Kids reading next to a bookshelf with Bookroo books
Award-Winning

Book Clubs For Kids

Like you, we believe in the life-changing impact of reading!
Get a boxGive a gift
Need help ordering? Call 385-355-7020

Kids Book Clubs

Ages 0-3

Board Book Club

  • 3 board books per box
  • Designed for the youngest readers with a focus on first concepts and simple stories
  • Each book typically has 8-14 sturdy pages
  • As low as $19.95/box*
Get started
Ages 3-6

Picture Book Club

  • 2 hardcover picture books per box
  • Perfect for reading aloud on a lap or for young readers just learning to read
  • Each story book typically has 32-40 pages
  • As low as $21.95/box*
Get started
Ages 7-10

Junior Chapter Book Club

  • 2 hardcover chapter books per box
  • For readers ready to advance from early reader books to longer stories
  • Books typically have 120-280 pages
  • As low as $21.95/box*
Get started
Ages 9-12

Middle Grade Book Club

  • 2 chapter books per box
  • For readers ready for longer, more complex stories
  • Books typically have 250 - 350 pages
  • Not part of the Bookroo Collection Editions
  • As low as $21.95/box*
Get started

Why Choose Bookroo to Send You Books

#1

Curated Books from Publishers

Selecting books is our #1 priority. We filter through thousands of books to send you our favorites. After years of sending monthly boxes, the message from our subscribers is loud and clear—they love our curation!

4.99 avg. rating on Reviews.io
600,000+ books delivered
#2

Beautiful, Custom Edition Designs

Our books are specialty printed and exclusive to our subscribers. The books’ custom spines and uniform height make for a beautiful shelf experience you'll want to display prominently in your home, keeping story time front of mind.

Limited edition books
Designed by experts
#3

Save Time & Money

Not only are our books expertly curated and beautifully designed, but you can also save up to 47% off retail when you subscribe. Prioritize your kids' reading with a fresh set of books each month.

Yours to keep. No hidden fees.
Save up to 47% off retail
#4

Integrated with our Digital Book Platform

Each book we send integrates with our online digital book platform. Learn more about the authors and illustrators, take quizzes, record reading, unlock digital rewards and get personalized recommendations.

30,000+ books on our platform
Save up to 47% Off
Join a club
Cancel anytime

How It Works

  1. 1.
    Receive monthly book deliveries. Our delightful book deliveries make books and reading exciting for your child.
  2. 2.
    Spend more time reading. Fresh reading material + more free time for reading = best decision ever.
  3. 3.
    Grow a beautiful library. As you stay subscribed, our Bookroo Collection Editions help you grow a beautiful library.
Get a box
Flexible Delivery Schedule
Cancel Anytime
100% Satisfaction Guarantee

30,000+ Happy Readers!

We know what books kids and parents will love.
Social media image of Bookroo
Social media image of Bookroo

I have purchased several Bookroo subscriptions. It’s the easiest and best present to give to littles and their parents enjoy getting new books every month.

RO
Raven O
Get started

How We Select
Children’s Books

Most people are only familiar with a small number of children’s books—classics from their own childhoods or a few top sellers. While these titles can be terrific, they’re also a very limited part of the wonderful universe of children’s books.

We wanted to find and send books beyond this small handful, so we created the world’s largest platform dedicated entirely to children’s books to discover amazing books by talented authors and illustrators that will become treasured favorites. We call these books our “hidden gems,” and we help families fill their bookcases with them.

Through our platform, we have access to thousands and thousands of children’s books. We combine this broad reach with in-depth reviews, ratings, and feedback from parents, kids, educators, and experts with decades of experience to finalize each month’s book selections.

Here are a few of our favorite books from past boxes to help you have confidence in our book curation and get a feel for the types of books you can expect to receive in your monthly deliveries.

