Pony Book Club
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Rhonda T.
Rating: 5

Book club plus so much more

posted 5 years ago

This is a monthly book club based on horses. Each package is mailed to you in a bright red box that you can't miss. Each box you get a horse magazine filled with lots of stories and articles, pictures, activities, people to meet, etc. You also receive 2-3 hardcover books that usually involve young tweens and their horses. Some of the books follow a series and some are stand alone.
Then you get goodies each month too. For example: cd games, comic books, tshirts, socks, model horses, trading cards, coloring books, posters, jewelery , stationary, pens, and many other odds and ends related to horses.
Each pack costs between 20-30 dollars. You can have shipments stopped in between and just keep the ones you want.

Pros: all the fun things a young horse enthusiasts loves

Cons: bit pricey

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