Put your child's name on their Tidy Books bookcase to make it their very own with our brand new personalised children's furniture service.
Think of a movie star's chair on film location, or a footballer's shirt. It's very special, simply because it's personalised. Now, you can have your child's name on their own Tidy Books Bookcase, and make them feel extra special!
We are launching the new Tidy Books Personalised Service: You can personalise your Tidy Books Bookcases and Bunk Bed Buddies to give your kids a unique, and thoughtful gift. Your child's name will be created in our lovely bright and colourful wooden lettering.
Children love their Tidy Books bookcase; it gives them a real sense of ownership of their books . The front facing design of the bookcase makes it easy as pie for a child to find the book they want, all by themselves. Parents often tell us how much more their child picks up a book once they have a Tidy Books Bookcase. Think how much pride your child will have in their books and a Tidy Books bookcase with their name on it!
In an age of screens and tablets, more and more parents recognise that having print books in the home to share stories with very young children is crucial to their development. For the first time, US doctors are under official policy guidelines; to advise parents to read with their babies, as anxiety grows about screen use amongst very small children.*
Our Bunk Bed Buddies have also proved popular with children. They can store their bits and bobs, safely next to the top bunk bed. With a personalised Bunk Bed Buddy, kids can keep their treasures safe, in a space that's clearly marked: 'Mine'!
Tidy Books' personalised Children's Bookcases are available in our natural or white finish. You can add up to 10 letters and the complete, personalised bookcase is £169.
The personalised Tidy Books Bunk Bed Buddy comes in natural, white, pink or blue. You can add up to 9 letters and the complete, personalised buddy is £69.
If you need more letters than this, please get in touch and we will see what we can do.
Whose name would you add to a Tidy Books Bookcase?
* Source: US doctors urge parents to read to babies, AFP, June 3rd 2014