This month’s Book Box Club was amazing! The theme for July was I Love UK YA. There were loads of fab bookish goodies and two books included in this month’s box, a perfect contemporary summer romance and a social media thriller that will keep you in suspense. Everything in July’s box is down below. *spoilers if you haven’t opened yours yet.*
A small felt flag with ‘I love books’ printed on it. I love it! I’m gonna have to find somewhere to display this among all my books. So many possibilities haha 😀 Designed by JayAndBoo on etsy.
This necklace is so pretty! It’s definitely my new favourite piece of bookish jewellery.
OMG this tea smells incredible! I cannot wait to try it 😊 Made for Book Box Club by TheTeaCrew on etsy.
You can never have enough notebooks! This one is really cool 😀 I love all the decorations they included on the shelves. It includes illustrations of Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman, Am I Normal Yet? by Holly Bourne and The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon. Artwork by Megan Tucker Illustration.
Promotional bookmarks of A Sky Painted Gold and Under a Dancing Star by Laura Wood, Fierce Fragile Hearts by Sara Barnard and I am Thunder and Kick the Moon by Muhammad Khan.
Promotional postcards of Jelly by Clare Rees and I Hold Your Heart by Karen Gregory.
Heartstream by Tom Pollock. The main character of this book, Amy Becker, uses a reality TV app called Heartstream to share every heart-breaking moment of her mother’s illness with her followers. On the day of her mother’s funeral, Amy returns home to find one of her fans standing in her kitchen rigged with explosives. She’s been wanting to talk to Amy for a while. This is a story about obsession and how far it can go.
Under a Dancing Star by Laura Wood. Under a Dancing Star takes place in 1930’s England with our main character Bea. Her parents want to marry her off to secure the family estate. However, Bea longs for adventure and that summer she travels to Italy to see her uncle. While in Italy she meets Ben, a handsome artist who drives her crazy. Sparks fly and they both make a deal with each other – they must not fall in love. This is a perfect summer contemporary romance.