Fububox: A Book Subscription For Little Readers- Thoughts and Review

“The simplest way of making sure we raise literate children is to show them that reading is a pleasurable activity. And that means, finding them books that they enjoy, giving them access to those books and letting them read them.”

– Neil Gaiman

I’ve grown up loving books. My dad was a writer and his articles used to be published in a renowned newspaper every week for almost a decade. This is one of the reasons why I still prefer spending on book over food any day. They say, children are made readers on the lap of their parents and I can’t agree more!

When I was expecting, I made sure to read a lot and I also researched on which books to buy for my little one. I purchased my daughter’s first set of books when she was a month and half old and I did make some good choices- except, I got all paperbacks. Little did I know that this little squish of mine will grow up too soon to tear the pages down. The first set was in pieces within 4-5 months. I learnt the hard way that it is board books that’s advisable for kids under 2. Similarly, it took me a while and a lot of trial and error to understand what author and category I should consider for my little reader.

I’m often asked by parents regarding which books to buy for their kids and honestly, answering that question in one sentence is difficult. There are a ton of factors based on which books can be purchased- like for example, age of the child, language preferences, topic of interest, budget and reading level.

I always wondered, why don’t we have Indian subscription service of books for babies like they have in several developed countries.

Well, I was wrong because there already existed one- FubuBox! ๐Ÿ˜Š

One day, I was browsing through my Instagram feed and I bumped into one of their posts. I instantly got in touch with them and got one box customised for my girl. It reached my doorstep in a couple of days and we were pleasantly surprised.

Here’s what we received:

  • A board book titled ‘Here Comes the Dinosaur’
  • A slide and pull book titled ‘Busy Vet’ by Rod Campbell
  • And a paperback titled โ€™The Crocodile Who Didn’t Like Water’
  • A pack of play-doh

What I love about FubuBox?

  • They ask you to fill a form to know the age and also understand the interest of the child
  • The books are then chosen by an expert panel based on your answers
  • They select only those books which are written by well known authors across the globe
  • They pick books from various genres to add variety to your child’s reading experience
  • They not just send books, but also a surprise gift along with the package ๐Ÿ™‚
  • They’re extremely approachable and genuinely helpful.


  • They currently cater to 0-6 year olds
  • They have three plans- 3 months, 6 months and 12 months
  • They also design one time birthday box and gift boxes
  • They make customized return boxes too

Click here to directly reach their website and here to check their Instagram page.

Thanks for stopping by and reading!


P.S. This is a sponsored post. All the images used are mine and the opinions are genuine by all means

15 thoughts on “Fububox: A Book Subscription For Little Readers- Thoughts and Review

  1. A subscription box for books is a wonderful idea and a great way to present a variety of books to kids at an affordable rate! I am surely exploring this soon.

  2. Love this subscription box. Thank you for sharing your views about it. It is am amazing concept for our little readers.

  3. I love subscription boxes! They are so fun. I’ve never seen a book one, so I’m definitely gonna check this one out!

  4. Oh, this is so cool! I have to get this for my kids. I am sure they will love getting new books in a box every month – just like a surprise gift. Thanks for sharing. Bookmarking it.

  5. Glad to find a books subscription box in the era of cosmetics n jewellery ๐Ÿ‘ I believe picture book reading can start at this early age and can have it’s effects for lifetime.

  6. I really like how the subscription box is different from the ones with clothes and other fancy things. Books are always your best friends and since I am not one I am trying to raise a reader. THt wks for sharing Elina!

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