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Best Book Nooks for Kids



It goes without say that a good book nook can greatly enhance your reading (or napping) experience. With a beautiful view and the sun streaming in, we showed you our favourite spots for adults a few weeks ago.

But we couldn’t resist the colourful, uber creative and adorable reading nooks these youngsters are lucky enough to read in. So here’s a round up of the cutest children letting their imaginations run wild in cozy, little hideouts.

An Awesome Little Hut.
Teepees Abound!
Closet Turned Book Nook.
Turn an Old Bathtub into a Reading Paradise.
How Creative Are These Little Spots Carved Into the Wall?
So Cozy!
I Love the Idea of a Privacy Curtain.
One of the Best Window Sills I've Ever Seen.
Give Them a Space and They Will Read.
Just Hanging Around.
A Pile of Cushions is All You Need.
Love the Natural Light.
The Reading Hut.
A Simple, Cozy Corner.
A Stairway to Heaven.
The Perfect Reading Lamp.
Under the Covers is Always a Good Place to Read.
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About Kat

Katerina Ortakova is a book lover, beginner home renovator, karaoke aficionado and animal nut. She enjoys nothing more than a good book, a comfy chair, and her pets at her feet. Having read the entire children’s and young adult section of her local library, Katerina set her sights on a career filled with books at an early age. As Assistant Manager of Online Marketing, she is thrilled to work with amazing authors and books every day. Follow Katerina on Twitter at @kortakova or @RandomHouseCA

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  1. [...] of my devotion to Jo March and of how it led to me attempting to read while sitting in a tree by Random House’s collection of the best “book nooks” for children. Take a look at the link: I love the old bath filled with cushions and books, and would have given [...]

  2. [...] Guardian Books website led me to this article by Random House on the best ‘book nooks’ for kids – little cosy spaces [...]


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