Books As Easter Treats

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If there’s a gift-giving opportunity in our house, there will be books. Birthday? Books. Christmas? Books. Random reason to celebrate? Books. And so of course this Easter, there are books! 

Along with chocolate and eggs, the kids have had reading treats to enjoy, and I’m thinking it will keep them busy through the rest of the holidays.

One of my favourite things about books is that there are so many to choose from. We won’t ever run out of reading new stories and there’s a genre to suit every taste or mood.

This is why I’m always happy to work with Books2Door, they can supply us all with near endless amounts of books. They have a huge range on offer and regularly get new books in, so there’s plenty to choose from.

This Easter, I’ve chosen a boxset for both of the kids, some books for my niece and naturally I needed some for myself too. I can’t miss a new book opportunity!

My daughter and I watched and enjoyed the film Moxie a while ago, so when I spotted that book along with others from Jennifer Mathieu, I knew they’d be perfect for her.

My girl gets through sets like this very quickly, so it’s good to keep topping her up and introducing her to new authors. 

My son’s recently been asking about The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings so it seemed like the perfect boxset to get him.

I remember reading these books when I was around his age, so I am hoping he’ll enjoy them too. 

Once he’s read them, we can embark on watching the films, have a movie marathon.

For my niece, I’ve chosen some cute Easter activity books, as I love a themed activity book.

It’s a set of two, and I thought these would be perfect to go along with her egg. 

I remember my two at her age loving sticker and activity books so I’m sure she’ll have fun with these.

And I treated myself to some Nora Roberts books, the Chesapeake Bay series

I’ve read many Nora Roberts’ books and series, and they never disappoint me so I’m looking forward to curling up with these. 

If you’d like to try Books2Door, you can shop through their website or you can get the Books2Door app from Google Play or the App Store and you’ll get 10% off when you install the app.
Just search for ‘Books2door’ and it’ll pop up for you. 

If you’re a regular book-buyer, there is a loyalty scheme for customers, Book Points, where you’ll receive points for every pound spent and you can redeem them against your next order. There’s also a £5 off offer for each of you when you refer a friend. I do like getting rewarded for recommending bookish things!

As I’ve mentioned before, Books2Door have also got a delivery service which is well worth a look if you’re like us and are often buying books. 

They offer a PLUS+ delivery service, with both Silver and Gold membership options.

You can pay an annual fee for all of your delivery costs, you just need to add your chosen membership to your cart when buying books to get going with this. Choose from:

PLUS+ SILVER = Pay a £6.95 one-off fee and get all orders delivered for the next 12 months (standard shipping, 3-5 working days)

PLUS+ GOLD = Pay a £9.95 one-off fee and get all orders delivered for the next 12 months (express shipping, 1-2 working days)

The kids and I are all stocked up with books for the holidays, and we’ve plenty of chocolate to keep us happy too. What more could we want?!

What books do you have your eye on?

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