Board Books We've Sent

For kids ages 0-3
One House
One House
Written by Sarah MacNeill
  • board Book
Crabs with clipboards and bears who build are some of the animals who come together in One House to DIY a new home from start to finish for their friend. Plans are drafted, holes are dug, and construction begins! This board book will delight little ones with its quirky illustrations and rhyming countdown. With teamwork, generosity and some special skills, it’s amazing what these critters can accomplish!
I'll Love You Till the Cows Come Home
I'll Love You Till the Cows Come Home
Written by Kathryn Cristaldi & illustrated by Kristyna Litten
  • board Book
I will love you till the cows come home from a trip to Mars through skies unknown in a rocket ship made of glass and stone. I will love you till the cows come home. Love knows no bounds in this lyrical, gentle lullaby, a tender tribute to the depths of family love. Filled with warm, funny art, I’ll Love You Till the Cows Come Home is a perfect read-aloud for curling up with your little one at the end of the day . . . or anytime you want to express just how much you love them.
Not Quite Black and White
Not Quite Black and White
Written by Jonathan Ying & illustrated by Victoria Ying
  • board Book
Silly animals star in this lively board book that introduces colors in a unique and catchy way. Have you ever seen a zebra wearing pink polka dots? Or a penguin with bright yellow boots? Brother and sister team Jonathan and Victoria Ying present these surprisingly colorful animals and more in this clever celebration of colors.
Sunrise, Moonrise
Sunrise, Moonrise
Written and illustrated by Betsy Thompson
  • board Book
Day turns into night and some animals drift to sleep while others spring to life in this beautiful high-contrast board book. Sun rises. Bird sings. And so the day begins in this beautifully simple board book with bold artwork and lyrical text that shows us the passing of time in the day. Fish swim under a blue sky, squirrels dream as the sun sets, the moon rises as stars blink, and an owl hoots when night falls. With word repetition and a single tree that houses both the bird who sings as the sun rises and the owl who hoots after the moon rises, little ones can begin to understand that the day begins and ends in the same way.
0-3
Years Old
Board Book Club
Get started

Picture Books We've Sent

For kids ages 3-6
Fox and the Bike Ride
Fox and the Bike Ride
Written and illustrated by Corey R. Tabor
  • picture Book
Fun-loving, mischievous Fox from Fox and the Jumping Contest is back in this charming and hilarious tale of friendship, adventure–and snacks.It’s the day of the animals’ annual bike ride, and Fox is not excited. Every year it’s the same old, same old. Fox wants adventure. He wants action-adventure. He wants danger-action-adventure! (And snacks too, of course.) So he secretly schemes to make this the most unforgettable trip ever–and his friends are coming along, whether they want to or not!
Sheep Dog and Sheep Sheep
Sheep Dog and Sheep Sheep
Written and illustrated by Eric Barclay
  • picture Book
An accidental-friendship story packed with humor from author-illustrator Eric Barclay Sheep is an expert at protecting sheep—or so she thinks until one happy afternoon when she bumps into a very hairy someone on the farm. “Who are you?” she asks. “I’m the sheep dog!” the someone says. “I watch the sheep.” Holy begonia! Sheep knows this can’t be right. After all, she’s the pro! So Sheep goes off to get everything Sheep Dog needs to get the job done, but each time she goes, something almost happens to Sheep… And it’s Sheep Dog who saves the day! For fans of Goodnight Already! by Jory John, You Will Be My Friend! by Peter Brown, and Little Blue Truck by Alice Schertle, this hilarious and tender friendship story proves that even the best watchers must look out for one another.
Blown Away
Blown Away
Written and illustrated by Rob Biddulph
  • picture Book
Come on an unexpected journey with a fearless blue penguin in Rob Biddulph’s debut picture book, Blown Away. In this brilliantly captivating and gloriously illustrated story, a brave young penguin takes a kite flight to a tropical paradise. But in the end, he realizes that home is where his igloo is.
Pokko and the Drum
Pokko and the Drum
Written and illustrated by Matthew Forsythe
  • picture Book
From E.B. White Read Aloud honor artist Matthew Forsythe comes a picture book about a magical drum, an emerald forest, and the little frog who dares to make her own music. The biggest mistake Pokko’s parents ever made was giving her the drum. When Pokko takes the drum deep into the forest it is so quiet, so very quiet that Pokko decides to play. And before she knows it she is joined by a band of animals —first the raccoon, then the rabbit, then the wolf—and soon the entire forest is following her. Will Pokko hear her father’s voice when he calls her home? Pokko and the Drum is a story about art, persistence, and a family of frogs living in a mushroom.

