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Very old and non classic children’s book

Aug 12, 2020
Mrs K.
1 Review
2 Helpful
Subscribed for 15 days

I did attempt to first contact the seller over a week ago without a response. Every book was very old and not a single one my son would read :( I wasn’t expecting the latest and greatest but there were no classics and nothing newer than 10+ years old, possibly 20. Very disappointing

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Reading Tree Monthly said...Aug 12, 2020

Hi Mrs Kristen,
We hope you are well and safe! We are very sorry you were disappointed with books you received. Its unfortunate we could not make your son excited to read any of the books we provided. We try our best to get all the newer books to our customers but processing through 50K-100K a month its hard to keep track of all the old and new books. We will definitely figure out a way to work in removing dated books in the categorizing process.
Lastly, We are sorry for the communication issue. But to be honest we did not receive anything from you in our end.
Try using the cratejoy messaging system. If this is what you used, then try reaching out to the cratejoy support...

Hour game by David Baldacci

Jul 30, 2020
Geneva W.
2 Reviews
Subscribed for 8 days

I don't like the book at don't think it's was my from my genre

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Reading Tree Monthly said...Jul 30, 2020

Hi Geneva,
I hope you are well! I am very sorry you were not satisfied with your book.
So the title of the book you received was "Hour Game" by David Baldacci.
I just wanted to address a few things, so we do not have any confusion. The type of genre you chose was Crime/Mystery/Thriller. The book you received is, in fact, in that category. It is okay if it is hard to differentiate what book is in what genre. We take extra precaution in our sorting to make sure the contents of a book has a majority representing a genre before we place it into that category. We do this by reading the copyright page, reading the blurb, or a simple google search, and acquiring the information...