Tidy Books Bookcase Review and Giveaway

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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.


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.


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.



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 fromΒ http://www.tidy-books.co.ukΒ for Β£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 Responses to “Tidy Books Bookcase Review and Giveaway”

  1. Emma says:

    Stickman πŸ™‚

  2. Sarah Anguish says:

    The Worst Witch by Jill Murphy

  3. Claire says:

    Ooh it always changes but at the moment The Smartest Giant in Town. πŸ™‚

  4. Tracy Nixon says:

    I love reading We’re Going on a Bear Hunt to my kids!

  5. Hele R says:

    The Twits.

  6. Tanya Camilleri says:

    I love ready UpsyDownTown to my little one πŸ™‚

  7. Carolina J. says:

    “Pillars of the Earth” by Ken Follett

  8. Hannah Bee Griffin says:

    We LOVE Room on the Broom

  9. Lynsey Buchanan says:

    I love reading the The Paper Dolls to my daughter

  10. Rebecca says:

    The Hobbit is my fav!

  11. amanda walsh says:

    a very hungry caterpillar

  12. Joanne Dodd says:

    My favourite book is the twits, my favourite to read to the kids is guess how much I love you

  13. Kelly Finn says:

    Currently any spot the dog book or pepper pig.

  14. Emily Shepperson says:

    Room on the Broom is a favourite at bedtime in my house.

  15. Erica Price says:

    We like The Snail and the Whale.

  16. Neegat Khan says:

    Love reading ‘We’re going on a bear hunt’ to the kids

  17. Michelle C says:

    Across the Nightingale floor.

  18. Shanda Enriquez says:

    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!

  19. Adele Jarrett-Kerr says:

    Most recent favourite was The Ghost Bride.

  20. Jennifer Dixon says:

    It changes all the time but at the moment it’s 1984, my favourite to read to the children is the Gruffalo

  21. Reader says:

    The Very hungry Caterpillar. πŸ™‚

  22. Kay says:

    The Twits – Roald Dahl

    Absolutely love this book, as a child, it seemed so liberating being able to say twit!

  23. ashleigh says:

    topsy and tim!

  24. Claire Howard says:

    The Gruffalo

  25. Lisa Sands says:

    At the moment we are reading Matilda πŸ™‚ x

  26. Caroline H says:

    To read at bedtime, probably Matilda

  27. Alana Walker says:

    Aleins Love Underpants!

  28. chantelle hazelden says:

    the night before christmas x

  29. Sarah Brew says:

    My favourite to share with my grandson is Room on the Broom. Would love this super bookcase to keep all his books tidy!

  30. Zoe G says:

    We have loads, Mog’s Christmas at the moment

  31. sofia ramos says:

    Room on the Broom

  32. EMMA WALTERS says:

    the owl babies

  33. marina frow says:

    My daughter and I love reading The Hungry Caterpillar, classic book with gorgeous colours

  34. Margaret says:


  35. Holly Smith says:

    Meg and Mog

  36. Lorraine Tinsley says:

    Spaghetti with the yeti πŸ™‚

  37. Tracy Newton says:

    James and The Giant Peach

  38. Mummy of Two says:

    I love the Enid Blyton Magic Faraway Tree

  39. Kirsty says:

    Pete the cat – I love my white shoes

  40. Hazel Christopher says:

    At the moment it’s Yikes! Stinkysaurus. πŸ™‚

  41. svetlana lemantovic says:

    James and The Giant Peach

  42. Kay panayi says:

    Little rabbit foo foo

  43. jennie says:

    For children, at the moment, Stuck x

  44. Kelly Burns says:

    My 17 month old loves “is this my nose?” We’re on to about 5 readings of it before lunch, daily!

