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What a Hoot


OwlCrate

What It Is: For the young(er) reader in your life (or young at heart), OwlCrate is a subscription box service that delivers a hot off the presses YA book, along with a collection of themed items any reader will seriously covet. As you may have guessed, the title of the service is derived from the infamous way of delivering mail in the Harry Potter series, although the themes of each box are quite diverse. From celebrating strong female characters to diving into fun, fantastical books and themes, this is the perfect way to get your favourite young adult reading and sharing their loot with their friends.

Who It’s For: Your niece, to keep her interested in books well past childhood. Your friend, who unabashedly fangirls over YA books. Your child, check out their companion box, OwlCrate Jr.!

What It Costs: $29.99 USD for a single month (expect discounts for advance billing) + about $10 shipping.

Where It’s At: Sign up for OwlCrate here.

BONUS entry into my Brik giveaway – tell me in the comments below, know anyone that would love this box? Have you read much YA fiction (Note: Stuff like The Hunger Games or even Harry Potter totally counts).

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27 Responses to “What a Hoot”
  1. Judy says:

    My neices would love these books. I have not read those books myself.

  2. Perfect for teenage grand nephews and nieces

  3. Victoria Ess says:

    My partner is a huge Harry Potter fan and would love this! I haven’t read the books, but love the YA fantasy films.

  4. Katie says:

    I do like YA books, but probably not enough to order one of these for myself… Maybe for my nephew!

  5. Heather Swanson says:

    My granddaughter would like this.

  6. My sister would like it. Do the Chronicles of Narnia count as YA fiction? I’m just about to read them again. And I did like the Harry Potter series.

  7. aketch says:

    My daughter and niece would love it!

  8. cookie3 says:

    this would be great for my niece.

  9. intensev5 says:

    My daughter loves YA fiction books. I do too!!

  10. Susan says:

    My niece is a huge Harry Potter fan and fits the YA demographic. I think she would love this gift!

  11. Giselle says:

    My daughter would totally fan girl this! Great idea!

  12. Amy Doyle says:

    I would even love this for myself.

  13. Joan G. says:

    Both my grandkids are avid readers.

  14. AliKira says:

    I would love this. I love to read YA and have just begun a reread of Harry Potter recently with friends.

  15. Alison K says:

    BONUS Brick by Brik ENTRY: I know my friend’s kids would love this box as they are avid readers. I haven’t read much lately 😦

  16. Anne Derkat says:

    My grandkids would love this.

  17. baylou says:

    Yes, l know folks who’d enjoy this. No, l’ve not read much YA myself.

  18. Kim K says:

    Yes, I know a few people who would enjoy this box.

  19. janicour says:

    I bought this for a teenage Niece for Christmas. Such a great way to promote reading.

  20. CL Chin says:

    no, i hardly get a chance to read but i do love the movies that have spun out from the YA novels like Twilight and The Hunger Games. I think my niece would enjoy this box as she is an avid reader!

  21. aly3360 says:

    I had owl crate for a while and it was excellent. It’s a little out of my budget right now, but I deffinitely want to re-subscribe at some point. My sisters would love it too!!

  22. beewbedard says:

    my bff’s daughter would love this

  23. william fraser says:

    my mom!!!

  24. Victoria Ess says:

    My bff would love this! She’s a huge HP fan!

  25. Denae Boucher says:

    I would love this! Still love YA books.

  26. katydidit21 says:

    My niece would love this.

  27. Mary Danieli says:

    The kids at my old school would love these. I recently read Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. Loved it. Go YA fiction.

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