Does anyone else struggle with what to give their friends and family for Christmas? Every year, I wonder what I should get my girlfriends and my sister-in-law. Then there’s the whole budget thing, because that usually puts a major crimp in my present plans.
So this year, I put together a list. The good news; all the gifts are $25 or less and available on Amazon Prime, which means free 2 day shipping for all you last minute shoppers.
The best news; your favorite book nerd will love their gift and you!
Knock Knock Personal Library Kit
If you know someone who’s always lending out their books or who loves keeping things organized, this personal library kit is a fun, inexpensive gift!
Reading Journal: For Book Lovers
I purchased this as a Christmas gift for a friend of mine last year (and kept one for myself!) and it is really neat! It has pages set up to review or take notes on books you’re currently reading, plus several reading checklists in the back if you’re interested in literature.
Okay, so did I mention I love notebooks and journals? I had to add this one to the list because it’s a little different than the other journal I mentioned above, but still really cool.
For those cozy days reading on the couch, it’s the perfect pillow! It comes in a variety of colors and quotes. And it’s $10!
Book Dragon T-shirt
BEWARE! We’re book dragons, not worms! This t-shirt is adorable and comes in men’s, women’s, and youth sizes.
Grammar/Potty Mouth Mug
For the potty mouth/Grammar police officer in your life, this is the perfect mug! I do believe I’m getting one of these for myself for Christmas…
Fifty Shades of Wineglass
For the Fifty Shades lover in your life, you can get red and white wine glasses perfect for those quiet evenings of reading.
Library Card Socks
Since most book lovers I know like to stay home and read (myself included) these fun socks are the perfect accessary for a peaceful day with the beverage of your choice and a book.
Kids’ Reading Log
For the child in your life who loves to read, this reading log is a kids’ version of the journals listed above.