  45. Kirsty Phillipson-Lowe says:

    We love both the Grufalo and The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark

  46. karen hutchinson says:

    the dinosaur that pooped Christmas

  47. Sarah Parkin says:

    Room on the Broom – we read it everynight πŸ™‚

  48. Faye says:

    Charlotte’s Web

  49. Angela Spicer says:

    Anything Horrid Henry

  50. Galina Varese says:

    To read with the kids? The tiger who came to tea

  51. jennifer thorpe says:

    the very hungry caterpillar

  52. katrina day-reilly says:

    the hobbit

  53. hayley pemberton says:

    anything by Lauren childs

  54. Rebecca Maddocks says:

    P.s I love you

  55. Helen Dickinson says:

    Going On A Bear Hunt!

  56. Hannah ONeill says:

    Any of the Old Bear books

  57. Rachael Jess says:

    Hungry Caterpillar – we have a plushy and he goes across the pages munching – so cute!

  58. Rachel G says:

    Room on the Broom is a favourite here

  59. Hilda Hazel Wright says:

    My favourite childrens book is Green Eggs and Ham by Dr Seuss! Its such fun to read!

  60. Laura Linsey says:


  61. Tammy Tudor says:

    Charlie and the chocolate factory

  62. Lauren says:

    My favourite book would be anything by Jodi Picoult… but my favourite book to read with my daughter is The tiger who came to tea!

  63. Georgia Keogh says:

    Matilda by Roald Dahl

  64. sarah bootland says:

    Alphabet murders by Sue Grafton. Xxx

  65. olivia kirby says:

    Would you rather by John Burningham

  66. Kelly says:

    The Gruffalo πŸ™‚

  67. jonathan wood says:

    Roald Dahl books

  68. Tina Holmes says:

    The gruffalo

  69. melanie gregory says:

    Alice in Wonderland

  70. Rebecca Phillips says:

    anything by Chuck Palahniuk. hes an amazing author

  71. Amy Ripley says:

    Going On A Bear Hunt

  72. david q says:

    alice in wonderland

  73. Sarahann Tonner says:

    Bag of Bones by Steven King

  74. melanie stirling says:

    The secret Garden

  75. Kelly says:

    Hi, can you please accept my comment πŸ™‚

  76. katie w says:

    The Gruffalo

  77. Mickie Bull says:

    James & The Giant Peach

  78. Catherine Culmer says:

    The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark – Jill Tomlinson

  79. book nut says:

    The hobbit

  80. kelli flanagan says:

    The Fantastic Mr Fox

  81. Lydia G says:

    With the children it’s The Gruffalo

  82. christine shelley says:

    The Tiger who came to tea

  83. emma t says:

    The Gruffalo’s Child

  84. Lynn Heath says:

    I like the Stephanie Plum stories

  85. Katie Dann says:

    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 πŸ™‚

  86. kara says:

    For the kiddies it is spot the dog. For me Mary Poppins

  87. liveotherwise says:

    I have so many favourite books! I love reading Gruffalo to the kids.

  88. julie laing says:

    The Gruffalo

  89. Katie Irving says:

    Iv always loved roald dahl books, my daughters just getting to the age where she can enjoy them too

  90. lorna kennedy says:

    the hungry catapiller

  91. Chris Reid says:

    Five minutes peace

  92. Clint Howat says:

    The Twits.

  93. Esme McCrubb says:


  94. Val Swift says:

    Don’t wake the bear, Hare

  95. Stacey Tripconey says:

    Little Rabbit Foo Foo

  96. Jackie ONeill says:

    James and the Giant Peach

  97. Megan Adams says:

    Room on the Broom

  98. Sharon rice says:

    Naughty Amelia jane

  99. Faded Seaside Mama says:

    We absolutely love Dogs Don’t Do Ballet here!

  100. laura pyper says:

    we love Red Rockets and Rainbow Jelly – Sue Heap and Nick Sharratt

  101. Alexander Jones says:

    I Am Legend

  102. Kristy smith says:

    My favourite book is twilight and my favourite to read to the kids is the tiger who came to tea.

  103. Alice Beaumont says:

    The gruffalo!

