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Guidecraft School Library Cart
Guidecraft School Library Cart
Guidecraft School Library Cart
Guidecraft School Library Cart
Item #: G6412
Price: $250.00

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Guidecraft School Library Cart

The Guidecraft School Library Cart is a must have book-case for every children library. Made up of high quality Baltic Birch-wood, this book case for kids features multiple shelves. It is equipped with four sturdy wheels for a hassle free movement. It has a natural wood color throughout. It requires assembly. This wooden cart weighs 45 lbs.

Key features:
  • Baltic Birch-wood used
  • Natural wood color throughout
  • Multiple shelves
  • Four wheels for easy movement
  • Weight: 45 lbs.
  • Assembly required

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Dimensions: 37.5" h x 36" w x 18" l
Weight: 47lb

Brand: Guidecraft

For over 45 years, Guidecraft’s educational kids toys, arts & crafts, and kids room furniture have delighted kids and parents alike. Developmental toys, from building blocks to award-winning Magneatos encourage open-ended educational play. Guidecraft was established in 1964 in a small woodshop, producing 10 items. Today, Guidecraft company has continued to develop the line, which now includes over 580 educational toys and furnishings. Guidecraft’s size has changed, but Guidecraft’s mission remains the same; stay true to the tradition of smart, beautifully crafted wood products, which allow children's minds and imaginations room to truly wonder and grow.

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