Gifts for Book Lovers and Writers, Part 5

I love finding book-related gifts that appeal to readers and writers. Books are such an important part of my life, and I know they enrich others’, too. Below are some of the recent things I’ve found.


Dr. Seuss Cat In the Hat bookplate

Longtime readers of this blog will know that I love bookplates–especially with characters from my favorite children’s books. So I was delighted to find this Dr. Seuss bookplate. 20 bookplates for $2.99


Bookmate

I often make notes about books while I read them, if the book is really well written, if I’m trying to read as a writer, or if I’m reading it for review. So this pen-holder and bookmark combination really appeals to me. And the price is great–$3.99. They come in mulitple colors: purple, blue, red, orange, green, and grey.

Thank you to Julie Schoerke and SIBA for this link, and many others here.

Mechanical pencils that look like traditional pencils

Like writing or editing with pencils, but don’t like sharpening them? Or just like the look of classic lead pencils? Then these mechanical pencils might appeal to you. Sold it sets of 4, they use 5 mm lead. For some reason, they totally appeal to me. I doubt I’m alone in that, since a lot of writers and readers I know love to spend lots of time in stationary stores! $9.00 for a set of 4.


Stacked Books Table

I love this book-themed coffee table! To me, it’s perfect for a real book fan or writer. It’s a bit pricey at $149–but definitely something I’m salivating over. I could see it fitting into many book lovers’ and writers’ homes.


Dr. Seuss Love to Read stickers

Promoting reading with Dr. Seuss stickers–what could be better? 120 stickers for $1.99. Yep, you guessed it–I want some of these. 🙂


Set of 6 Book Coasters

These book coasters may appeal to book lovers and writers alike. The resin coasters are shaped to look like mini books, with protective cork inserts. $32.


Old Books CD Cabinet

Don’t like to keep your CDs or DVDs in full view? Prefer the look of books? Then you might like this CD/DVD book cabinet, with its false book front. It holds 120 CDs or DVDs, and is $129. Not quite my style–I like my DVDs viewable–but it might appeal to you.

Doodleframe from Umbra

This will appeal to artistic types, people who like to doodle, draw, and write–a sketchpad picture frame with 80 pages, where you can doodle or draw your own images on the frame. $16 (US), $19 (CAN), £15.50 (UK).


Read a book in the bath – Aquala Bathtub Caddy from Umbra

Like to read in the tub, but don’t want to risk dropping your book in the water? Know someone who likes to read in the tub? Then this might be perfect for you. It’s made from bamboo (a highly renewable resource), and has a fold-away book support and slot for a wine glass. $42 US.

Creativi-tea mug

For writers and creative types, those who love words and plays on words, and those who love tea, this mug will be appealing. Creativi-tea combines creativity and drinking tea, and features a purple interior with a quote: “Creativi‑tea: Having more creative ability while drinking tea.” There is also Tranquili‑tea, Simplici‑tea, Sinceri‑tea, Sereni‑tea, and prosperi‑tea, each with a different colored interior and quote. Normally $11.99 each, right now they are a dollar less.


Trail: Paper Poetry Pop-Up Book

On each spread, you turn a wheel to read a poem, and look at the elaborote, magical pop-ups–a bird’s nest, a hollow log, flowers and plants. By designer David Pelham. $17.81

Dr. Seuss 6-Color Pen, 12 Pack

Dr. Seuss is a classic favorite. He definitely wrote and illustrated a lot of favorites of mine. These pens may appeal to writers and book lovers alike. Each pen can write in 6 colors. Set of 12 for
$9.99


Dr. Seuss Retractable Ball-Point Pens, set of 12

Want a slightly more adult Dr. Seuss pen? These retractable ball point pens celebrate some of the most well-known Dr. Seuss books–Green Eggs and Ham; The Cat In the Hat; Horton Hears a Who; Yertle the Turtle; $6.49 for 12.

Or, just want to buy a single pen of your favorite Dr. Seuss book? You can, here: Green Eggs and Ham ($0.99); Horton Hears a Who ($0.99); Cat In the Hat; and Yertle the Turtle.

Dr. Seuss mini memo pads


And how can you buy a Dr. Seuss pen without a miniature memo pad? (grinning) $0.99



For more book lover and writer gifts, see my posts:

Gifts for Book Lovers, Part 1

Gifts for Book Lovers, Part 2

Gifts for Book Lovers, Part 3

Gifts for Book Lovers, Part 4

More Gifts for Readers and Writers

Even More Gifts for Book Lovers and Writers

A scarf made from words

Favorite Picture Books as Audio Books at Great Prices

About Cheryl Rainfield

I write the books I needed and couldn't find as a teen. I write teen fiction--paranormal fantasy and gritty realistic fiction. I'm the author of SCARS (WestSide Books, 2010) #1 ALA QuickPicks, and Governor General Literary Award Finalist, HUNTED (WestSide Books, Oct 2011), STAINED (Harcourt, 2013), The Last Dragon (HIP Books, Sept 2009), and Walking Both Sides (HIP Books, 2011). I also enjoy drawing, surfing the web, connecting with people I like, doing crafts, and being with my dog.
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13 Responses to Gifts for Book Lovers and Writers, Part 5

  1. Jen Robinson says:

    Great stuff, Cheryl! Mheir actually bought me the bathtub caddy this past Christmas. You may be sure that I hastened to show him the rest of the post, especially those coasters!

  2. Cheryl says:

    Jen, how thoughtful of Mheir! What a perfect gift! I’m glad you showed him the rest of the post. (grinning) He’ll have more ideas for any-time gift giving. Or your birthday. 🙂

  3. Deanna H says:

    I love all the Dr. Suess stuff. And now that you are a big book writer, you can easily afford that cute book table, right?:)

  4. The Ms. S says:

    Great gifts!

    I think the pop-up poetry book is enchanting.

  5. Cheryl says:

    Deanna, I love the Dr. Seuss stuff, too. I laughed at your joke about being able to afford the cute table. Ha!

    Ms S, yeah, I think the pop-up poetry book looks beautiful, too. Sort of magical, the way it all fits together.

  6. Dani Hall says:

    Hi Cheryl,
    I wanted to let you know about The Literary Gift Company which specialises in gifts for book lovers!
    Thanks
    Dani
    http://www.theliterarygiftcompany.com

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  8. Danielle says:

    Cheryl, I always check out your gifts for readers and purchase three of the Bookmate Pens.

  9. Danielle, thanks for telling me you check out my gifts for readers! (beaming) I love hearing that. Glad you like the Bookmate Pens. 🙂

  10. Anil Khanna says:

    I am interested in buying the Stacked Boks Table. How do I go about it?

  11. Anil, you should be able to click on the link I put with the Stacked Books Table, and get to the website where they sell it. If not, you could search it in Google. I hope you find it. 🙂

  12. DiLited says:

    I’m interested in purchasing the stacked books table and the coasters but when I click on the link it tells me that it’s not available in my area (I live in Australia). I know of a site over here that will locate overseas goods for me, but they need the site name of the company linked on your site. Could you please let me know where the link normally goes to. Thank you.

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