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Reading Rainbow: 9 Children’s Books For Under $5


I was perusing BookOutlet.com the other day, which offers killer deals on all KINDS of books, but I was particularly struck by their children’s book selections. While kids can tend to obsess over one thing for awhile, I also know encouraging them to read lots is great at a young age.

What’s extra cool is all of these books are classic tales you know and love, brought to life in creative ways by today’s picture book authors. Pick one, pick five, they’re all so affordable you can build a stellar kid’s library in no time!

Note: All prices are in USD, but shipping is actually pretty reasonable to Canada!

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From L to R, Top to Bottom

Ninja Red Riding Hood – $3.49

The Three Billy Goats Gruff – $3.99

The Ugly Duckling – $2.99

Rapunzel – $1.99

Goldi Rocks & The Three Bears – $3.99

Snow White – $1.99

Jack: The True Story of Jack and the Beanstalk – $1.74

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland – $1.49

Brave Chicken Little – $3.99

Books, as you all know, make a wonderful gift any time of year, but here’s a few ways you could use these lovely little reads as gifts this year:

  • Children’s birthdays
  • Stocking stuffers
  • Donation to your library or a refugee family
  • Party favours
  • Lending library amongst friends
  • Grandkids visits

And more! Shoot me a note in the comments below for a bonus entry into this month’s Fairy Tale Endings giveaway – what kids’ books from this list would you love to gift? To who?

 

 

 

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23 Responses to “Reading Rainbow: 9 Children’s Books For Under $5”
  1. Heather Swanson says:

    I would give Brave Chicken Little & Ugly Duckling to my niece Harlow

  2. Jordan w says:

    Snow White. To our child due In July!

  3. Anne Derkat says:

    I’d gift Snow White and Alice in Wonderland to the young daughter of the wonderful lady who cleans our building.

  4. aketch says:

    Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland would make a great gift for my niece.

  5. Lindsey says:

    Alice’s adventures in wonderland would make a great gift for my friends kid!

  6. intensev5 says:

    I really like the Ninja Red Riding Hood for my niece

  7. Judy says:

    I know to little boys who love books and are adventurous, they would like Jack.

  8. tammy ta says:

    I would love to gift all of these books to the little ones I babysit-they love having new books to enjoy.

  9. jared says:

    would love to read all these books to my son, but i am sure he would love to read Jack

  10. Agnes Marshall says:

    My grandson would be thrilled to get all of these books but I’d love to gift him with a copy of “The Three Billy Goats Gruff”.

  11. Mary Danieli says:

    I`d love to gift Ninja Red Riding Hood to Adam, my BFF`s 8-year-old. He is just starting to really get into reading.

  12. Lorna says:

    Love them all, but narrow down to Brave Chicken Little & Ugly Duckling. Give to grandkids

  13. cookie3 says:

    Three Billy Goats Gruff would be perfect for my nephew, Oscar.

  14. Joan G. says:

    I would choose Snow white for my granddaughter.

  15. Alison K says:

    BONUS Fairy Tale Endings ENTRY: from this list, I would love to gift Ninja Red Riding Hood – $3.49 to my little niece. Thanks

  16. Susan says:

    My granddaughter would love Rapunzel and Snow White!

  17. Alice in wonderland is so surreal

  18. AliKira says:

    Ninja Red Riding Hood!!

  19. marie s says:

    my daughter and I would enjoy goldi rocks and the three bears

  20. Kelly H says:

    i think alice in wonderland and Jack would be my favourites and would make great gifts for some cuties i know.

  21. katydidit21 says:

    I would love to give Ninja Red Riding Hood and Brave LIttle Chicken to my partner’s granddaughter,

  22. Denae Boucher says:

    I would love to gift them all to my nephew.

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