Looking for the perfect gift for a bookworm? Whether that person is you or a friend, bibliophiles deserve something special this holiday. Sure, you could just pick out a new novel or a subscription box, but you could also get a little more creative. Here are some book-themed gift ideas that readers will appreciate.
Scentfolk Studio’s Classic Collection encapsulates everything we want to feel when getting acquainted with a new book. It’s the perfect scented candle to set the mood for each reading session.
If you’re the type to stay up trying to finish a gripping novel, a light panel is a must-have. Unlike your typical reading lamp, its battery operated and portable, so you can use it even when on the go.
Tote bags are great for carrying all your literary finds and other everyday essentials. Lucky for you, we found a Shakespearean canvas that checks both design and function.
Stickers and Button Pins
Paperaica Shop has the cutest novelty items for book lovers and stationery enthusiasts alike. The hand-drawn stickers and button pins add a nice personal touch to any of your belongings.
What sets Papemelroti’s bookmarks from the rest is that it’s made entirely of recycled paper and designed by award-winning graphic artist Robert Alejandro. Plus, the magnetic closing means you don’t have to worry about the placeholder slipping out.
We recommend these vinyl bookends for both audiophiles and bibliophiles. It prevents your books from collapsing and doubles as a shelf display.
Statement Coffee Mug
Bookworms will relate to the witty statements on this coffee mug. Pour yourself a cup of caffeine before you immerse yourself in a fictional world, and you’re set.
While it’s not for everyone, a Kindle Paperwhite is an ideal device for individuals who are constantly on the move. It’s light, offers quick access to a digital library, and doesn’t emit blue light that could strain your eyes.
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