I received the Pley Disney Princess box free for purposes of my review. All opinions are my own.
First off, my 6yr old was so excited to receive her own pink box in the mail! She couldn’t wait to open it.
One box is $29.99 – including shipping or you can get a subscription for $27.99 a box. Boxes ship every other month so you can send your princess 6 boxes a year.
So, what comes in a princess box? I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I was actually surprised by the quality of the items.
The box transforms into a castle – my kids thought this was so cool!
When you sign up, you give your child’s t-shirt size. This t-shirt is so cute!
The book has a story about the princess and some little activities
The figurines were by far my daughter’s favorite – she combined those with her new castle and has had so much fun!
The crown is beautiful and even has a little rose in the center.
This box contained some really great items that were lots of fun for my daughter to play with. Would my child enjoy a box like this every other month? Yes, she would. Just guessing what princess will come next would be fun and the box items are well selected and so much fun!
I received a digital copy of this book for free to review. Once it’s printed I will be receiving a physical copy as well. Speaking of which, enter the giveaway below for your chance to win a copy of this book, hot off the presses!
Bible Belles’ The Adventure of Rooney Cruz is an original children’s series that presents real life heroes like never before. The series highlights five superhero women of the Bible: Hannah, Esther, Abigail, Ruth and Deborah.
They’re setting out to present women in the Bible in a way that has never been done before to help girls remember their names, their stories, and how special they are.
Esther: The Belle of Patience – by Erin Weidemann is the second in this series. It’s a cute story about a little girl named Rooney who’s struggling with patience. She learns about Esther and the patience she exhibited and how she can apply that to her own life.
This book is great for both my 7yr old and my 5yr old daughters. The 7yr old can easily read this book by herself. It’s a pretty quick read, and she likes shorter books, so this is perfect for her. My 5yr old enjoyed having me read this book to her. Both girls loved the colorful pictures.
The story of Esther was told simply, and in a way that kept the girls interested. And I like that it opens up a good conversation about patience and when it’s a good idea to wait for things instead of demanding that they be done immediately.