Deluxe Leveled Reading Book Browser Cart 18-1

(BB005-18-1)
$575.87 USD
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Why We Designed This

For use as an in-class library or for maker space materials and tools. These carts are the ideal height for students and teachers to easily view and choose a book. This model includes book racks on the sides and back to hold even more! Tubs include the perfect spot for a label (labels not included) and can be used to color code Lego® and other maker and STEM materials.This book cart can hold up to 90lbs and is built of tough stuff!

Learn more about our Makerspace solutions here

Renovated Learning: 4 Reasons Why I Love Copernicus Carts in Makerspaces

Features

  • 18 Small Open Tubs in an assortment of colors
  • 2" locking casters
  • 2 small side racks
  • 1 large book display (back)
  • Tubs can be easily labeled (labels not included)

 

 

Design

  • Tubs are made with 25% post-industrial recycled polypropylene and are recyclable through most blue box programs when they reach the end of their use.
  • Have a part that needs replacing? Keep your product in use longer, rather than sending your entire product to the landfill by using our Replacement Parts Program.

Packaging

  • Cardboard is the majority of this product's packaging. The only plastic used is for cable ties, which we are working to eliminate.
  • Frame Measures 36 1/2"(93 cm) H x 49"(124cm) W x 21"(53cm) D (racks installed)
  • Small Open Tub Measures  6"(15cm) H x 6 1/2" (17cm) Wx 15 3/4" (40cm) D
  • UPC: 664678000108

Educator's Reviews

I just love my cart! It was a great way for me to organize additional books and student resources in my classroom. It is very sturdy.  It allows my students (and myself) to find things easily.  It looks GREAT in my classroom!

-Deedee Wills, Kindergarten Teacher, Colorado

We use the carts everyday to travel from room to room with the children, since we don’t have our own room to store our activities and programming materials. This means the children have access to the materials we provide at all times, it basically allows us to have a ‘portable classroom’. 

-Lexi W, Early Childhood Educator, Ontario