Another amazing box from Nerdblock.
Nerd Block Jr. for Girls is a monthly subscription box for kids featuring a bunch of cool toys, boys, and other products. It costs $13.99 plus $6 shipping (US).
Check out all my previous subscription box reviews.
Here is the full box with all the products:
And here are the products individually:
Electrokidz – $9.99
– “Elektrokidz are the first ever music-inspired figurines that dance to the beat of the music you are listening to! There are 6 unique Elektrokidz that come in 6 different finishes, including black matte and shiny gold. Each comes with their own stylized shades. Each Elektrokidz also has its own special hair movement that dances to the beat and no two Elektrokidz hair dance the same way, so collect them all for a complete party!”
Funko Pocket Pop (Disney’s Frozen) – $8.99 (Olaf)
– “Do you wanna build a snowman? Your favorite characters from Disney’s hit Frozen movie are now even more adorable! This Disney Frozen Olaf the Snowman Pocket Pop! Vinyl Figure features the loveable sidekick as a 1 1/2-inch tall stylized vinyl figure. This Frozen Pocket Pop! Vinyl figure is so great that you won’t ever want to let it go!”
Ty Beanie Ballz (Monsters, Inc.) – $9.23 (Sully)/$8.30 (Mike)
– “Beanie Ballz are little wild and whacky, toss ’em and they always land on their feet! The world famous Beanie Babies Beanie Ballz are forever filled with fun. Ultra iconic, ever loved. Ty Beanie Babies are the best!”
The Squickerwonkers by Evangeline Lilly – $16.99 (Retail)/$12.67 (Amazon) for the Hardcover edition
– “Meet Selma of the Rin-Run Royals, a clever little girl who is spoiled to the core. One day Selma stumbles upon a band of colorful marionettes, and gets more than she bargained for. The remarkable Squickerwonkers of the fabulous Squickershow are about to teach Selma that she’ll not always get her way.
Evangeline Lilly is best known for her work as an actress, but her foremost passion has always been writing. This book is her first published work. Beautifully illustrated by Johnny Fraser-Allen, this eccentric and visually stunning cautionary tale will appeal to adults and children alike.”
My Little Pony Stickers – $2.99 (est)
Is it worth it?
Another amazing box. I like that each girl gets a little bit of a variation in her box, although I wish they got a different Funko Pop character (we got two Olaf’s) and different books. But the girls are loving the Electrokidz. It brings back memories of all my old troll dolls. I think it’s cute how each one’s hair moves differently. I also love the beanie ballz, so cute, and Monster, Inc is one of my favorite Disney Pixar movies. This box never fails to make me and the kids happy.