March 2019 “Birds of a Feather” OwlCrate Jr. Unboxing #owlcrateJR #childrensbooks #unboxing @owlcratejr

I’m back to share our March Owlcrate Jr. unboxing! I wasn’t able to share February’s box because the bath bomb was taken out and used before I had a chance to take pictures of everything. It turned out to be a fun box and you should be able to check their website if you’d like to take a look at February’s contents. Here’s what we received for March…

March’s Theme is: “Birds of a Feather”

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Spoiler Card & Owlcrate Jr. Magazine

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Plush Owl by Fiesta -This owl is too cute and everyone wants it, including me!

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Bird Keychain and Pin

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Flamingo Pen

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Scented scratch sticker pack: Tropical Birds

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National Geographic Ultimate Explorer Field Guide: Birds

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Book blurb:

This fun, photo-filled, and fact-packed bird guide will make kids Stop! Look! and Listen! to find the feathered friends right in their own backyards. From ducks to hawks, sparrows to sandpipers, kids will learn how, where, and when to spot birds all over the United States. With tons of info and interactivity prompts, it’s the perfect companion for bakyard or field trip, camping or vacation. Durable and portable, it’s just right for pocket or backpack 


The Simple Art of Flying by Cory Leonardo + letter from the author and signed bookplate

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Book blurb:

Quirky characters, plucky humor, and a heartwarming message come together in this big-hearted debut novel about friendship and the true meaning of family.

Sometimes flying means keeping your feet on the ground…

Born in a dismal room in a pet store, Alastair the African grey parrot dreams of escape to bluer skies. He’d like nothing more than to fly away to a palm tree with his beloved sister, Aggie. But when Aggie is purchased by twelve-year-old Fritz, and Alastair is adopted by elderly dance-enthusiast and pie-baker Albertina Plopky, the future looks ready to crash-land.

In-between anxiously plucking his feathers, eating a few books, and finding his own poetic voice, Alastair plots his way to a family reunion. But soon he’s forced to choose between the life he’s always dreamed of and admitting the truth: that sometimes, the bravest adventure is in letting go.


Sneak peek card for next month’s box…

The theme for April is:

“Crack the Code”

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That’s all for the March box! Overall, the kids were happy with everything in the box this month. This box was a little harder to share due to some of the items (especially the little plush owl), but it all worked out okay.

Thanks for checking out our OwlCrate Jr. unboxing! Do you have any book box subscriptions to share? Feel free to leave thoughts and suggestions below.

❤ Mischenko

36 thoughts on “March 2019 “Birds of a Feather” OwlCrate Jr. Unboxing #owlcrateJR #childrensbooks #unboxing @owlcratejr

      1. I am all over the place with my subscriptions… lol I switched from Owlcrate to Owlcrate Jr and now I am taking a break from them both. I actually read the Simple Art Of Flying on Netgalley though before I got the crate. 😆

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        1. Oh, okay! I didn’t realize it was on NG. I used to get just Owlcrate too, but I wasn’t using all the stuff, so I canceled it. I love the pen too. Overall, this was a neat boc and the kids like it. Glad you liked the book! 💕

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    1. It is really fun, Jessica. I used to get the regular Owlcrate which was YA and always enjoyed it, but I wasn’t using all the items. There are many exclusive covers with the original owlcrate though! Hope you enjoy it if you try it. 💕

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    1. starjustin

      I love the owl too! Is everyone going to share him? Lol. The bird guide looks great too. So much fun and learning for kids. Especially now that spring is here. 🙂

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  1. What an amazing box. Your kids must have been thrilled. I would love to get a subscription for my grandson, but I am not sure about getting them in Canada. I will have to investigate this a bit more.

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    1. They’ve enjoyed having these. I’m not sure if we’ll keep it up through the whole year or not. There are so many book boxes. I do wonder which would be available in Canada. I’ve always liked the Fairy Loot boxes, but I think those are in Europe and shipping is too high. Thanks, Carla. 😉

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