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Texts and Tunes: Lollipop Book Club

Reading is sweet! Following this holiday season, I would love to put a moratorium on new toys in my home, but know it would only lead to tons of tears. While my lil ones did receive a few beloved books under the tree, I'm thinking of getting them subscriptions to one of the Lollipop Book Club programs for their birthdays.

More than just a children's book-of-the-month club, Lollipop sends beautifully handcrafted lollipops and personalized notes with each text. Gift-givers select from more than a dozen book packages, such as "Books by Famous People" and "Caldecott Medal Winners," write a personal note that is affixed inside the book and then leave it up to nice people at the club to include an appropriate sucker in the package. Available in three-, six-month and year-long installments, a subscription is a gift that keeps on giving.

To see how the books are packaged,


Sample lollipops to accompany books

Note welcoming recipient to the club


Personalized message placed inside book
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bluepuppybites bluepuppybites 8 years
I don't know this seems super expensive when I can just buy the books and write in my own message (which I usually do). Yea the lollipops are cute but I can get a special looking cookie for $1 at our bakery. I know it's great to get things in the mail and that I think is part of the excitement, but it still seems so much for books and candy.
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