Junior Books We've Sent

For kids ages 7-10
The Land of Roar
The Land of Roar
Written by Jenny McLachlan & illustrated by Ben Mantle
  • junior Book
Everyone remembers their secret imaginary world…but what if you discovered that yours was real? When Arthur and Rose were little, they were the heroes of Roar, a magical world they invented where the wildest creations of their imaginations roamed. Now that they’re eleven, Roar is just a distant memory. But it hasn’t forgotten them. When their grandfather is spirited away into Roar by the villain who still haunts their nightmares, Arthur and Rose must go back to the world they’d almost left behind. And when they get there, they discover that Grandad isn’t the only one who needs their help. This enchanting, action-packed novel is perfect for readers who’ve always dreamed of exploring Narnia and Neverland.–Booklist
Ra the Mighty: Cat Detective
Ra the Mighty: Cat Detective
Written by A. B. Greenfield & illustrated by Sarah Horne
  • junior Book
An egotistical royal cat and his dung beetle sidekick track a jewelry thief in this hilarious new series set in ancient Egypt. Nominated for an Edgar Award! Can a lazy cat and a dung-obsessed beetle really crack a mystery? Ra relishes his role as the Pharaoh’s beloved–and spoiled–cat. So when an amulet goes missing from the palace, Ra plans to keep enjoying his snacks and nap in the sun. But Ra’s friend Khepri, a wise and industrious scarab beetle, insists on investigating in order to save the young servant girl who has been framed for the crime. Once Ra gets going, he decides that being a Great Detective isn’t so bad; in fact, he doesn’t mind being hailed as “Protector of the Weak and Defender of Justice.” The comically mismatched duo is on the case! Wacky illustrations with fun historical details bring these oddball characters to life. Includes a glossary, pronunciation guide, and detailed author’s note. “An ingenious mystery full of entertaining details for fans of ancient Egypt.”–Paula Harrison, author of the Rescue Princesses series
The Word Eater
The Word Eater
Written by Mary Amato & illustrated by Christopher Ryniak
  • junior Book
Life is miserable for sixth grader Lerner Chanse at her new shool, where the MPOOE (Most Powerful Ones On Earth) Club ruthlessly rules over the SLUGs (Sorry Losers Under Ground). It looks as if Lerner is destined to be a SLUG, until she finds a magical worm that eats printed words instead of dirt. If Fip eats a word, that item simply disappears from the world – forever.
Kenny & the Dragon
Kenny & the Dragon
Written and illustrated by Tony DiTerlizzi
  • junior Book
What do you do when your new best buddy has been designated a scourge by the community and marked for imminent extermination? Just ask Kenny Rabbit. When the simple folks in the sleepy little village of Roundbrook catch wind that there’s a dragon running loose in the countryside, they get the wrong idea and the stage is set for a fight to the death. So it’s up to Kenny to give his neighbors front-row seats to one of the best-known battles in history – the legendary showdown between St. George and the dragon – without losing a friend in the fray.

