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Book Storage Units  (4 Products)
Get the organizational space you need with a book storage unit. Available in multiple configurations and sizes, it's possible to find one that fits a classroom, daycare center, or a play area in a doctor's office. Parents or guardians can even add one to a child's bedroom as part of a reading nook. Shop the many styles and colors from top brands at Quill including ECR4Kids®. Read More
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Book displays to streamline organization

Book displays have multiple shelves that hold several books and magazines, regardless of their orientation. The structures are sturdy and made of wood that's sanded down with rounded corners to promote safety. They sit flush against the wall for added stability and many anchor in place to prevent toppling. A bookstand for daycare or school typically has a minimum of four shelves, though some may have as many as six. They make a popular alternative to standard bookcases due to their low profiles that put them within reach of little hands.

Book storage units for school

Book storage units make good organizational tools in a classroom setting. Teachers can use them to set up a reading corner, separating books by reading level or subject. Many have large, built-in cubby compartments similar to storage cubes, that are good for storing other items such as:

  • Toys
  • Papers
  • Binders
  • Craft supplies

Use them to create a universal area where children can gather for fun and crafts. Place the unit near an activity table and chairs and it will turn into an entertainment hub that keeps little hands entertained.

Added features make for versatile book display stands

While the primary purpose of all book storage units is the same, some come with built-in features that increase usability. A dry erase or chalkboard, for example, gives children a place to draw and express their creativity, but it also makes it easy for teachers to use it as a learning tool. They can write popular words from a current book or series on the board for writing and reading practice. Some come with a lid that raises to create a good book rest for story time, and then folds down for concealed storage or to act as a podium or lectern. Caster wheels promote maneuverability, making it simple to move the unit to a desired location and then out of the way when it's no longer in use.