  104. Allan Smith says:

    The Twits

  105. Judith Luscombe says:

    Beatrix Potters “The Tales of Peter Rabbit”

  106. Miranda Holman says:

    Guess how much I love you

  107. Paul Witney says:

    Anything by Julia Donaldson – it changes daily!

  108. Janice Mackin says:

    The Gruffalo

  109. chander shekhar says:


  110. chander shekhar says:

    The krishna key

  111. Linz W says:

    I love anything by Jane Green or Mike Gayle.


    Jim – (The Boy who let go of his nurses hand and was eaten by a lion)

  113. michelle bennett says:

    Its always been dear zoo. I just love it x

  114. Gemma Mills / Chamberlain (MyMillsBaby) says:

    Mine’s a biopic on a serial killer but Dexter likes ABC books πŸ™‚

  115. Danielle Graves says:

    The Faraway Tree

  116. christy beckett says:

    The Cat in the Hat, been a favourite of mine for years and now its my childrens favourite x

  117. TracyJo says:

    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

  118. Vivienne says:

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

  119. Lucy cotterill says:

    Any of the Mr Men / Little Miss books – she loves the pictures!

  120. Lianne Turton says:

    Dogger…… we love daves big sister she is so kind!!

  121. chickywiggle says:

    any of the Topsy and Tim books are requested again and again in this house.

  122. Lisa Smith says:

    Grumpy Cat is a favorite in our house.

  123. Zoe @ My Mummys World says:

    Oooo we have lots. Our current Fave is The Gruffalo

  124. Kay Lou Smith says:

    Room on the Broom πŸ™‚

  125. ben says:

    Monkey do

  126. Lucy Robinson says:


  127. Jacqueline Oliver says:

    Dr Seuss – Green Eggs and Ham

  128. Kirsten Barthy says:

    The Gruffalo

  129. Anna Emslie says:

    The Giraffe, the Pelli and Me πŸ™‚

  130. Angie Millar says:

    Going on a bear hunt

  131. Helen Gandy says:

    The Gruffalo!! πŸ™‚

    Helen X

  132. Amanda Mallows says:

    The Gruffalo πŸ™‚

  133. leanne williams says:


  134. Samantha says:


  135. Louise Palmer says:

    Mr Men especially Mr Bump

  136. C Parkin says:

    The Hide by Barry Unsworth

  137. clair downham says:

    the gruffalo

  138. Wendy says:

    Sophie Kinsella – Can You Keep a Secret?

  139. Karolina Piklowska says:

    peppa pig

  140. Anni Large says:

    Guess How Much I Love You. πŸ™‚

  141. Emma Anderson says:

    I have been reading my son the magic faraway tree, such happy memories!

  142. Rosalind Blight says:

    Anything by julia donaldson for my 2 year old and anything by roald dahl for my 6 year old

  143. Amelia Makes says:

    Lauras Star – such a cute story that i dont mind reading again and again!

  144. Joanne Blunt says:

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

  145. Shawn says:

    I do love to read

  146. Charlotte says:

    Brown bear brown bear what do you see ?- Eric carle

  147. cathyj says:

    Roald Dahl and jacqueline wilson

  148. andrea Miles says:

    lord of the rings

  149. Solange says:

    The Hobbit

  150. Mark Palmer says:


  151. abigail edkins says:

    the beach

  152. stephen holman says:

    the BFG

  153. Rebecca Richardson says:

    The Game of Thrones collection

  154. mandy says:

    love reading enid blyton to my grandchildren, I read them to my children and read them myself as a child

  155. Kelly Hooper says:

    georges marvelous medicine

  156. rachael jones says:

    im a lover of the hunger games trilogy

  157. tamalyn roberts says:

    green eggs and ham is my childrends fave

  158. Claire haskins says:

    Confessions of a shopaholic

  159. Michelle Porter says:

    Monkey Puzzle

  160. Robyn Logan Clarke says:

    The Elephant and the bad baby

  161. Chris Bell says:

    The Gruffalo is a real classic that we always love reading!