Middle Grade Books We've Sent

For kids ages 9-12
Mr. Lemoncello and the Titanium Ticket
Mr. Lemoncello and the Titanium Ticket
  • middle grade Book
Welcome! For the first time, you are invited INSIDE Mr. Lemoncello’s one-of-a-kind Gameworks Factory in book five of the fun-filled, action-packed bestselling series from the much-loved coauthor of the I Funny and Max Einstein series! Now with a brand-new look packed with shelf and kid appeal! Far away from his magical library, everyone’s favorite game maker, Luigi Lemoncello, is building something new. Something SECRET. And he’s about to let the world see it. He’ll reveal that hidden deep within the Lemoncello-tastic new building is a single ticket. A titanium ticket. Four lucky boys and girls are about to win the chance to go inside the building on a spectacular scavenger hunt that will take them through bigger-than-life live-action games–towering, skyscraper-size Jenga; dizzying real-life Chutes and Ladders; death-defying games of Rush Hour; plus ball pit moats and more! Each game will get the players closer to the titanium ticket. But the real secret? Mr. Lemoncello is thinking about his legacy, and whichever player finds the ticket will be the first to win a spot in an elite group of kids who will compete in the next books to win Mr. Lemoncello’s ENTIRE EMPIRE!
The Verdigris Pawn
The Verdigris Pawn
Written by Alysa Wishingrad
  • middle grade Book
A boy who underestimates his power . . . A girl with a gift long thought lost . . . A Land ready for revolution . . . The heir to the Land should be strong. Fierce. Ruthless. At least, that’s what Beau’s father has been telling him his whole life, since Beau is the exact opposite of what the heir should be. With little control over his future, Beau is kept locked away, just another pawn in his father’s quest for ultimate power.That is, until Beau meets a girl who shows him the secrets his father has kept hidden. For the first time, Beau begins to question everything he’s ever been told and sets off in search of a rebel who might hold the key to setting things right. Teaming up with a fiery runaway boy, their mission quickly turns into something far greater as sinister forces long lurking in the shadows prepare to make their final move–no matter what the cost. But it just might be Beau who wields the power he seeks . . . if he can go from pawn to player before the Land tears itself apart.
Twelve Nights
Twelve Nights
Written by Andrew Zurcher
  • middle grade Book
A magical tale of imagination, adventure, and the power of storytelling, perfect for fans of The Golden Compass and A Wrinkle in Time. Kay’s father has gone missing on Christmas Eve! And when Kay and her sister Ell go to his office, everyone he works with claims never to have heard of him. So later that evening, when Kay wakes up to find two mysterious strangers outside her bedroom window, talking about her father and looking for the last remnants of his existence, she demands to know what’s happened to her dad. The two strangers, Flip and Will, are wraiths, on a mission to bring Kay and Ell’s father to their world–the world of woven stories and grand imagination that their father has spent his career studying. Only things in that world have gone very wrong, and the Bride of Bithynia, the only being who can set things right, is nowhere to be found. Can Kay and Ell find their father and join Flip and Will in a centuries-old battle to save the world? Debut author Andrew Zurcher has created a world as captivating as Lyra’s Oxford and Alice’s Wonderland in this spellbinding quest of a novel. Praise for Twelve Nights * Debut author Zurcher writes with surety and panache . . . a superb adventure. –Booklist, STARRED REVIEW One for the bookshelf of any fantasy enthusiast. –Kirkus Reviews
Otto Tattercoat and the Forest of Lost Things
Otto Tattercoat and the Forest of Lost Things
Written by Matilda Woods
  • middle grade Book
From a masterful storyteller comes an adventure filled with magic and mischief, courage and family. Perfect for fans of The Penderwicks and the Brothers Grimm fairy tales. In the city of Hodorf, the Tattercoats live by a strict code. Only steal what you need, don’t leave a trace of yourself behind, and if another Tattercoat is in trouble, you must always help them out. These are the rules that guide Nim’s life as she and her rat, Nibbles, live on the streets and the rooftops of the only place she’s ever called home. So when a new boy named Otto comes to town and gets caught up in the devious plottings of a former Tattercoat who’s fallen from grace, Nim takes it upon herself to come to Otto’s rescue. But Otto isn’t the only one who needs help: The days in Hodorf have been growing progressively shorter and darker since the legendary sundragons went extinct. The air is getting colder, hope is waning, and it won’t be long until the freeze grows so bone-deep that the chimneys the Tattercoats use for warmth at night will no longer suffice. With things growing more dire, Nim sets off into the murky woods surrounding the city, searching for Otto–and for answers. With this story of magic, wonder, adventure, and smarts, Matilda firmly establishes herself as a powerful voice in the middle-grade space. Praise for Otto Tattercoat and the Forest of Lost Things * An engrossing tale…Both charming and wise. –Kirkus Reviews, starred review Woods fills her tale with vivid settings–a Dickensian atmosphere, a fairyland forest–and touching teamwork, and Otto’s fortitude makes for a winning read. –Publishers Weekly [A] frosty tale of magic and bravery. –Booklist

Common Questions

A note from Rebecca, Jane, & Tiffany, the bibliophiles who started this thing.

We started Bookroo with a simple, powerful goal: to help parents spend more time reading with their children. We do this through affordable and exciting curated monthly book deliveries. We believe in the life-changing impact of reading with a child—it’s never too early or late to start! We’re happy you’re here, and can’t wait to hear what you think.

Get a box

Bookroo

  • About Us
  • Blog
  • FAQs
  • Help Center
  • Contact Us
  • Affiliates

Book Clubs

Follow Bookroo