7 Subscription Book Boxes for YA Lovers

7 YA Book Boxes

Hello all my wonderful Book Dragons! I hope y’all are having a great week. As a part of my subscription book box series, I will be releasing different lists of subscription book boxes for all types of readers! To kick it off, here’s a list of 7 book boxes specifically for Young Adult book lovers!

Enchanted book box 

The Enchanted Book Box contains:

  • One YA book
  • 5-7 goodies that go along with the months theme, mostly hand made from small businesses (that you can find on instagram) or from Etsy.

It’s located in the US but ships internationally. There’s a monthly subscription starting at $35, and a three month subscription for $100. The boxes normally ship around the 20th –  25th of every month.

Fairy Loot

UK based Fairyloot is a fantasy focused YA and YA crossover book box that comes with:

  •  One newly released book
  • 5-6 (fantasy) themed bookish goodies!

The monthly subscription box starts out at £26.00 ($33.91), three months for £78.00 ($101.80), and six months for £156.00 ($203.59). They also ship worldwide and the boxes ship out on the 20th of every month.

 

LitJoy Crate

LitJoy Crate boxes contains:

  • One newly released YA book
  • 2-4 curated bookish goodies

They offer a monthly subscription service, starting at $29.99 monthly, $86.97 for three months, $167.94 for six months, as well as a shop where you can purchase crates, books, apparel, and other bookish products. Their boxes normally ship on the 20th of every month.

You can find my review and unboxing of the LitJoy June box here.

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Owlcrate is one of the most popular and well known book boxes. Located out of Portland Oregon, they send out a box containing:
  • One newly released YA adult book
  • 3-5 bookish goodies curated to the book
  • A goodie from the author!

The box is US based but they do seem to ship internationally. A monthly subscription begins at $29.99, and 3 month subscription is $86.98 and a six month subscription is $167.94. Their boxes tend to ship in the middle of the month, usually between the 15th-20th.

Shelflove Crate is a YA fantasy and sci-fi subscription box that comes with:
  • One newly released fantasy or sci-fi book
  • 3+ bookish goodies.

You also have the option of just subscribing to get the book without the goodies as well. A regular monthly subscription begins at $29.99, a three month subscription at $86.97, and a six month subscription at $167.94. The boxes ship out between the 20th-25th of every month.

SpearCraft Book Box

Spearcraft Book Box is another box that includes:

  • One newly released hardcover YA novel from all genres
  • Author content
  • Around 4+ handmade and fandom inspired bookish goodies.

They also have a quarterly subscription that is a bigger box with more goodies and a new book that is different than their monthly boxes. They also have additional purchasing option including the box without a book, and the book without the box. They have a monthly subscription starting at $29.99, a three month subscription at $86.75, a six month subscription at $167.50, and a 12 month subscription at $324.00.

You can find my unboxing and review of Spearcraft’s book box here.

Unicorn CrateUnicorn Crate

The Unicorn crate contains:

  • One newly released YA Fantasy hardback book (usually the first in a series or a standalone)
  • 5-6 bookish items, usually made from a wide range of small businesses or by the company itself
  • A handwritten letter from the author and a bookplate when possible.

Every box contains a unicorn themed item as well! The monthly subscription starts at $36.95, a three month subscription at $105.30, and a six month subscription at $203.96. The box normally ships around the 20th of every month.

 

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24 thoughts on “7 Subscription Book Boxes for YA Lovers”

    1. Thanks for the recommendation! I’ll definitely check it out! The price can be a little bit of a barrier, but if you ever want to purchase one you can look for the boxes reps on Instagram and usually get a code that will give you a discount on the box. Thanks for stopping by!

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      1. I was subscribed to Lit-Cube, which was a book box, and Fanmail which for “geeky” girls. And both ended their main boxes with a month of each other…but I am trying different ones out like Uppercase and Scribbler for writers 🙂

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    1. That’s great! What subscription box have you tried, I’d love to hear about it! And I’m so happy to hear it helped to give you a few recommendations of boxes to try! Thanks for stopping by Claire!

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    1. I’m sorry to hear that! I hope they start making book boxes more accessible internationally soon, everyone should be able to get their hands on such cool goodies and books! Thanks for stopping by!

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  1. Ugh, I wish I had time to read again. I still have the other two books of The Mortal Instruments to read. I only got through the first one, City of Bones and then motherhood called.

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    1. Even not living internationally I still struggle to get them here and there, I can’t imagine how much more shipping costs living internationally. I’ve heard a couple people mentioning that, I hope they start making book boxes more accessible soon.
      Thanks for stopping by!!

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