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Review – Tidy Books Bookcase

Written by Lauren. Posted in Baby Products, Reviews, Uncategorized

Our final review product as a Tidy Books Ambassador is their flagship product, the Bookcase.  The bookcase was designed by the owner of Tidy Books, Geraldine, in her violin workshop when she couldn’t find a suitable bookcase for her children.  It is designed for children with rounded corners and wall fixings along with the standard Tidy Books non-toxic, eco-friendly water lacquer.


Review & Giveaway – Tidy Books Book Box

Written by Lauren. Posted in Competitions, Kids, Reviews

The second product that we received as a Tidy Books Ambassador is the Tidy Books Book Box.  Made from sustainable wood and finished with water lacquer the Tidy Books Book Box is extremely well made.  It was designed by mum of two and Tidy Books founder Géraldine who said:

“I noticed that in most living rooms there’s a box with a few favourite children’s books. Again kids can’t see the covers, so usually drag them all out.  I wanted something that would work for the whole family; books of any shape and size, magazines etc!  Kids seem to love these next to their bed as well.” 

She isn’t wrong.  The boys had a couple of shelves in their bedroom with books on and when it came to reading them every single book ended up being pulled onto the floor which then started the arguments about who would tidy them up.  With that in mind I was sure they would love the Tidy Books Book Box.

Review & Giveaway – Tidy Books ForgetMeNot Family Organiser

Written by Lauren. Posted in Competitions, Miscellaneous, Reviews

I have been eyeing up the Tidy Books ForgetMeNot Family Organiser for a while so when I was asked to be a Tidy Books Ambassador I knew exactly which product would be my top choice.  Even when he was at pre school Spud used to bring home A LOT of bits of paper that needed filling in and sending back or to be kept safe as reminders of events or ends of terms etc.  These pieces of paper inevitably got lost before they got sent back to school and I was forever asking other Mum’s what was going on up at pre school.  With him starting reception class in September I knew something had to change, we had to get to grips with school run organisation.