I was one of those kids that would devour an entire stack of library books in one weekend and would rather stay inside and read instead of going out with my friends. To be honest, that’s still my idea of a perfect weekend.
Books seem like an obvious gift for a bookworm, but unless you know of a specific book that they want, how do you know that they haven’t read it yet? A gift card to a local bookstore is always a safe option but if you’re looking for something a bit more exciting, here are some suggestions:
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- Bibliophile Knee Socks
- ‘Go Away I’m Reading’ Sign – Reading is serious business.
- Book Lovers’ Soy Candle – Smells like mahogany, leather, and coffee. Or heaven.
- First Lines of Literature Coffee Mug
- Tequila Mockingbird: Cocktails with a Literary Twist – Learn how to make a Rye and Prejudice or an Absinthe Shrugged.
- Wicked Witch Bookmark – Never lose your page again (no promises about the ruby slippers).
- The Book Lover’s 2018 Calendar – Daily book recommendations? I don’t know if this is a good or a bad thing…
- Library Card Tote Bag
- Stainless Steel Man Bookends
- ‘Just One More Chapter’ Cushion Cover – And this is why my husband often finds me asleep in bed with my e-reader on my face.
- Jane Austen Books Coasters
- Reading Journal – To keep track of your never-ending “to-read” list.
- Banned Books Mug – How many of these historically banned books have you read?
- Alice in Wonderland Scarf
- ‘Where the Wild Things’ Are Pouch
- Book Stack Ornament
- Punk Rock Authors T-Shirt
Looking for more gift suggestions? Take a look at my other gift guides!