Do you have a philosophy, strategy, or tactic for organizing books? Because I need help.
Don’t get me wrong. I’ve got my Lutheran fiction all together. I’ve got my “books to read” section. I have a Russian section, a British section, a general non-fiction section and several theological sections (hymnals/music, theology, devotionals, etc.).
My homeschooling books, however, are everywhere. But, far worse than that, my children’s books are such a mess that it’s impossible to find anything.
Do you organize by reading level? I think that’s what I’d like to do. But my five year old just started reading easy chapters books and it’s not like I can stop him from reading younger than that!
And would I prep ahead to have a high school level?!
Maybe you don’t care about organizing books. Maybe this isn’t your struggle. But if you have tips, I’d welcome them. Gotta tame some book chaos, even as other types of chaos take turns being addressed. 🙂
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Rock on, folks. Wishing you & yours books well.
By the way, I’ve decided to keep the Wazzlewood Giveaway open through Sunday night and Monday I’ll announce the winner. Remember, to win a free paperback copy, go to this original post and comment. But, in the meanwhile, get a digital copy of The World of the Wazzlewoods (A Fern & Dale Fairy Tale Book, Vol. 1) for free through Saturday! Just click the image below. Again, next book should be out in time for Christmas gifting.