Kids love to browse through books. Give them an interesting selection and time and space in their day. It’s something that home educators are uniquely able to do. Finding the right solutions for your kids’ book storage is necessary.
Tidy Books creates quiet time for our kids in the busy digital world
Tidy Books, has designed a bookcase that helps to get kids reading in those quiet times. Designed by mom Geraldine Grandidier for her children, this innovative children’s book storage gives books a central place in the family home, and are great kid’s book storage solutions for Homeschooling
Home educators who are looking for the best resources for their kids can be reassured that Tidy Books is the winner of two fantastic awards, valued by parents and educators:
Why Tidy Books children’s book storage ideas are the best
The Tidy Books Bookcase appeals to parents’ sense of nostalgia; they want their kids to be able to curl up with a book on a rainy afternoon, just like they did as children. The design of the bookcase works for children who do judge a book by its cover – the front facing design allows children to see and choose their books easily and independently, promoting independent learning.
Geraldine Grandidier, Tidy Books CEO, who created the first Tidy Books Bookcase for her daughter in 2004, in her violin workshop in 2004, explains:
“Parents tell us that their Tidy Books bookcases have served as a great reminder to read with their children, and that their children are much more interested in their books as they can see them. Ordinary children’s bookcases decorated or not, made no sense to me – books fall out. I wanted something that worked well for kids and their books so I created the original Tidy Books Children’s Bookcase.”
Lydia Oliphant a happy customer had these kind words to say about The Tidy Books Kid’s Bookcase
“Tidy books have perfectly filled the gap between cheap-lasts-a-year children’s furniture and the expensive-but-they’ll-use-it-at-uni bookcases. My son has gone from ignoring the books stacked on a low shelf to enjoying books he’d pushed away before, simply as he’s now empowered by independently making his own choice. The 3D letters on the front of the shelves have encouraged alphabet practising, including when he’s in his room alone (& I’m peeking around the door). I should add that my son has Autism & is currently non-verbal so this increased interest in language & communication is particularly fabulous for us. Thanks Tidybooks ”
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What’s your experience? Is there a resource that home educators can’t do without?