Q: Can I only order this box for a month?Asked by Aysha N., July 2019
They have an Etsy shop where you can buy just one box.
You can purchase previous boxes on her Etsy page, but the website is subscription only. If you want a surprise box, you could subscribe for one month, and then cancel. You won't want to cancel, though. The boxes are always awesome! I subscribe to all three genres.
Q: I would love to do this but can I rotate the subscription. One month classic, nonfiction then children’s?Asked by Amie C., June 2019
Yes, you can! Visit coffeeandaclassic com / sneak_peek to see what books will be in the next month's box, and you can choose which box you will get. The items included with the book will always be a surprise, but they are always of good quality.
Yes!! You can change your genre and beverage choices on a month to month basis. You can also take advantage of the "Sneak Peak" so you can make a better decision.
Q: I am looking to get a subscription for my 13 year old son. He loves to read, all kinds of books and genres. Do you think this is the right subscription? Will the books be age appropriate for him?Asked by Veronica G., May 2019
I think they would be, but it depends on how picky he is about his books. As an adult, I still enjoy the children's classics, as well as the fiction ones. The non-fiction are a little more hit or miss for me, but I have enjoyed *most* of those as well.
I would suggest checking out the "Sneak Peak" on the website every month. There is such a wide variety of books available, picking just one genre might be hard for that age group. You can change the genre on a month to month basis and if nothing seems appropriate, you can skip a month.
Q: We’re the poetry books in the non-fiction option ? Thanks Asked by Lisa G., May 2019
Yes the poetry books are the non fiction options - I have the Robert Frost and Emily Dickinson ones. There are spoilers every month on the website too if you'd like to know what the book choices are in advance. I hope this helps!
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