Gifts for Book Lovers, Writers, & Editors: Part 7

I love finding book- and writing-related gifts for book lovers, writers, editors, and librarians. It’s such fun! And I enjoy them myself. I hope you’ll find some of these items appealing for the book lover in your life.

Of course, one of my favorite gifts to receive (or give) is a bookstore gift card. And it’s super easy to buy gift cards online, especially if your book lover has a Kindle Amazon Gift Cards or a Nook (B&N Gift Card).

But there’s so much else that is appealing for book lovers! Check out these finds:

Rory’s Story Cubes

This looks like a fun writing game to play, as well as a possible tool for writers who are stuck. “Rory’s Story Cubes is a pocket-sized creative story generator, providing hours of imaginative play for all ages.”
Amazon, $6.71



BananaGrams

If you haven’t tried BananaGrams yet, and you love word games, check it out! It’s a lot of fun.
Amazon, $13.50



Stack of Books Book lover Necklace

This looks beautiful to me.
Etsy, $25



Book Lover’s Calendar for 2012

Amazon, $12.99




Mary Engelbreit’s Book Lover Bulletin Board Display Set

Amazon, $9.41
These are supposed to be for teachers, but I personally love the middle image (A Book Is a Present You Can Open Again and Again) so much that I’d buy this set for myself.


Library Cushion

Literary Gift Company, 14.95 pounds, about $23.96 US. A bit expensive, but will appeal to some book lovers.




Literary Rubber Duck

I think this little book loving rubber duckie is so cute I had to include it. It would be a nice gift for a child that loves books.
Literary Gift Company, 3.95 pounds, about $6.33 US



Big Boogle

I absolutely love Boggle–it’s one of my favorite words games; maybe THE favorite. So I’m excited to see that there’s now Big Boggle, with 5 x 5 cubes rather than 4 x 4. More words, longer words, more fun!
Amazon, $13.75


Book Lover Bottle Cap Magnets

Etsy, $6.95


Autumn Leaf-It Sticky Notes

These are absolutely beautiful bookmarks, or ways to mark passages or pages you love.
Literary Gift Company, 4.95 pounds, about $7.93 US



Kindle Case Made from a real book

I think this is both really neat (aesthetically pleasing and a neat book-lover tie-in) and also almost ironic–a physical book housing a bunch of electronic ones). I love it!
Etsy, $20.



Stacked Book Bench Table

Amazon, $80



Virginia Woolf typewriter pin

Probably more for writers and editors than book lovers, I love this Virginia Woolf typewriter pin. Books Are the Mirrors of the Soul
Literary Gift Company, 4.00 pounds, about $6.41 US



The Raven by Edgar Allen Poe Mini Book

This mini book has the complete poem. I think mini books are very cute.
Etsy, $12.95



Knock Knock Personal Library Kit

Amazon, $19.80


Read Necklace

Etsy, $12.00



Origami Sticky Notes

Suck UK, 2.00 pounds



Careful, Or You’ll End Up In My Novel t-shirt
More for writers, but so fun!

Amazon, $22-27



Lined Paper Wallet

This wallet may appeal to some writers. It does to me. 🙂
Amazon, $15.00





And then of course there are these wonderful book-themed picture books that I highly recommend for anyone, young or old, and especially book lovers, writers, librarians, and editors:



It’s a Book by Lane Smith
Amazon, $7.64




The Incredible Book-Eating Boy by Oliver Jeffers
Amazon, $12.23



Library Lion by Michelle Knudson, Illustrated by Kevin Hawkes
The Incredible Book Eating Boy, Library Lion, It’s a Book (highly recommend them all for anyone, and especially book lovers, writers, librarians)
Amazon, paperback, $6.99


We Are in a Book! (An Elephant and Piggie Book) by Mo Willems
Amazon, $8.99



Playing By the Book also found some lovely Roald Dahl gifts including a pop-out Charlie and the Chocolate Factory factory.


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

Gifts for Book Lovers and Writers, Part 5

Gifts for Book Lovers, Editors, and Writers, Part 6

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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7 Responses to Gifts for Book Lovers, Writers, & Editors: Part 7

  1. Zoe says:

    ahh.. can I have one of each please? 🙂

  2. Ha! (laughing) I know what you mean, Zoe! I’d love to have them all myself, too. 🙂

  3. Jo Ramsey says:

    Great gift ideas! Wish I’d had those story cubes when I was teaching. They would have been great for my special education students.

  4. So glad you like the gift ideas, Jo! Thanks for letting me know. And yeah–it sounds like the story cubes would have been great with your students.

  5. Stacey says:

    Oh my goodness!! What wonderful, wonderful suggestions… I tend to stay away from Etsy for the benefit of our budget but I just might have to visit- the Read necklace is calling my name! Your posts will be so wonderful to share with the participants in my Books as Gifts class- thank you, thank you, thank you!

  6. Oh, I’m so glad you like the suggestions, Stacey! And so glad you’ll share my posts with your Books as Gifts class; that’s fantastic! Your class sounds like a wonderful idea. And I understand needing to be careful of your budget, and yet also loving things that feel good and affirm reading and books. 🙂

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