Up to 87% Off 'I Can Read' Books in the 50/50 sale @ Book Outlet
Usually I give the weekly 50/50 sale at Book Outlet a pass because it tends to be exclusive to a certain genre or style that does not have mass appeal. However, this week you can save an extra 50% off 50 already discounted 'I Can Read' books. These books are very popular with parents! With up to 87% off the cover price per book, I figured this was a sale worth blogging about.
Books start at just $1.49 apiece. There are four different reading levels available in this sale: my first, level 1, level 2, and level 3. You could pick up a bunch of books for your child's appropriate reading level or you could get one (or two) of each reading level in anticipation for their growth.
For 'my first' I chose Biscuit Loves the Library (I Can Read! My First) and Follow Me, Mittens (I Can Read, My First) for a couple great options. Most kids love cats and dogs so these books will have universal appeal. Originally $3.99 USD each, the books are now on sale for $1.49 Canadian each. It is funny that on the cover of the Biscuit book, the dog is actually reading this exact book.
For level one, I chose The Berenstain Bears: Honey Hunt Helpers (I Can Read! Level 1) as my first book because they were one of my favourites to read when I was a kid. I remember the Berenstain bears very fondly! Originally $3.99 USD, the book is now $1.49 CAN. Next I chose Paddington - Meet Paddington (I Can Read! Level 1) because the movie was just released recently. It is the same price as the above book.
For level two, you can introduce your child to superheroes. This Dawn of the Dynamic Duo-Batman (I Can Read! Lvl.2) was $3.99 USD and is now just $1.49 Canadian. Zack's Alligator and the First Snow (I Can Read! Level 2) is actually the best deal of the sale as it comes in hardcover. Originally $16.99 USD, the book is now just $2.99 CAN.
For level three, try The High And The Flighty (Time Warp Trio, I Can Read!, Level 3) also on sale for $1.49. You actually only have two choices for level three books, so you might want to pick them both up.
Shipping is $3.99 plus $0.75 per book. However, if you have a lot of small items in your cart, it might be cheaper to ship via Xpresspost.
(Expiry: 7th September 2015)