Book in One Page Prints: If you have a personal library or a small little reading nook in your home, this print makes an excellent and visually appeasing addition to a book haven area.
Personal Library Kit: Always dreamed of becoming a librarian? Do you want your friends to be the best they can be? Look no further and give the gift of a personal library kit!
Penguin Quotable Postcards: Cute and simple, this is an ideal shocking stuffer or a nice little gift for an exchange.
ALA Posters: Your imagination is the limit! Use in the office, a classroom, a bedroom, or in your own book area! The sales help the ALA website provide support for American librarians.
Book Quote Jewelry: Always an excellent suggestion. Etsy and other websites provide affordable alternatives to big companies, and also provide a larger range of quotes and genres. This ring pictures is available from The Pyramid Collection.
Book Perfume: Buy enough to bathe in it for your book lover!
Banned Book Mug: This mug looks great, and indulges any and all anti-censory book nerds. Add in some tea bags or some hot cocoa mix and a 24 reading coupon for a “Reading Day in a Bag” gift!
Book Scarves: Have a person on your list that loves fashion as well? Want to look your best when traveling to your book store or library? This gift idea is for you!
Book Charms: Cute and simple. Buy two to make earrings, or buy one and string it on a sweet chain for a cute accessory. These charms can also become a cute little bookmark with some DIY magic at home!
Book Purse: LADIES! I’ll let the picture speak for itself. Recycled books become a fashion trend with this lovely little accessory!
Bookshelf Necklace: I am running out of words to describe this awesome and very whimsical gift.
Potion Books: You have to order this from the designer on her website, but OH! this was my favorite gift I stumbled upon! Imagine the face of your book addict when he or she opens this little beauty. I suggest to pair this gift with some ear plugs.
Book Charities: If your book lover feels cluttered this season, Google a charity and a whole plethora of websites pop up. The image above comes from the Reach Out and Read organization.
Paid Subscriptions: PicMonkey, Rafflecopter, Amazon Prime, Book Clubs, Web Hosting, New Blog Design – all of these suggestions would please any book fanatic. This allows you to tailor the gift to the person’s own needs and wishes.