In 1995, when a friend wanted to send books to his grandchildren, but didn't want to be bothered with monthly postcards and hidden costs, we created Loganberry's Book of the Month Club.  Two decades later, his grandchildren are getting married and we're still at it.  Memberships are catered to each individual member; just tell us the age and reading interests of the reading recipient, choose a price tier, and let us introduce the lucky one (perhaps it's you!) to some great reads.

 

Reader's Club

Good copies of common titles. May include new paperbacks, used hardbacks and the occasional clean ex-library book of something less common. This is the most popular club level for small children (who couldn't care less about first editions) and fiction readers (who just want a good paperback to read in bed).

Reader's Club Examples

for your toddler Sendak enthusiast:
an early but certainly used copy of In the Night Kitchen
for your juvenile fantasy afficianado:
a new paperback of Phillip Pullman's The Golden Compass
for your mystery buff father-in-law:
a book club edition of Agatha Christie's A Caribbean Mystery
for your sister the feminist artist:
an ex-library copy of Originals: American Women Artists

$12/month, postage paid

Bookworm Society

Classics and well-loved favorites, as well as new discoveries and overlooked gems. Books are in new or fine condition, but if you like obscure gems, we may occasionally include a lesser copy of something desirable and out-of-print.  This level is perfect for gift-giving and for the discriminating reader.

Bookworm Society Examples

for your toddler Sendak enthusiast:
a nice vintage hardcover of Where the Wild Things Are
for your juvenile fantasy afficianado:
a new boxed paperback set of Edward Eager's Tales of Magic
for your mystery buff father-in-law:
a nice hardback edition of Martha Grimes' The Old Silent
for your sister the feminist artist:
an out-of-print copy of Judy Chicago's Holocaust Project

$24/month, postage paid

Book Lover's Guild

Nice editions of award winners and perennial favorites in clean, bright copies. Out-of-print classics, illustrated editions, and fine copies with dustjackets are the norm in this club. For young readers, this means Newbery and Caldecott Award winners and other interesting and well known titles. For grown readers, this means fine hardback editions and illustrated volumes such as gardening and travel.

Book Lover's Guild Examples

for your toddler Sendak enthusiast:
a beautiful first edition of Outside Over There
for your juvenile fantasy afficianado:
a first edition of Madeleine L'Engle's Camilla
for your mystery buff father-in-law:
a first edition of Ray Bradbury's Death is a Lonely Business
for your sister the feminist artist:
an exhibition catalog of Pandora: Women in Classical Greece

$36/month, postage paid