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Kid’s Prize Pack: April 2016 Unboxing Review
By: Robin Harris – The Nerd Stash

Kid's Prize Pack: April 2016 Unboxing Review

Let’s face it, I have a 7 and 11-year-old and unless they are reading something interesting, they aren’t reading! So, when we got the Kid’s Prize Pack subscription box in the mail, I immediately became curious.  The Kid’s Prize pack offers a new theme each month and finds the best books, toys, games, and activities based on that theme and puts a box together.  So, not only are they guaranteed a new book to read each month, they get some really cool stuff to make that book even more interesting.  Another cool feature of the Kid’s Prize Pack is the fact you can personalize it to your child.  They have four categories to cover girls and boys from ages ranging from 4-8 and 9-12.  So, what was in the box we received?

Let’s take a look…

Kid's Prize Pack

This book, Animorphs: The Invasion  (Animorphs) by K.A. Applegate,  was included in our box.  This is the first book in a series and according to Scholastic.com, here is a summary:

The Earth is being invaded, but no one knows about it. When Jake, Rachel, Tobias, Cassie, and Marco stumble upon a downed alien spaceship and its dying pilot, they’re given an incredible power—they can transform into any animal they touch. With it, they become Animorphs, the unlikely champions in a secret war for the planet. And the enemies they’re fighting could be anyone, even the people closest to them.

This actually doesn’t sound like a bad book and it introduces you to a new series.  If you’re curious what books came in the other box, they were:

Girls 4-8:  Missy’s Super Duper Royal Deluxe #2  by Susan Nees

Boys 4-8:  Rise of the Earth Dragons by Tracey West

So far I’m liking this.  So, what did they send to go with our book?

Kid's Prize Pack

This Spider-Man Mopeez plush.  I can see the correlation.  If you read the book summary it’s about kids who can turn into the animal they touch. Plus, what boy is not going to like this little collectible?

Kid's Prize Pack

Keeping the Spider-Man theme going, this really cool pen was included in the box, as well.

Kid's Prize Pack

This Dorbz vinyl collectible is too cute to be the real Killer Croc! But definitely kid friendly.  This collectible comes from the Batman Series One of Dorbz collectibles.  Again, I see the Animorphs connection.

Kid's Prize Pack

The remaining items are simply fun items that any collector might want or appreciate.  For instance, this Pop! Harley Quinn collectible pin was included.

Kid's Prize Pack

From the movie Tomorrowland, this is a figure of young Frank.  I have actually never seen the movie, so I googled young Frank in the movie and found this really cool video.  Makes this figure come to life!

Pretty cool, huh?

Kid's Prize Pack

Since many of the items in this box were from Funko, it’s only right this magnet comes with the box.

The last item in the Kid’s Prize Pack was this double-sided cartoon.  Read it! I’ve found myself having this same conversation with my collectible “hoarding” husband who likes to buy collector’s toys for the kids and not let them play with them.  Are you one of “those” people?

This box was a lot of fun and even educational.  I would definitely recommend this to anyone with kids.  Especially those who think reading can be boring.  If you’d like to sign up, head over to the Kid’s Prize Pack website and get in on the next box!

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