Tidy Books Bookcase Review and Giveaway

As TidyBooks Ambassadors, we get the fabulous opportunity to not only review their products, but also to give our readers the chance to win the exact item. This time, the TidyBooks Book Case arrived on

As TidyBooks Ambassadors, we get the fabulous opportunity to not only review their products, but also to give our readers the chance to win the exact item.

This time, the TidyBooks Book Case arrived on our doorstep. This is an iconic product which really stands out from the crowd.

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Starting from scratch, the box is really compact. Opening it up, the instructions are clear and it really doesn’t take long to assemble. There is just one key to tighten all the screws in the pre-drilled holes.

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The Bookcase is available in seven styles, which includes white, natural, blue and pink. You can choose to have lower case alphabet letters, upper case letters, or if letters are not your style, then you can pick a bookcase which is plain. There really is a bookcase for everyone and every house.

On the Bookcase there is four shelves, all of different sizes, which means all different books have their very own space. The shelves are surprisingly roomy and have lots of space to fit books in, it can take 85 books.

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The quality of the Tidy Books Bookcase is amazing, it is built to last and even has a five year guarantee. It is made from sustainable wood, and is finished with a special water lacquer, so is better for the environment too. You can buy your very own Tidy Books Bookcase from http://www.tidy-books.co.uk for £119, which is a great price for such a high quality item that will last years and years. You can get 15% off this price by using the code AMB15.

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228 thoughts on “Tidy Books Bookcase Review and Giveaway

  1. We love Charlotte’s web, We just got done reading it after many tears! My girls do love anything Dora, Doc Mc Stuffins, Hello Kitty, or Princess related too!

  2. I love reading Julia Donaldson books to my daughters, we have over 20 of them! Ava loves them all, I especially love Paper Dolls, it has beautiful illustrations 🙂

  3. I love the Where’s Spot books, I bought one, I think about 20 years ago for my eldest daughter and have loved them ever since x

  4. My little boy is 1 and loves books by Sue Kendra – especially Dave! We also love What The Ladybird Heard by Julia Donaldson

  5. Anything by Enid Blyton, though we are reading Folk of the Faraway Tree at the moment and that brings back so many memories

  6. if its for me then I love the horror books by shaun hutson, if i’m reading with the kids then it has to be the jolly postman!

  7. fantastic mr fox was my favourite book when I was younger 🙂 Think I’ve still got it, will have to get it out to read to my son

  8. The Mystery Of Room 13! Its a kids book, but I read it to my kids all the time! I was read it by my teacher when I was young and its the right mixture of scary and fun! I still love the story! Hope my kids end up reading it to their own children! 🙂

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