|Two Sided Pic A Book Stand with Dry Erase Board and Storage Cubbie||37.75" H x 27" W x 15.5" D||40 lbs|
|Number Of Pockets:||1-6|
|Product Category:||Literature Racks|
Questions & Answers
ECR4Kids Two Sided Pic A Book Stand with Dry Erase Board and Storage Cubbie
Happy with book stand!
Grace from California– Verified Buyer
I'm happy with this book stand! The dry eraser though isn't a dry erase, you have to use a wet towel. The shelves for the books only fit about one book, like you can't put any behind or in front of it. It's just not meant for thick books, but thin books will fit. The quality was just what I was expecting though!
Mom of Two from Scottsdale AZ
I previously purchased a Guidecraft display bookshelf from Wayfair and love it! Since I needed a second display, I thought I would save a little money and get a two sided one since this has "storage" and dry erase. I found this product to be somewhat flimsy, not at all the quality of the guidecraft one I purchased. The "storage" is too small for anything and the dry erase, if used, would likely not be able to be erased. I won't let my kids use it for that because I am afraid it will be permanent. Also, the book display width is small. Previously I thought the Guidecraft one was a bit small, only allowing 2-3 books per slot area, but I now wish I had purchased another one of those because this one only displays one or two books. I recommend to spend a little more money and get the one that has wider slots.
mckenna from ohio– Verified Buyer
good qulaity but difficult to put together on your own
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