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At my house, we love books. Every time I turn around our book shelves are overflowing again with new stories. Right now, we have even more books filling our home because of the Fantastic Scholastic book giveaway.
Every time you purchase one of the +100 participating products, you get a free book! 1 box = 1 book. It’s seriously awesome because you are getting rewarded for the things you already buy!
We collected all of our very favorite book storage ideas for you in case your bookshelves are overflowing as well!
10 Fun Ways To Store Kid Books
Use your empty cereal boxes and cover them with contact paper to make these fun and colorful book holders! via Name Bubbles
One of my favorite ways to store kids books is the super easy rain gutter book shelves!
These easy book crates hang on the wall to make the perfect spot for a book nook! via I Heart Organizing
Build your own book bin that matches perfectly in any room. via This Little Street
Use a rolling cart so kids can take their books wherever they feel like is the best reading spot that day. via Kylie M. Interiors
Turn an old wooden pallet into a gorgeous book display. via The Picket Fence Project
Make a PVC pipe book shelf in just a few minutes! via Dwelling in Happiness
A book sling is another fun DIY project you can make to contain your kids books. via Domestic Imperfection
Customize a wooden crate with your kiddos name on it for a portable book bin! via DIY Network
If you want to be able to slide your books under the bed when you aren’t using them, using a suit case is a great idea! via The Classroom Creative
No matter where or how you are storing your books, the important thing is you’re collecting them and reading with your kids each day. There are over 80 titles of full-length Scholastic books to choose from! You can get all the details here, including a full list of available Scholastic titles and how to redeem for your free books.
All you have to do is shop at Walmart and buy one of the participating products, upload your receipt, and get your credit!
Liz is a just a mom trying to keep it real about how little she sleeps, how often she gets puked on and how much she loves them. You can find her here every day writing about real-mom moments.