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Win a Tidy Books bookcase

Enter our competition to win a Tidy Books Bookcase, the perfect storage for your children's books.
Congratulations to Jackie from London who wins this lovely bookcase!

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Tidy Books Bookcase - The perfect storage for children's books

The compact wooden Tidy Books Bookcase lets you store books with their covers facing out, making it easier for your children to look at their options and select the book they want. This practical storage solution, made from sustainable beech wood, is ideal for children's rooms, holds up to 85 books of any shape or size and is a real space saver as its so slim.

Coloured letters add a decorative touch and are great for helping your little one to learn the alphabet. Learning to enjoy reading is so important and the Tidy Books Bookcase really facilitates this by making books accessible and fun, like a little library in your own home.

For more information visit Tidy Books - www.tidy-books.com T: 020 8520 4647.

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I think this bookcase is great just a bit pricey, Oliver is only just over 1 year but he loves books
by kimbo13 13th Sep 2010, 9:58am
My daughter is expecting her first baby - she's an English teacher so books are going to be a huge part of our new baby's word. A bookcase so beautiful would be perfect.
by Nikla79 23rd Mar 2009, 9:12am
my 5years old daughter will be love it
by paw 1st Sep 2008, 8:53am
My son loves books this would be a great addition to his room
by lilmiss1982 24th Oct 2007, 8:36am
Just what I've been seraching for - a perfect design!
by sr 18th Sep 2007, 10:17am
this bookcase is a must in our home ,with 3 little "monsters" you'll never know how messy it is when reading to them
by ghail 6th Sep 2007, 8:38am
I would love to win this book case for my daughter as she currently is using a window sill to store all hers, and can't clearly see them store as they are!
by FlossieD 4th Sep 2007, 8:44am
What a brilliant idea, with my poor bookshelf struggling under the weight of all the books, this would be a marvellous replacement.
by kjwarren 3rd Sep 2007, 9:05am
Looks very useful, will keep the child's room tidy
by Nigel 3rd Sep 2007, 9:03am
what a fantastic idea, at last : )
by iyaana 3rd Sep 2007, 9:00am
It's a great way of keeping books tidy and at the same time easily accesible to little hands and eyes. Wonderful !
by nozzer 3rd Sep 2007, 8:59am
With 2 little ones who already share a room, space isn't something they have alot of. As a family who all love books, this bookcase would be ideal for us! As it holds up to 85 books, that will mean no more childrens books finding themselves in my room!
I adore the alphabet decoration. What a great way to introduce letters!
by tabby55 3rd Sep 2007, 8:49am
My daughter loves books and we have run out of space to add to her collection and so this Book case which holds 85 books would be ideal. I am expecting another child in January and so our collection of children's books will be increasing also.
by luzzywugs 31st Aug 2007, 8:42am
We are a homeschool family and this is the perfect book case for a school room. My son loves to read and makes me read book over and over and over again. We are moving into our own house now and am just beginning to think about our school room decor. This would be perfect!
by CountryGirl 30th Aug 2007, 9:13am
what a fabulous idea, never seen in shops, the type of bookcase you would see at nursery, l need one of these !!!
by nbird 29th Aug 2007, 8:40am
what a brilliant storage idea for books,would look lovely in my daughters room,and she can also learn her abc,
by emmajane29 28th Aug 2007, 8:50am
books are a must for babies and children of all ages A book case and fab books
would be fab
by jacqui1964 28th Aug 2007, 8:49am
Excellent idea - would be nice to keep books in a tidy way ~:0)
by JodieAnne1 24th Aug 2007, 8:29am
Fantastic, bright, colourful bookcase that my daughter would love to have in her room to store her books. Reading should always be inviting and encouraged and this bookcase would help promote the fun of reading.
by maddie 22nd Aug 2007, 8:43am
Anything which can help children get a love of reading from an early age is fantastic, and this is a gorgeous book case!
by chrisandmark 22nd Aug 2007, 8:42am
reading is great for children growing up it encoureges their minds and it would look great in my babys nursery
by chocolate800 20th Aug 2007, 4:08pm
Have read to all five of my children ranging from 10 months to believe or not ( I can't ) 18 years old last week. I am still reading the same books as well as many additions that have been added along the parenthood road and think this book shelf would make a great addition to their bedroom as our previous book shelf has just finally (after all 18 years of continous use) decided to collaspe.
by Magvath 20th Aug 2007, 4:07pm
would love to win this
by ecurb 20th Aug 2007, 10:04am
What a clever idea. Just like they have in the library and classroon.
by morrices 20th Aug 2007, 10:03am
Perfect for my baby's minute box room
by faylisa 20th Aug 2007, 10:02am
This is such an attractive way to store books! Wow!
by Bubbles17 20th Aug 2007, 9:59am
love it, it wud be good 4 my son to put his books back his special bookcase, he wud love it
by emz24 15th Aug 2007, 8:41am
Looks like a great way to store a little ones library without buying bulky bookcase that they can't access safely themselves.

by ajp 13th Aug 2007, 9:04am
This is a beautiful eye catching bookcase. When filled with all her bright coloured books this would enspire and encourage her to read
by anouska3 13th Aug 2007, 9:04am
so many books! and baby not arrived yet................what a wonderful to store..........much better than ordinary shelf or bookcase
by SHEFFORDSUE 10th Aug 2007, 8:58am
It would be perfect gift for my sisters new baby which is going to be born on Valentine's day!!!!
by angelinlace 8th Aug 2007, 8:59am
This would keep my boys books neat and tidy
by Melissa1976 8th Aug 2007, 8:57am
I have read to my baby Sophie since she was 4 weeks old -starting off with black and white picture books (which she adored!) and now progressing onto stories and books with flaps/feely bits. I remember being read to lots as a child and consequently read widely and love it today. I hope that my daughter loves reading too.
This bookshelf is fabulous and would look lovely in a child's beroom - I like the way that lots of books can be 'displayed' to encourage children to pick one up and have a look through.
by dozydizzy 8th Aug 2007, 8:57am
What a dream bit of furniture this would be!
Educational with the alphabet on it and neat size. Not only would my son enjoy going to get a new book to read but also putting it back and swapping with another book. Mummy would really love it too as it would mean that i don't do my impression of stair surfing anymore when i discover a book laying on the stairs in the morning when i'm half asleep.So it will be good for my health too!
by mandles 8th Aug 2007, 8:48am
What a fantastic space saver, this would fit absolutely loads of books in!
by suemenzies 7th Aug 2007, 9:08am

I have read to Daniel since he was newborn and he is now 2 and a half. He loves books so much he often gets a report from nursery to say he has been reading books there. We have so many books and they reside on the spare bedroom , bedside table not an ideal place really. I never even considered looking for a childs bookcase I am not even sure that I expected such a thing to exist. But this is perfect , it looks very much like a library bookshelf and I remember playing library as a child with my brother which I am sure Daniel will at some point do.
by spacegrantham 7th Aug 2007, 9:06am
my son is two and he enjoys reading the book sorter would be a great asset for any yongsters bedroom
by kaciy2k02 3rd Aug 2007, 8:54am
This looks absolutely perfect for my sons room.
by drshaw007 2nd Aug 2007, 8:56am
This would be gorgeous in my little one's nursery. I hope he develops the same love of books his sister and brother have.
by mikki2d 2nd Aug 2007, 8:54am
This is beautiful. Have been looking for a good bookcase for the kids. Looks as though I need look no more.
by cravilious 1st Aug 2007, 10:28am

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