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eBags Bookworm Kids Pack Review

**I received this item for the purpose of a review. I was in no way compensated for my opinion as they are my own. Your opinion may vary from mine.**
eBags has the perfect backpacks for Back-to-School. With many different styles, sizes, colors, and brands, I bet you'll find a backpack to match your child's personality. For review purposes, my daughter was sent one of the new eBags Bookworm Kids Packs in Daisy. Even though my daughter is only two, she loves to carry around a bag with her. I think carrying around a backpack makes her feel like a big girl. When she opened the box from eBags and found her new backpack you would have thought I just handed her the biggest bag of candy she's ever seen! 
eBags Bookworm Kids Pack is the perfect size for my daughter to carry around her little toys, an extra set of clothes, snacks, and anything else she may need for a day trip. She may not be a student yet but she loves pretending to be one and she loves her new backpack. I love the new eBags Bookworm Kids Pack, as well. It seems extremely durable and can fit enough of her things in it for a weekend at the grandparent's house.  
eBags Bookworm Kids Packs are backpacks made just for your little pre-k or elementary student. With 12 points of reflectivity like a 3M Scotchlite reflective panel on the front, 5 photo reflective zipper pulls, photo reflective webbing and piping on the backpack straps, and a photo reflective accessory strap at the base of the front panel, your child is sure to be seen in the evening hours. 
Each of the Bookworm Kids Packs have an exterior zippered faced pocket, double zippered main compartment, double zip front organizer compartment, two elastic trimmed side pockets, and a privacy name card window. The bottom panel of the Bookworm Kids Backpack is coated to reduce moisture absorption and added abrasion protection. Both the back panel and straps are air meshed and padded for comfort and the interior seams are finished with binding for durability. 
The Bookworm Kids Packs from eBags come in 6 different colors or styles and can be purchased online for $29.99; a steal for all the use you'll get out of this durable backpack. Right now you may be able to find the Bookworm Kids Pack on sale during ebags' Back-to-School sale so hurry over and check it out! 


  1. I love that backpack! Not only are the colors and patterns cute, but it has so much room with all the pockets! I bet those thick straps are much more comfortable than those thinner ones you see on a lot of backpacks! The best part is the reflective panels and pulls - much safer for kids walking from the bus stop.

  2. This is a very cute backpack. I like that it has so much room for the kids school items.

  3. Very cute bag, I think its great idea for all the reflector material, the sun is down in so many places when the kids are coming and going to school, its scary!

  4. Patricia WoolvertonAugust 15, 2013 at 11:44 AM

    I love this backpack. I love the design and the reflector on the front. I also love how it has lots of room to store many things. Very roomy and love the thicker straps.


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