I’ve reviewed several children’s books that I’ve received from Books2Door here on Linda’s Book Bag but I haven’t ever really said much about the company who have sent them to me for review.
With schools opening and closing, online learning, the inability to meet up with friends and all the restraints that our children are dealing with, now seems the perfect time to engender a love of reading. Through books children can escape the everyday world and the lovely folk at Books2Door have some fabulous new worlds for children to discover. I’ve found Books2Door really fabulous in offering a wide range of books and I love the fact that the more books you buy, the more points you get to redeem against future purchases.
Established in 2004, Books2Door provide discounted children’s books and there really is something for everyone on their website. You can search by age (and yes, there are books for adult readers too), price (starting at 99p), popularity and so on, so that there is the chance you’ll find a book for any reader.
You’ll find the my reviews of books I’ve received from Books2Door as follows:
Michael Morpurgo’s 8 Book Collection here
Calming Art Therapy Colouring Book here
The World of David Walliams Book of Stuff here
Horrid Henry’s Mischievous Mayhem here
Evie in the Jungle here
Most recently I was offered a choice of books for review on 22nd December and I chose a box set of Anthony Horowitz’ Alex Rider books because in the past I have written teaching resources for Hodder for other of Anthony Horowitz’s Power of Five books (available from Books2Door here) which I thoroughly enjoyed, so I’m excited to read this series (which you can also buy here and which is cheaper than on a well known online store!). Having placed that order on 22nd December, I received a confirmation on 23rd and the books arrived on 24th. Given the Christmas post I thought this was absolutely brilliant service and is exactly the service I have had every time I’ve had books from Books2Door. Indeed, I think it says something about the level of service they provide when they have an average score of 4.9/5 on Trustpilot from over 14,000 reviews.
The books are well presented in a cardboard holder that gives any child an instant bookshelf. I forgot to photograph the packaging they came in, but the parcel arrived in pristine condition. I confess I haven’t actually opened the collection yet as I didn’t want to spoil it! That said, I’m desperate to get reading this series so there will be a review of Stormbreaker soon! The set contains:
The first book in the number one bestselling Alex Rider series. In the first book in the number one bestselling Alex Rider series by Anthony Horowitz, fourteen-year-old Alex is forcibly recruited into MI6. Armed with secret gadgets, he is sent to investigate Herod Sayle, a man who is offering state-of-the-art Stormbreaker computers to every school in the country. But the teenage spy soon finds himself in mortal danger. Stormbreaker is available individually here too.
The second mission in the number one bestselling Alex Rider series. In the second book in the number one bestselling Alex Rider series by Anthony Horowitz, teenage spy Alex is sent by MI6 to infiltrate the exclusive Point Blanc Academy. But the academy hides a deadly secret. Can Alex alert the world to the truth before it’s too late? Point Blanc is available separately here too.
The third, explosive mission in the number one bestselling Alex Rider series. In the third book in the number one bestselling Alex Rider series by Anthony Horowitz, teenage spy Alex faces his most dangerous challenge yet. Teaming up with the CIA, Alex must go to a remote Caribbean island called Skeleton Key, where the insane general Sarov is hatching explosive plans to re-write history. Skeleton Key is available separately here too.
The fourth, thrilling episode in the number one bestselling Alex Rider series. In the fourth book in the number one bestselling Alex Rider series by Anthony Horowitz, teenage spy Alex is in the South of France, hoping to sever his links with MI6. But when a sudden attack on his hosts plunges Alex back into a world of violence, he soon uncovers a plan called Eagle strike – a discovery more terrible than anything he could have imagined. Eagle Strike is available separately here too.
The deadly fifth mission in the number one bestselling Alex Rider series. In the fifth book in the number one bestselling Alex Rider series by Anthony Horowitz, teenage spy Alex travels to Venice to discover the truth about his past. But the truth lies with a criminal organization known as Scorpia, and Alex must make a choice… work for MI6 once more, or betray everything he believes in. Scorpia is available separately here too.
The action-packed sixth adventure in the number one bestselling Alex Rider series. In the sixth book in the number one bestselling Alex Rider series by Anthony Horowitz, teenage spy Alex has a chance encounter with the son of multi-billionaire Nikolei Drevin. Soon Alex finds himself in the middle of an international crime hunt. The connection – Ark Angel, a revolutionary space hotel with catastrophic potential. Ark Angel is available separately here too.
Undercover in a poisonous world, teen spy Alex Rider is back for his seventh adrenalin-rush adventure! In the seventh book in the number one bestselling Alex Rider series by Anthony Horowitz, teenage spy Alex is forced into the Australian secret service. His target is the criminal underworld of South East Asia, and a ruthless organization known as the Snakehead. Snakehead is available separately here too.
6 thoughts on “Fabulous Children’s Books from @Books2DoorUK”
Yet to read this series. Sounds exciting
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I love Anthony Horowitz’s books.
I never used to read reviews for children’s books but now that my nephew is 6 years old and reading properly I’m excited to start buying books for him to read. It’s great that I can come to you for recommendations for both myself and for my nephew! 😊
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How lovely! I find it hard to read children’s books without my ex-teacher or Literacy Consultant hat on sometimes, but when they are for older children I simply enjoy the story.
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Read this series when I was the children’s librarian at our local secondary school, really enjoyed them and they were very popular.
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I bet they were Jennie!