Skip to main content

GreenBeanTeenQueen Gift Guide: Bookish Gifts

You don't just have to give books for the holidays-you can give book lovers all sorts of bookish gifts. These are some of my favorites.

Postertext posters are great for any booklover! It's a poster that features a books text and made into very cool black and white artwork. If you don't see your favorite title listed you can make a suggestion-right now the focus in on classics. The hard part is figuring out which poster you want!

Unshelved has lots of great library t-shirts, but I think this catalog one is my favorite! Sure to make any librarian laugh!

Cafe Press is one of my favorite places to look for bookish gifts. Search "librarian" for loads of gift ideas that are great for the librarian or library lover in your life. You can also search for "booklover" or "reading" for more great ideas.

Journals Unlimited has a great reader's journal. I have one and I love it because it helps me make notes on books I've read that I can use later in my blog reviews (since I should write reviews right after I read a book but don't always do so!) If you like keeping track of what you read, this journal is for you!

And what's a bookish guide without entries from Etsy? I love this banned books locket! What about this adorable book charm bracelets? What about a bracelet that shows off your favorite reads? And I really think I need this print for my office/home library.

Have any other favorite bookish gifts? I'd love to hear about them!

Comments

  1. so fun. i really want that print too! adorable. and a postertext would be awesome. they should do an oscar wilde book....the picture of dorian gray. i couldn't resist that. haha

    -Lauren

    ReplyDelete
  2. Postertext posters are so awesome! And thanks for pointing us in the direction of Etsy listings.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Love this list!! Thanks for sharing these!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Thanks Sarah, this is great. I always forget about these places to get some of my friends/family gifts.

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

I love hearing from other readers! Share your thoughts and chime in!

Popular posts from this blog

Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell

Rating: 5/5 Stars Genre: Realistic Fiction Release Date: 2/26/2013 Add to Goodreads About the Book: Eleanor and Park are both misfits. When new girl Eleanor sits next to Park on the bus, they don't want anything to do with each other. But over the course of the school year, things change. It starts with comic books and becomes a friendship and a romance that the two will never forget. You never forget your first love. GreenBeanTeenQueen Says: Have you ever had a book sit on your shelf that you've heard so much hype about? And you think that books sounds like it would be right up your alley, but you're in a reading slump and you're afraid to give it a try unless it fails? I knew Eleanor and Park sounded like my perfect book, but I was in such an after committee slump that I even though I knew this book would help, I just didn't want to be disappointed. I should have known better because Eleanor and Park was perfect and everything that I had hoped it wou

Post Downton Abbey Reading List

Downton Abbey is over (with a shocking and frustrating ending!) and now I'm suffering Downton Abbey withdrawal. I've got a reading list full of books that I hope will satisfy my post-Downton Abbey cravings and I thought I'd share what's in my pile and get suggestions for other after Downton reads. Here's what I hope to be reading this year (a mix of YA and adult titles):                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  A couple Julian Fellowes reads:                And a few re-reads:                    Edited to add: What's on your Post-Downton Abbey reading list?

Tween Tuesday: Drizzle by Kathleen Van Cleve

Rating: 2.5/5 Stars Genre: Magical Realism Release Date: 3/4/2010 Add to Goodreads About the Book: Polly Peabody lives on a magical farm. They grow chocolate rhubarb, it rains every Monday at exactly 1:00, and her best friend is a plant named Harry. When the rain stops, Polly's brother falls ill, and her aunt wants to sell the farm, Polly must figure out a way to save her beloved home. GreenBeanTeenQueen Says: Drizzle is on our state book list and one of our Chat & Chew book club picks. The kids reviews were mixed on this one and sadly, it was my least favorite of all the books we read for Chat & Chew. The kids that liked it said it had action, but for me the plot was slow and dragged too much. The book could have been edited down and I lost interest in the story. I liked the magical farm that Polly lived on, but the magic wasn't enough to hold my interest. I felt like the plot went around in circles too much and never got going. The ending was also a bit