Through the Letterbox: My Bookish Crate House Pride Box Review

Posted September 5, 2016 by Charlotte in Through the Letterbox / 1 Comment

Welcome to Through the Letterbox. So this  House Pride box is the first ever subscription box that I have ever received and I was super excited to see it in my post box. My Bookish Crate is a bi-monthly subscription book box based in the UK.


The Box:

In each box you can expect:

  • a recently published Young Adult book
  • and 4-5 bookish goodies related to the box’s theme

The box is £28 plus shipping at £3 (if UK based) bringing it to a grand total of £31. The price for the box isn’t unreasonable although I do dislike paying for delivery (it should be included in the price!!). With everything you get though the box is well worth the price.

When I heard that the August theme was Harry Potter House Pride I admittedly signed up. You got to pick your favourite house and that would be the basis for what was inside your box. I picked Gryffindor.


The Unboxing:

On opening the box I found a letter from Hogwarts (which I was super excited for!). A candle from Book & Nook (which smells delicious) and a mystery mini Harry Potter Pop Vinyl (I got Sirius as a wolf).

And then underneath the red packaging was all the other goodies. Including a Copy of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, a Quote page, a Book Mark (from Raquel Leite) and a Tote bag with a Gryffindor Lion (from TJ Lubrano).


Everything in the parcel was gorgeous and well thought out. My favourite would have to be the candle (because it smells divine and looks pretty because of sparkles) and the mystery mini Harry Potter Pop Vinyl  (because it is the first one I own).

I loved everything in this box and highly recommend that any bookworm checks out My Bookish Crate, it is certainly a subscription box I will be keeping my eye on.

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