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Bookish Box Review: Uppercase Box April

Hi, there! Hope you’re all having a lovely day! There are so many good bookish boxes out there nowadays, and I’m subscribed to Uppercase Box. This is a YA book box that is curated by the owner Lisa who handpicks the newest YA read for you each month. Every book is signed or comes with a book plate in addition to two to three other bookish items. I have been a subscriber since November of last year, and I look forward to it every month! (To find reviews of previous boxes check the reviews page under the letter U.)


For the month of April, Lisa selected yet another wonderful collection of things. This included:

  • Scarlett Epstein Hates it Here by Anna Breslaw (signed)
  • Scarlett Epstein stickers
  • Magic Notebook from Literary Emporium
  • Hagrid and Buckbeak bookmarks from BeedooTO
  • Harry Potter quote poster from Risa Rodil
  • Pin for This is Teen’s #IReadYA week

Each book comes with a bookmark with codes to access exclusive reading content. I love using it each month and seeing what extras went into the book.

I was so excited to get this book!! I had ordered it from my local indie, but thankfully I hadn’t purchased it yet when I got this in the mail. Scarlett intrigued me and I couldn’t wait to read it! As of now, I have finished it – and I can’t stop quoting it! Here is my full review of the book.

I love Risa Rodil’s art. It’s gorgeous and bubbly. In the January Box we received a calendar full of her designs and I cut out the month when I get done with it. I can’t help but love them all! I will definitely have to purchase some of her designs off of DFTBA.

I must admit this here and now – I am not a Potterhead. I read only the first three books and never continued. Please no hate! I do, however, really love the journal and bookmarks that came with this box! These are my first magnetic bookmarks and I adore them – I need to check out some more!

After going to BookCon I have gotten more into pins. I have started to put them all on my tote bag that I got from my sister for Christmas that says “I like big books and I cannot lie.” The I Read YA book found its way on there much sooner than the others that I have acquired since BookCon, and I like it  a lot.

Another wonderful bookish month as delivered by Lisa over at Uppercase. I commend you for picking a wonderful book that is under hyped enough that I haven’t bought it yet. I have escaped yet again from the double purchase!

If you’re looking to get yourself a subscription to this wonderfulness click the link above and it will take you directly to the website, or you can access it here again.

Happy reading!

Sophie 🙂


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