I know what you’re thinking. I just said the other day that books are terrible gifts. True. They are. I’m not actually recommending you take advantage of this offer. I’m simply bringing it to your attention.
Epic is the name of a monthly e-book subscription service that focuses on children’s books. The age range is 2-12. Typically the cost to subscribe to the service is $4.99 a month, but at the moment you can get a year of unlimited books for $42. Not too shabby.
Of course, there are drawbacks. Limited to the books available through the service. You’ll receive zero physical books. And the name of the service is boring.
I’ve obviously never bought a kid’s book for anyone. But I definitely acknowledge how outrageously priced they are. I mean, people are willing to pay $15 for a book with 20 pages and 100 words! Like, whaa? I’m baffled. So I can understand trying to save some money on those pesky kid’s books. But eh, I don’t think this is some can’t-be-missed deal. It’s okay.
Do you buy kid’s books? Interested in a subscription based service to save a little money?