WILF Books Subscription – Review & Win

WILF Books are a monthly subscription service which sends children a box of books (minimum of three) to enjoy, love and encourage their reading skills with.  The box can be tailored to your child’s age and tastes, so if there are any themes they don’t like you can excluded them.  The books can be fiction or non-fiction and are uniquely chosen for each child.

wp_20161124_12_36_42_pro The books come well presented and individually wrapped up with a cute note and sticker.  This all adds to the excitement when the child opens it up and they are eager to see what books are inside.  Also included is a freepost envelope where you can return any books that have been read or any from your child’s own collection that they no longer want.  As long as they are in good condition they will be recycled in other boxes so that more children can get enjoyment from them. The more you do this, the more likely that extra books will be included in your future boxes.


We received three books all well suited to my 8yr old Miss M:

  • Atticus Claw Goes Ashore – Jennifer Gray
  • Darcy Burdock – Laura Dockrill
  • Gilbert the Great – Jane Clarke & Charles Fuge

Miss M was happy with all of her books and soon got down to reading them at bedtime.  They are all books she could enjoy and read at her leisure and she really enjoyed receiving the bundle of books. The idea of a subscription is a great idea for a gift for a child and something they can look forward to each month.


For one lucky reader I can offer a one month subscription box from WILF Books, just fill in the Gleam form below:

WILF Books

All reviews are my own and my family’s opinions and we received the product in order to write an honest review.



160 thoughts on “WILF Books Subscription – Review & Win

  1. Im entering to win this for my great niece in South Africa (her birthday is in February); I know she loves reading and learning about animals. I send her National Geographic Kids each month and she loves to share all the info she gets.

  2. At the moment my grand-daughter loves a book called short stories about mermaids, but that may change when we visit the bookshop this week.

  3. there are far to many that me and my children love to share, one favourite would be i love you forever – a beautiful bedtime story book

  4. The current favourite in our house is ‘The Gruffalo’, my daughter joins in with a lot of it as she has learnt it by heart!

  5. My favourite children’s book was The Secret Garden – really captured my imagination and made me want to write my own stories

  6. Oh goodness I don’t have one particular favourite. I loved The BFG and George’s Marvelous Medicine by Roald Dahl, from my childhood. But we love all Julia Donaldson and David Williams for reading with my daughter. So many fabulous children’s books around.

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