10 Perfect Gifts for Bookworms
At only $5 for a set of two, you can afford to buy these temporary tattoos by Litographs for yourself and a friend. Choose from over 100 books! The tattoo pictured below is from Oscar Wilde's hilarious tale, The Importance of Being Ernest. Like the company promises, it'll be the best book you've ever worn.
This print is an unexpected and unique gift for all the Harry Potter fans in your life. Available through Society6, you can also get this print on a rug, pillow, mug, or t-shirt.
Any literary enthusiast will agree that The Great Gatsby is one of the greatest novels of all time. Sophisticated with a hint of glamour, this Gatsby-inspired design is the ultimate friendship necklace. Which side will you choose?
This clever, adorable tote bag gives a whole new meaning to “reading glasses”. It's perfect for carrying books home from the library or picking up a few groceries.
Don't give your fellow bookworms just any old paper bookmark. Make your gift unique with this adorable (and practical) spoon bookmark. They'll never lose their spot again!
Celebrate classic banned books with this inexpensive, sturdy notebook. It's the perfect place for book lovers to record their innermost thoughts and desires–no censorship required.
This scarf makes it easy to where literary genius from the beloved book, The Little Prince, around your neck. Plus, the infinity style makes it easy to wear.
Bookworms will love sipping tea or hot chocolate out of this dainty mug, which pays homage to literary great Virginia Woolf. Paired with a copy of Mrs. Dalloway or The Hours, you couldn't ask for a better gift!
Do you have a girl friend who just can't get enough Jane Austen? If so, these coasters make a perfect and unique gift. The set includes 10 coasters total, each bearing a quote from either Pride & Prejudice, Emma, or Northanger Abbey.
Modern meets vintage with this charming iPhone case. The bookworm in your life will love showing off their love for the library and all things book-related.
Clarissa Fidler is a 20-something discovering her place in this world. By day she is a communication specialist bringing communities news about their local libraries and the resources they provide. When she’s not tweeting or writing a press release, you’ll find her reading the New York Times, cuddling with her cat Harper, catching up on her favorite blogs, enjoying the outdoors, or checking out a new restaurant. If you’d like to read more by Clarissa, check out her blog West Hawthorne Place.