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excellent little book holder for all toddler books!,
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This review is from: KidKraft Sling Bookshelf - Natural (Toy)This sling bookshelf comes unassembled but is quite easy to put together. Anything I have purchased that is made by Kidkraft has been an excellent product.
My toddler has at least 100 books that she inherited from other family members and she loves to organize them in the bookcase. It is slim and fits snug next to any wall. All of it is made of wood except for the sling part that is made of a canvas material. The reason the canvas is convenient is because if you have taller or heavier books, it allows you to adjust for size.
It is convenient for small spaces, I recommend this for day cares and for parents of children who love to read.
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Initial post: Oct 14, 2009 8:16:46 AM PDT
M. White says:
A little confused here, as this one says it holds 100 books, and a lower comment says only about 3 big books per sling! Which is it?? (You can NEVER have too many bookos)
In reply to an earlier post on Apr 14, 2012 9:10:54 AM PDT
M Domingo: have you figured out how to adjust the sling for smaller books? I was thinking of taking it to someone to have the sling sewn shorter... but if you have a better solution please let me know!!
M White: We have this sling and can fit maybe 20 books (on top of each other). The little books are completely lost though. I wish I had purchased the Steffy toddler shelves instead.
In reply to an earlier post on Apr 4, 2013 6:09:02 AM PDT
M. Domingo says:
thank you M White for answering this post, for some reason I never got a notification from Amazon that I had any comments to reply too. I just happened to be looking for something today and saw this. A little late for any answers for you guys. Although we still use ours and we still can only cram about 50 books into it at any given time, and the little ones are hard to get too.
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