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Amazon Launches Prime Book Box for Children's Titles

Amazon announced that its Prime Book Box, a subscription service for hardcover children’s books, is now available to all Prime members in the U.S. At $22.99 per box, it delivers a selection of books every 1, 2, or 3 months to anyone age 12 or younger that is curated by Amazon’s team of book editors. The books can be new releases, classics, and other titles that are tailored to a child’s age group, and subscribers can choose to preview them or be surprised when they get the boxes.

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