Christmas is right around the corner! Are you all done with shopping yet?
Of course, books always make the best gifts because there is a book for everyone. I plan to do a Best of 2018 post soon, but 2018 isn’t over yet and I’ve got plenty to read still!
I LOVE bookish goodies, so I’ve compiled a few of my favorites, in case you still need something for the book lovers in your life.
1. 2019 Bibliophile 12-Month Planner
I LOVE this planner and I’ve already got on for myself! It’s a great planner for everyday tasks. This deluxe hardcover planner is a choice purchase for book lovers and book-club buddies. Every page features Jane Mount’s colorful artwork, from her iconic bookstacks to whimsically illustrated bookish treasures.
• Tabbed Sections
• Monthly and weekly spreads
• Notes pages
• Holiday list
• Interior pocket
• Ribbon marker
Get it at Amazon here.
2. Vase Bookends
These are SO cute! You can always have a different bookend with these vases, just update your flowers! These handmade flower vases are designed to hold books between them, or even desktop tools inside them!
Get them here at Uncommon Goods.
3. A Book of the Month Subscription
Have you heard of the Book of the Month Club? I’ve been a member for about a year, and they’ve been around so long that my mom was even a member when she was my age!
You can’t choose your family—but they can choose their books. Give them the gift that lets them pick from the best new books every month. BOTM searches through hundreds of new releases to find the five best books coming out every month. And they’re usually really good! Give 3 Months or 6 Months or a full year of books! Get a hardcover every month (new releases and early release!) or get two or three or all five! You can also add on extra books from past months!
Get a subscription here!
4. A Personal Library Organization Kit
THIS is something I need in my life!
For a bibliophile, there’s no greater pleasure than sharing beloved books, but no crueler pain than losing them for good—until the Personal Library Kit! Revive old-fashioned library circulation techniques for fun and book retention with our classic bestseller!
- The perfect gift for the generous reader
- Even better looking
- 6 x 7.5 x 1.25 inches; 20 self-adhesive pockets and checkout cards; date stamp and inkpad; pencil
Get it here at KnockKnock.
5. Lit Chat Conversation Starters
A fun game for bookclub perhaps?
Each of the 50 cards in this conversation deck is printed with two reading-themed questions (100 questions total). Some invoke books that are tied to memories (name your favorite childhood picture book); others prompt you to choose ideal reading material for a hypothetical situation (if you were stranded on a desert island, what book would you want with you?). Some of them aim to get people comparing their favorite (and not-so-favorite) characters or authors, and others engage in popular debates amongst readers (name a movie adaptation you liked and defend your choice). Created to give readers of all persuasions an excuse to talk about books, ideas, and life itself, this deck is a great addition to any booklover’s shelf.
Get here at Amazon.
6. Magnetic Bookmarks
These are my most favorite types of bookmarks. My dog is constantly knocking my books off tables, the couch, anywhere.. and these don’t fall out, they’re really small, and come in all sorts of cute shapes and size and designs. The magnetic closure allows bookmarks to “snap” into place. hands down my most used bookmarks!
My favorite ones are here at Amazon.
7. A Little Free Library!
If you follow my Instagram, you know I’m on a trek to find and love and photograph as many of these as I can. I just love the idea behind them so, so much and you can read about them here and you can get one of your own!
The simple premise—”Take a book, leave a book”—invites readers of all ages to share the love of books. Now you can erect your very own tiny library…without a trip to the lumberyard! A portion of the proceeds from the sale of these at Bas Bleu benefits the Little Free Library nonprofit organization.
Get your own LFL here at Bas Bleu.
8. yeah, she reads Book Tote
Who doesn’t love a good book tote, and this one – ahhhhmazing! So simple, so awesome. There are several matching items, like pencil pouches at Barnes and Noble too! They have a great selection of literary totes and bags.
Get yours here at B&N.
9. 100 Books Scratch Off Poster – A Bibliophile’s Bucket List
A really fun idea for book lovers! Who doesn’t love trying to check things off lists, and this one is adorable to boot Hang it on the wall and scratch off titles of iconic books as you read to reveal the artwork underneath.
From the Hundred Acre Wood to the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, this poster invites you to read your way through 100 iconic books. As you do, use a coin to scratch off each title and reveal surprise, literary artwork underneath. The collection covers classics like Animal Farm and Wuthering Heights, as well as works in the contemporary canon like The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, and influential nonfiction like Freakonomics. It’s an interactive way for any bookworm to enjoy essential reading.
Get this and more scratch off posters at Uncommon Goods.
10. DIY Miniature Bookstore Kit
Oh Mylanta! THIS is going in the cart. Not even waiting for someone to buy it for me.
Create your very own (tiny) bookstore! This dollhouse-size, old-fashioned reading room features enormously charming little details: miniature bookshelves, books, prints and paintings, cabinets, a high-backed reading chair, a stepladder, a tiny table, a vase of flowers—even working lights. Kit comes with everything you need: wood, cloth, paper, metal, glue and paint, and complete instructions with color illustrations. The 1/24-scale model takes about twenty hours to assemble and measures about 7″x9″x7½”. For ages 10 to adult. Requires two 3V batteries (not included).
Get yours here at Bas Bleu
Do you have any gift suggestions for book lovers?
Let me know if the comments below so I can immediately add them to the cart and buy them for myself 🙂