book Club subscription can never have enough books or perhaps she or he hates reading. Whether the recipient is a reluctant reader or not, Book Subscriptions are a fantastic way of promoting reading in children. Wee Bookworms Book Subscriptions can help to make reading a daily routine!
Our Book Subscription members receive one beautifully wrapped book every month. Even reluctant readers get excited about our book parcels! Furthermore, Book Subscriptions take the hassle out of choosing the perfect books- Our Childhood Education and Literary experts will do this for you.
What makes a Wee Bookworms Book Subscription special?
We, at Wee Bookworms, specialise in children’s and YA Literature as well as antique children’s books. Our Team includes Childhood Education and Literary Experts that are responsible for picking the perfect books for every recipient. Our regular magical book deliveries inspire children to read!
- Our unique Book Subscriptions are personalised. At Checkout you can let us know about the recipient’s interests and preferences. Whether it is dinosaurs or fairies, monsters or animals, we will be able to find the right books!
- The first book delivery includes a gift, a Trainee Wee Bookworm Certificate, and a bookmark.
- Every month, Wee Bookworms Book Club Subscribers receive one hand-picked and beautifully wrapped book.
- It is hassle-free: For our book subscriptions you only need to pay once, either for a 3-, 6- or 12-month subscription.
- Our subscriptions do not auto renew and therefore, there are no hidden costs or fees.
- Wee Bookworms is a family-run business, which means that there is a lot of heart in it.
What are the benefits of reading to children?
A child can never be too young for a good book! Reading to children improves not only their vocabulary and general language skills but also their cognitive abilities. Furthermore, reading helps to create a bond between the reader and the listener. Beautiful illustrations in picture books also provide opportunities for learning about patterns, colours, animals and objects. It also increases older children’s ability to recognise letters. And above all, reading promotes children’s imagination and it enhances their curiosity.