Hello everyone! Thank You so much for tuning into 5 days of freebies. We have finally reached the final day! This is Day 5 of a 5-day series 5 days of freebies, where each day I talk about how you can get free baby essentials. I will be giving you all of the details so that you can get free baby books.
If you are pregnant or have a baby then this is definitely for you. If you know someone that is pregnant or has a baby then this is for you also because these freebies are much needed and they also make excellent gifts. Let me give you the schedule line up so you can make sure that you didn’t miss out on anything:
- Day 1: How to Get Free Diapers and Wipes
- Day 2: How to Get Free Baby Bottles
- Day 3: How to Get Free Formula
- Day 4: How to Get a Ton of Free Baby Stuff
- Day 5: How to Get Free Baby Books
This is such an exciting lineup and I hope you tune in to get all of the freebies!
Day 5: How to Get Free Baby Books
Today is day 5 and I will discuss how to get free baby books. In the video, I discussed 7 ways to get free baby books but if you keep reading this post you will learn exactly where to get these free baby books. There are several ways to get free baby books. According to Baby Center’s baby calculator, it can cost approximately $420 for baby books during their first year. I will show you how to get free baby books so that you won’t waste money on things that you don’t have to.
How to Get Free Baby Books
1. Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library
Come and see the library that dolly built! Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library is a wonderful Book gifting program that gifts free books to children from birth to age 5 years old. Feel free to donate your books to the program when you are done with them.
Click on the link below to find a program affiliate near you!
2. Kindle Smashwords
Come and check out Kindle Smashwords for free full length books for the whole family.
3. Get Free Baby Books with Amazon
Very similar set up to Kindle Smashwords. You just click on the link and it will automatically direct you to the free childrens books that are available on Kindle.
Storyberries offers free fairytale stories, bedtime stories and poems for kids. They have a wide selection of over 1000+ free books!
Click on the link below to get your free books
5. Read Conmigo
Give your child the gift of bilingual literacy with Read Conmigo. Free books are available in english or spanish. If you live in California, Florida or Texas you can get free books in the mail every 4 months.
Click on the link below to download your free childrens books
6. Get Free Baby Books with Free Children’s Stories
Free Children’s Stories offers a wide selection of free and original books for children of all ages.
Click on the link below to get your free books
7. Babsy Books
With Babsy Books, you can get 5 hardcover baby books for free. All you have to do is pay for the shipping. Hurry and get your books because right now they are having a sale for a limited time only where if you buy 5 books you can get each additional book for $3.
Click the link below to get your free books
Use Discount Code: TEACHWORKMOM
8. Baby Einstein Playful Discoveries
These are my absolute favorite books which is why I saved the best for last. All you have to do is sign up for the free trial and you will get a subscription box of free books in the mail. You only have to pay for the shipping but if you cancel before the free trial is over you won’t be charged.
I did this and the very next month they sent me an email offering me a different book package so I signed up for the free trial again and canceled it once the books arrived. This allowed me to stock up my kids reading corner with free books. My daughter is 4 years old right now and to this day the baby Einstein playful discovery books are her favorite and my baby boy loves them too.
Click the link below to get your free trial of Baby Einstein’s Playful Discovery Books
Now you know how to get free baby books. I discussed 8 ways on how to get free baby books. You don’t really need to buy a lot of books but it is nice to have somewhat of a variety. Just make sure that you are reading frequently.
I started to read Dr. Seuss’s books to my daughter and son while I was pregnant and as soon as they were born I continued to read Dr. Seuss and also Baby Einstein Playful Discovery Books. This is honestly how I was able to teach my daughter how to read at the age of 2 years old. I also really like Babsy Books because these books are also hardcover which means they will be sturdy enough for your baby. In case you missed it, check out my first post in this series, Day 1: How to Get Free Diapers and Wipes.