Helping more children to see themselves in the books they read.

Unique and compelling gifts for children of all ages

A Little Box of Books will arrive on the doorstep, filled with amazing stories that beautifully reflect the world in which we live.

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Receive up to 4 brand-new titles (yours to keep!) per month or as a one-off gift box PLUS:

Amazing titles


650

Outstanding charities


2

Books donated


13000

Buy subscriptions of inclusive books for any 0-11 year olds in your life

A monthly subscription means keeping a children’s bookshelf up to date with the best of brand-new books, having brilliant birthday presents at hand anytime you need them, (no more panic buying action figures from supermarkets) and teaching children that the world is wonderfully diverse and they are an incredibly important part of it.

Choose the age range, choose how often you want to pay for it, where you want it to be delivered and write them a lovely gift message for the first box.

Our boxes make wonderful gifts. If a subscription isn’t for you or you just want to try us out

Buy a one-off beautiful box of books, with puzzles and activities and a free gift inside. Choose your age range, choose how many books you’d like in your box, and write them a lovely gift message. All prices include shipping cost.

Receive up to 4 brand-new titles (yours to keep!) per month or as a one-off gift box PLUS:

Big boxes for schools

If you’re looking to diversify the bookshelves of a primary school or a nursery, you’ve come to exactly the right place. Buy boxes of books to help your pupils or visitors understand, accept and celebrate diversity.

You might not be a school, a library or a hospital but may fancy 10+ books in a box. Please come on in, you’re very welcome.

Why Little Boxes are massively important..

Meet Lynsey,
Co-founder, Little Box of Books

Share the magic of reading

Doorstep library logoFor every subscription bought, we donate a book to our charity partner, Doorstep Library who read books with children living in the most disadvantaged parts of London

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