We've been profiling discount book clubs since 1999, and from the beginning have included on the site every known discount book club in the U.S., Canada and the U.K. That's what makes Book Club Deals unique; other book clubs directories simply link to the largest clubs such as the Doubleday Book Club and the Book-of-the-Month club. We have dozens of clubs listed here, from those that offer the latest bestsellers to specialty clubs that stick to a few subjects. We also provide as much information as you will need to make a wise decision about whether to join, including shipping costs and membership purchase requirements. Note that some clubs now offer a new book each month for a set fee (e.g., BOMC2, which charges $9.95 per month including shipping), while others send new titles automatically (e.g., Disney Book Club). "Automatic shipments," where you had to send a postcard if you didn't want the catalog's featured book, have been largely abandoned. Thanks again for visiting Book Club Deals, and please write us with any suggestions or comments, or if you find a broken or outdated link.
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Description from Children's Book of the Month Club: "Discover 12 never-before-published poems and drawings in this special edition of A Light in the Attic—Shel Silverstein’s classic poetry collection. This new edition is the best kind of reason to revisit the poetry anthology that sparked our imaginations, made us laugh out loud and encouraged us not to worry about the Whatifs and “their same old Whatif song”! Remember Backward Bill, the Quick-Digesting Gink, Sour Face Anne, the Polar Bear in the Frigidaire and all your favorite characters? They’re still here along with new characters and funny scenarios you won’t soon forget. If you’re a wisher, a dreamer, a hoper, a pretender, this book belongs in your home library, right alongside Where the Sidewalk Ends."