Children’s bookshelves come in several different heights to give young readers access to books, magazines, and other media, and often have deeper shelves for picture books and toys. For the youngest readers, picture book browsers are often a good choice. These browsers enable books to be displayed forward facing, making it easier for the younger set to pick what appeals to them.
To make the library an even more fun place to be, shelving can be combined with specialty seating, desks, and picture book boxes to create places that spark imagination. Some shelves can be converted into reading or play tables, while other shelving is designed to intrigue and attract young readers with their unique shapes and colors.
Children’s seating should be appropriately sized, comfortable, and sturdy. Tables and chairs should be strong enough to withstand wear and tear, but light enough so that children can move them around. Children’s seating comes in soft and hard varieties, and in colors that attract and delight.