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Librarians All Around Take Advantage of These Handy 8 Gifts

The best gifts worth using like the best books are worth reading.

Being professional connoisseurs of what is written in the most fantastical books, there’s little that you can actually suggest to librarians that they don’t know already.

Still, librarians spend a significant amount of their time buried between books. It is only fitting that you should get them something book-related as you’d probably guessed. Get them something that can actually help them sort through the many pages they love so much. Don’t know what that is? Take a look at this list of the best gifts you can give a librarian.

#1 Forty Five Paradises of the Printed Word by Alex Johnson

Literary Places (Inspired Traveller's Guides) by Sarah Baxter
Literary Places (Inspired Traveller’s Guides) by Sarah Baxter

The so-called Book Towns of the world are dedicated havens of literature, and the ultimate dream of book lovers everywhere. Book Towns takes readers on a richly illustrated tour of the 40 semi-officially recognized literary towns around the world and outlines the history and development of each community, and offers practical travel advice.

Learn more or buy here.

#2 Literary Places (Inspired Traveller’s Guides) by Sarah Baxter

Inkredible Pen Subscription Box
Inkredible Pen Subscription Box

Inspired Traveller’s Guides: Literary Places takes you on an enlightening journey through the key locations of literature’s best and brightest authors, movements, and moments-brought to life through comprehensively researched text and stunning hand-drawn artwork.

Learn more or buy here.

#3 Inkredible Pen Subscription Box

Forty Five Paradises of the Printed Word by Alex Johnson
Forty Five Paradises of the Printed Word by Alex Johnson

A surprise every month for that special someone. Perfect for the avid pen lover or the new collector just starting out. Each month, we’ll send a surprise box of hand-selected pens and ink to unpack and enjoy. With three levels to choose from: Inkmeister ($25), Penthusiast ($75), or Collector ($150), there’s an Inkredible Box for everyone.

Learn more or buy here.

#4 D – TRT Spectacle Frame

D - TRT Spectacle Frame
D – TRT Spectacle Frame

These honey-hues and classic keyhole bridge make these round tortoise shell glasses the perfect match for your studious style. Complemented with rose gold temples, this colouration offers a unique twist on the traditional, tortoiseshell spectacle frame. The ‘D -TRT’ spectacle-model has been handmade in Scotland from high-quality cullulose acetate and bespoke hardware by Scottish eyewear manufacturer, Banton Frameworks.

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#5 I Like Big Books And I Cannot Lie Tote

I Like Big Books And I Cannot Lie Tote
I Like Big Books And I Cannot Lie Tote

This bag is great for the librarian in your life, especially if they have a sense of humor. If they don’t get the joke, then that’s even better. This tote can go anywhere from the library to the grocery store, and even to the beach. The company offers a 100% money-back guarantee, so you can purchase this with confidence.

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#6 Library Card Pouch

Library Card Pouch
Library Card Pouch

Made out of sturdy canvas, choose from over 10 options of book-themed pouches. Our favorite? The library card of course!

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#7 Color and Activity Book for Librarians

Color and Activity Book for Librarians
Color and Activity Book for Librarians

Witty and offbeat, this book will be appreciated by anybody who has worked at a library, from pages and clerks to librarians and directors.

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#8 Wicked Witch Bookmark

Wicked Witch Bookmark
Wicked Witch Bookmark

With its amazing striped legs and red glossy shoes, it will be sure to catch everyone’s attention sticking out of your novels. This bewithcing bookmark pays homage to to the Wizard of Oz and will make a perfect gift for the book lover in your life.

Learn more or buy here.

Contributors to this article
Alex Johnson from While Lion Publishing

Rhodes Kriske from Tekli

Jamie Bartlett from Banton Frameworks

Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

Sara Skirboll from RetailMeNot’s The Real Deal

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