Monday, October 30, 2017

Zoobooks Magazine Review

I typically like to give different gifts to my nephews. Something that I know they don't have. Once I gave them all face plates, I've gven lots of money gifts, but fold the money up different ways, one nephew got a scratch board map, and there's more unusual things I've given them.

The latest unusual thing I got to review is Zoobooks Magazine. It really should have an (s) on the end of Magazine because there is more than one of them. One of my nephews is getting the set:

What the Set Included:

Zoobooks really gives a lot of insight into different animals. 

What You Get:
  • Free Poster
  • Free Stickers
  • Free Digital Subscription
  • Zoobies Free Animal Songs and Learning Games!
  • Lots of Stories

Some of the Inside Pages:

I love that they have so many different stories, illustrations, pictures, and games inside the magazines. 

  • I had my nephew Edison in mind to give these to. The age range is 6 and up for Zoobooks! There are 9 issues in all. I let Isaak look them over, and draw from them. I think I'll hand them down to Edison soon enough. He's 3 1/2 now, and time seems to go faster the older I get. When I signed up for the review I had him in mind though. In the meantime Isaak (age 9) can use them to draw from. 

  • They have another magazine called Zootles for ages 3-6. There are 6 issues in all. This is what I should have gotten Edison, but that's alright I have plenty for him. I'm never lacking in gifts for this age. 

  • They have another magazine called Zoobies for ages 0-3. There are 6 issues in all.

Lots of different choices for different ages. 


$19.95 + Shipping and Handling $7.95. I don't think the cost is bad considering all that you get. They do have a great return policy. Kids lot getting things in the mail! 

Did you get a magazine in the mail when you were a kid? I got Cricket and Highlights. 

Disclaimer: I received this set of magazines for the purpose of this review. Zoobooks did not influence me to write a positive review. The opinions in this post are my own. 


Theresa Mahoney said...

I think these make great gifts! Not only are they fun to flip through, they are so educational as well.

mail4rosey said...

Those do look awesome. I always gift books for the holiday, but magazines would be a good idea too!

Mandy said...

That looks like a great educational gift! I seem to remember receiving a similar kind of magazine when I was in elementary school. It was always fun reading them!

~ Noelle said...

I wonder if Broxton would be into these... he loves penguins, but not really into other animals that i know of...


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