A Book Lover’s Gift Guide for the Whole Family

Posted November 20, 2017 by shooting in Product Review / 22 Comments

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It’s Monday! I hope you all had a fantastic week. I’m here today to share some fun books and other bookish items for everyone in your family! If you’re reading my blog, there is a big chance that you like to read (or know someone who does) so hopefully you will find something below that will be the perfect gift this holiday season! I’m going to break down the ideas below, but check out the widget at the very bottom to see everything in one spot (and with a picture!)

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For the Children or Young At Heart

Penguin Books The Puffin in Bloom Collection – I love special editions of books; they are just so pretty!

Favorite Books Children’s Custom Art Print – Umm…I’d totally get one of these for myself!

HarperCollins The Paddington Treasury – I haven’t seen the new movies based around Paddington, but let’s go old-school and share the actual stories!

HarperCollins Treasury of Picture Book Classics – This is such a lovely gift idea! You get a variety of classic picture books in ONE volume.

Levels of Discovery Sling Book Shelf – I would have adored a book shelf like this when I was a kid!

For the Tweens and Teens

Neil Gaiman/Chris Riddell 3-Book Box Set – I just bought Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by Chris Riddell, so I can tell you for sure that these new versions of the book are awesome!

Wonder/365 Days of Wonder Box Set – The movie is out now so if you know someone who hasn’t read the book, or doesn’t own the book, this box set would be an awesome gift! I own it!

She Persisted: 13 American Women Who Changed the World – I personally would love to add this book to my own collection!

For the Adults 

The Bucket List: 1,000 Adventures Big and Small – Do you have a bucket list? I think this book would give some great ideas. Plus, it’s a good choice for people that don’t read a ton!

What Would Jane Do? – Know any big Jane Austen fans? They need this book!

The House that Pinterest Built – This one is a bit pricey, but I’m so curious! This would be great for anyone that loves Pinterest or DIY.

Canines of New York – Are you a fan of Humans of New York? This is like that – but with dogs!

Mini Library Scented Tea Lights (Set of 10) – Yes please! I love candles, and these smell like the library? I’m sold!

Well-Read Women: A Reader’s Journal – This would be a really fun way for you – or someone else – to keep track of all the books they read!

For the Fan

Classic Coloring: Alice in Wonderland – Adult coloring is very popular these days, so why not get one that revolves around a classic novel such as Alice in Wonderland?

Harry Potter: A Journey Through a History of Magic by The British  Library – If you know anyone like me, who collects all things Harry Potter, this will surely be loved!

Stranger Fillings: A Parody Cookbook – I love cookbooks that revolve around a show (I own one for Harry Potter and The Hunger Games). Now you can get one for Stranger Things!

The Dr. Seuss Coloring Book – And another coloring book based around a classic children’s author. This might be a great gift for someone who works with young kids, like a teacher!

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What do you think? Does anything catch your eye? Check out the widget below to get an actual look at these items!

22 responses to “A Book Lover’s Gift Guide for the Whole Family

  1. The Alice and Wonderland Coloring book, Dr. Seuss coloring book and Stranger Things cookbook just might be going on my wishlist now! Great suggestions! I’d love one of those sling style book cases for my kiddo too. Maybe someday!

  2. I want all the things!! I want to get that book case for Jona’s room, great pick. And the favorite books art print is such a great idea! Forget kids, I want the Puffin in Bloom books for ME! 🙂

  3. Oh, my goodness… these are all such great gift ideas! I’d love a Paddington Bear collection (used to love them as a kid!). Or the Neal Gaiman book or She Persisted <3 Or even a bucket list book (I never heard of the Pinterest one, but it's speaking to me too). Oh, you meant this list as a "what to gift OTHER people" list? 🙂

  4. Great selection there, I am always on the look out for new books to read to the children. Thanks for linking up to the #BloggersBest

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