  162. emma cropper says:

    The gruffalo

  163. nicola barter says:

    The Worst Witch

  164. Laura Claridge says:

    The very hungry caterpillar πŸ™‚

  165. Jo Glasspool says:

    The gruffalo’s child. x

  166. shereen barry says:

    the bfg

  167. Alice Hindley says:

    The gruffalo

  168. Katherine Coldicott says:

    Adult book is The World According to Garp . Children’s is The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.


    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!

  170. Karen R says:

    I’m loving The boy in the dress by David Walliams πŸ™‚

  171. Emma Davies says:

    I love reading “me” to my little boy

  172. Diana Semionova says:

    We love The Gruffalo πŸ™‚

  173. Maria Jane Knight says:

    We love Superworm

  174. Antonia Rookley says:

    We love The Tiger Who Came to Tea

  175. Cheryl O'Sullivan says:

    Matilda πŸ™‚

  176. stephanie lovatt says:

    the gruffalo

  177. Yaz Newman says:

    My favorite is The Hunger Games however my son’s favorite is Zog. πŸ™‚

  178. Rebecca shelton says:

    hairy maclary from donaldsons dairy πŸ™‚

  179. Jane Middleton says:

    The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery

  180. stef williams says:

    Dear Zoo at the moment

  181. K McGuinness says:

    Crummy Mummy by Anne Fine

  182. Margaret Nokling says:

    Room on the Broom

  183. dolly says:

    The Little Prince πŸ™‚

  184. Ann Weir says:

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

  185. clair dutton says:

    the gruffalo

  186. saz palmer says:

    The Green Mile or the BFG xxx

  187. Vicky Thompson says:

    How lovely πŸ™‚

  188. Leigh Larkin says:

    Room on a Broom

  189. Christina Wong-Curley says:

    George’s Marvellous Medicine

  190. Joanna Sawka says:

    Winnie the pooh

  191. Kathryn Tatters says:

    I love reading the winnie the pooh books to my daughter

  192. Ian Talboys says:

    To Kill a Mockingbird

  193. Sarah Parker says:

    green eggs and ham

  194. Kieran says:

    the very hungry caterpillar

  195. Kerry Kilmister says:

    Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

  196. Bernadette K says:

    The Gruffalo’s Child

  197. Laura Davies says:

    The day the crayons quit

  198. Holly Boyd says:

    Room on the broom, can now recite it with the lights off for easy bedtimes

  199. jodie harvey says:

    harry potter books πŸ™‚ and i love to read the gruffalo to my little ones before bed πŸ™‚

  200. Lani Nash says:

    Anything by Roald Dahl

  201. helenthemadex says:

    The Gruffalo

  202. Name says:

    this would look so cool in my son’s room

  203. amanda says:

    this would look so cool in my son’s room

  204. Gillian Hutchison says:

    Giraffes can’t dance

  205. sandra says:

    Thomas The Tank Engine books, got a collection for Christmas πŸ™‚

  206. Lauren Hamilton says:

    My favourite book has to be CHOCOLATE MOOSE FOR GREEDY GOOSE πŸ™‚ xx

  207. Julie says:

    the midnight folk

  208. Carrie Talbot-Ashby says:

    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! πŸ™‚

  209. Tiffany Oconnell says:

    The gruffalo is mine and my children’s favourite to read together.

  210. Samantha Dennis says:

    I enjoy any historical fiction. My sons favourite at the moment is dig dig digger.

  211. Kay Braisher says:

    magic faraway tree, enid blyton

  212. Kathryn Phillips says:

    The Gruffalo x

  213. Chrriss Bray says:

    Green eggs and ham

  214. SARA says:

    The Gruffalo

  215. Kirsty Greer says:

    Pride and prejudice x

  216. Helen Garner says:

    My favourite book as a child was The Magic Faraway Tree

  217. Jayne B says:

    The Gruffalo

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