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    • Candice Davis

      ooh, spice racks for bookshelves. also, framed book covers// Ideas for the reading nook I'm planning on for the kiddos

    • Elizabeth King

      Use $4 spice racks for book shelves. If the book cover can be seen, your child is more likely to want to read it. Great for the play room!

    • Stephanie K

      Reading nook for kids' room. Spice racks from Ikea?? Framed book Covers

    • Robyn Schroeder-Kuhlman

      Cute little reading area, with the letters, book shelves, and framed book covers for reading corner. Maybe for basement or an area of the kids' bedrooms

    • Amber Hagan

      Creating A Little Reading Nook For Your Child Is Simple And Inexpensive The letters are $1 each at walmart. The photos on the walls are book covers framed and the frames are from the dollar store and the book shelves on the walls are ikea spice racks that are $3.99 each. Add a small rug or chair. Now you have a nifty little reading corner for your children to enjoy.

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