More Unique Gifts for Book Lovers
December 20, 2011 | Featured
Since the holidays are upon us, I figured now would be a good time for another installment of Ten Unique Gifts For Book Lovers. Here are some memorable gift options for the bibliophiles in your life.
The perfect Edition of Scrabble for the Book Lover! Bonus points are awarded with the use of any author name, book title, or literary character.
Send your book lover the Book Lovers gift basket. This gift comes in a book end chest filled with sweet treats and coffee to enjoy during reading time. Barnes and Noble gift cards can be added in $15 or $25 denominations.
A toast to your favorite classics! Set of eight coasters with iconic book cover art from Catch-22, Invisible Man, and Pride and Prejudice, among others. Which book coaster deserves your Hemingway Daiquiri?
- Water-resistant coasters
- Eight different book titles
- Canvas-wrapped “book case”
- Coasters become pages of book when stored
Purchase of this set sends one book to a community in need
For literary buffs! – let us produce your favourite quote on our Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelet! This is a 24 gauge, 3/8″ width of sterling silver. Cuff length is 6″
Share the wealth of reading and encourage the ones you love with this handmade “read” sign. A great item for the library, family room or den. Also a great gift item for the teacher in your life. It can hang on the wall or stand it up in your bookcase, a great piece literary collectors!
Every day, Book Lover’s offers a new recommendation for a page-turning book. All the Living, C. E. Morgan’s lyrical debut novel exploring love and bereavement. The best thriller you’ve never heard of: Mark Miller’s The Savage Garden, set in a mysterious Tuscan garden. And Vanished Smile, R. A. Scotti’s rollicking true story of the theft of the Mona Lisa. Plus Mark Booth’s entertaining ride through the lighter side of world history and Patricia T. O’Connor and Stewart Kellerman’s bold and irreverent Origins of the Specious: Myths and Misconceptions of the English Language.
For discerning bibliophiles and readers who enjoy unforgettable classic literature, 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die is a trove of reviews covering a century of memorable writing. Each work of literature featured here is a seminal work key to understanding and appreciating the written word. The featured works have been handpicked by a team of international critics and literary luminaries, including Derek Attridge (world expert on James Joyce), Cedric Watts (renowned authority on Joseph Conrad and Graham Greene), Laura Marcus (noted Virginia Woolf expert), and David Mariott (poet and expert on African-American literature), among some twenty others. Addictive, browsable, knowledgeable—1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die will be a boon companion for anyone who loves good writing and an inspiration for anyone who is just beginning to discover a love of books. Each entry is accompanied by an authoritative yet opinionated critical essay describing the importance and influence of the work in question. Also included are publishing history and career details about the authors, as well as reproductions of period dust jackets and book designs.
I Love Books Zip Hoodie around town in style with this zip-up hooded sweatshirt. Made of soft fleece, it keeps you (and anyone next to you) toasty. (Also available in t-shirts, tote bags, etc.)
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!
Recycled books, carefully handmade into purses and e-reader covers.