Books are found in libraries, so it makes sense that there's a bookshelf based on the traditional library cart. It's convenient when parents or kids want to change where the books are stored, and moving them won't break anyone's back because it rolls on wheels.
With sleek lines, this leaning bookcase looks modern and also has a cool factor. It includes two large bins and a flat shelf.
For families who want a simple yet customizable bookshelf at a value price, this is the bookcase to consider. Order it with your child's name on the front for a unique piece.
This classroom bookshelf is perfect for the bookworm in your family. Kids can easily view the covers on each book, and parents will appreciate that the dual-sided bookshelf can store a lot of books.
This book nook saves space by utilizing corners in a functional way. It holds books on three sides for optimal storage.
For a cute, simple and stylish way to organize books, these bookends fit the bill. One bookend features "1, 2, 3" while the other displays, "a, b, c." They would make a great gift too.
This colorful bookcase features letters from the alphabet, and it also conveniently spins for easy access to all books. Bonus: It even comes with built-in picture frames at the top!
Floating bookshelves always add a unique look to a room. They get the books off the ground in a visually appealing way. They're great for younger kids and for teens too.
The Magic Garden bookshelf provides a whimsical way to store books. It features flowers, butterflies and a cute snail painted on its sides. It also has two bottom drawers for hidden storage.
I love this roller coaster–style shelf that seems to magically store books at impossible angles. It's fun and so unique.
These adorable safari-themed bookends charm with their animal figures and soft hues. They're made of durable, solid wood and painted with nontoxic paints.