Fabulous Book Storage with the Great Little Trading Co and Win! A Set of 8 Julia Donaldson Books thanks to Macmillan

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Now we are moving home within the next two months, my mind is starting to turn towards the new room layouts and space and storage available, particularly within the children’s new bedrooms. In our current house they have been rather spoilt space-wise, and both have large bedroom, especially Sasha who inherited our old bedroom when we moved up into the loft last summer. 
 
Our new house is an almost topsy-turvey layout to the one we live in now- the new downstairs is much bigger (having been extended) but at the moment the upstairs is smaller, and will remain so until we can afford to do a loft conversion in a few years time. As a result, the Freddie will have a room a similar size to the one he’s in at the moment, but Sasha will temporarily be downsizing in quite a big way! Because of this, I’ve been pondering new storage solutions. Aside from getting rid of some stuff (I’m hoping I can deftly store away some outgrown toys that she’s still clinging on to!), I need to find clever ways of displaying her lovely play-things and books. 
 
When it comes to the latter, I’m hoping to be able to try out some fabulous book storage when we move as part of the Great Little Trading Co Testing Team, and so her room doesn’t become a squash and squeeze! And with one of GLTC’s mantras being “We create more space”, I am more than confident that we’ll be able to find some brilliant solutions. Oh, and they’re also currently offering 15% off all their book storage- result! 
 
Here are some of the options that I love…
 
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1. Greenaway Gallery Bookcase – £85
2. Sling Bookcase – Navy Star – £70
3. Potter Library Table – £95
4. Miss Cat Storage Cart – £30.40
5. Townhouse Bookcase – £125
 
There should be a Squash and Squeeze no more once we’ve chosen the right book storage, and with this in mind, the Great Little Trading Co and Macmillan are offering one lucky blog reader the chance to win 8 fabulous reissued Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler books (including of course, A Squash and a Squeeze!). 
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To be in with a chance of winning, just fill in the Rafflecopter below using as many options as you’d like:
 

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Terms and Conditions: Competition closes at 11.59pm GMT on Sunday 17th July 2016. Entries received after this time and date will not be valid. Giveaway open to UK residents only. Entrants must be 18 and over. Winner will be selected at random via Rafflecopter after the closing date and will be notified within 5 days of competition end. Only entrants received via the Rafflecopter widget will be considered valid. The prize is a set of 8 Julia Donaldson Books- no cash alternatives to the stated prize will be offered.

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173 thoughts on “Fabulous Book Storage with the Great Little Trading Co and Win! A Set of 8 Julia Donaldson Books thanks to Macmillan”

  1. Has to be the Gruffalo, although I do also really enjoy reading the highway rat to my son as well.

  2. Oh I just love stick man the best but also the snail and the whale – I am reading it to a classful of French three year olds in English on Thursday…I feel sick!

  3. I’ve been learning more about Julia Donaldson since working at a nursery. I really enjoy The Gruffalo. The mouse is so clever!

  4. Both me, and my daughter LOVE The Gruffalos Child. x – My daughter also loves ‘Rabbit’s Nap’

  5. I really like the Snail and the Whale and always hope my son gets it from nursery on a Friday so we get to have it for the whole weekend, lol x

  6. I love ‘Superworm’. I’ve just finished my degree in Primary Education and the kids always love to listen to Superworm!

  7. Stick Man, We love reading stick man with his stick lady love and their stick children 3!!!Stick Man Oh Stick Man beware of the dog!!

  8. The Gruffalo is my childrens fav and i have just got a copy for my little granddaughter to enjoy x

  9. My daughters favourite book in the entire world is Paper Dolls tho it makes mummy sneak off for a cry afterwards when the little girl grows up into a mummy!!!! Sob sob

  10. My granddaughter aged 3 was a massive Gruffalo fan but now having discovered The Gruffalo’s Child has to have that read every night, her first example of ‘a series’ 🙂

  11. The Gruffalo’s Child or Stick man,it’s a really difficult question as they’re all so good x

  12. The Gruffalo is our favourite Julia Donaldson book, my kids know most of the words off by heart.

  13. We love Gruffalo immensely but have to admit haven’t gotten around yet to buy Gruffalos child, I bet that too is a lovely book 🙂

  14. Room on the broom is read regularly but I would love to win the stickman as i have never read it

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