Owl Crate is a young adult book subscription box where every month you receive one new hardcover book and an assortment of bookish goodies connected to the monthly theme. Some of these items are very practical and some are better suited as decor or for a pin/builtin board. Novembers theme is Through the Enchanted Forest.
Each box includes different bookish goodies that fit the theme of the month and are connected to other books. This month bookish items include a wonderful throw blanket inspired by The Cruel Prince, a metal tassel bookmark inspired by Uprooted, a wooden ornament inspired by the Raven Boys, the yearly reading planner and planner stickers.
If you want to know my full thoughts about the reading planner please check last Novembers Owl Crate post. I have a very specific way I like my planners set up and I only used dated planners so, once again I doubt I will use this planner for anything. But I have been getting more in to planner stickers and the rest of the items are great.
Every month Owl Crate has a new young adult hardback book that has an exclusive cover, is signed and comes with a letter from the author. The enamel pin that is in every box is also inspired by that months book. The book this month is Winterwood by Shea Ernshaw. The story is about a small town in the middle of a snowstorm, a missing boy, and a possibly haunted wood at the edge of town. When our main character Nora discover Oliver hidden in the woods nearly dead and with no memory Nora much learn the truth as to why he is there.
December’s theme is Tales of Trickery.