the book lover. How difficult could it be to buy a present for this
person? It's so obvious, isn't it? The perfect present is a book, duh.
Wrong! Take it from a bonafide bookworm (I can't stop reading, it's a
sickness) -- a book is one of the riskiest gifts to give any hardcore
reader. If they want to read it, chances are they have it already or are
waiting for the perfect moment to purchase. Then there are the zillion
books that they've already read and the many that they have no desire to
read at all. For the book lover, buying a book is a pretty personal
decision. It's a minefield, people, just stay clear!
So what can you buy for your favorite bookworm this holiday season? Read on for some bibliophile-approved suggestions.
Chances are high that your book-loving buddy is also a grammar nerd. This Grammar Teacup and Saucer Set (Etsy, $42) will have any grammar geek giggling with delight as they sip their favorite hot beverage.
Everything at Litographs is pretty much a bookworm's dream, but their shirts -- like this Wuthering Heights version (Litographs,
#34) -- are nothing short of amazing. They print an entire work on each
Tshirt, so you can wear your favorite book on your back. Available in a
ton of titles, so you'll have plenty to choose from.
Im a book lover and if someone got me these well frankly I'd be disappointed. Sorry if it seems ungrateful but I'd rather have a gift card or a book, even one I might not be that interested in instead of these.
I 100% agree.. I don't like any of those things! The only one that I even thought,"Well maybe" were the cups,but that would be more because I have three kids and it would be funny when they get their coffee or cocoa treats.
Quoting LilliesValley: Im a book lover and if someone got me these well frankly I'd be disappointed. Sorry if it seems ungrateful but I'd rather have a gift card or a book, even one I might not be that interested in instead of these.