10 Fab Literary Gifts Perfect for Book Fans.
Today’s gift pick is a selection of the industry’s best new literary gifts. A top ten mix of books and book-themed gifts that are new to the market this Christmas.
My first literary gift pick is the sweet ‘Who’s in the Tree that Shouldn’t Be’ by Craig Shuttlewood. A delightful new book for little ones shown in the images above and below. Beautifully illustrated throughout, the book has been printed in soft cover and hard back editions; retailing at £6.99 and £11.99 respectively. The book is available in high street stockists including Waterstones and Foyles; it can also be purchased online from Amazon.
An endearingly written children’s story, the Personalised ‘Letter to Santa’ book features a name of your choice on every page. A keepsake gift that can be read and re-read each Christmas. Prices start from £18.00 from the Jonny’s Sister website.
‘Good Friends, Good Books’ is a bold typographic print ideal for bookish friends. Available in A3 and A4 sizes, the print can be personalised if required. Prices start from £12.50 from A is for Alphabet.
‘Earth Space Moon Base’ is the first children’s picture book from Symetria designer, Ben Joel Price. mixing offbeat rhymes and retro style illustration it’s a delightful read for kids and parents alike. Retailing at £13.99 it can be purchased online at Amazon and various stockists nationwide. Find out more and watch the trailer at the Earth Space Moon Base website.
Little book lovers will be delighted with the tales and illustrations to be found in ‘Storytime’. A new monthly magazine for parents and children, it’s a perfect Christmas gift for story fans. A 12 month gift subscription is £31.99 from the Storytime website.
I love the amazing illustrations of Paul Thurlby delightfully captured in his latest tome Numbers. A great gift for illustration fans, Numbers retails at £12.99 from Waterstones, Foyles, Hatchards, Harrods, Selfridges, the South Bank shop and the Tate. Find out more at the Paul Thurlby website.
Delight a book-loving friend with a sharp and sophisticated ‘Books’ screen print. In stylish black and white, it will look amazing in any home library. £30.00 from Urban Graphic.
For book fans and rock gods ‘Excess all Areas’ by Sue Richmond is a must-have. Illustrated by Wilf Hanson, it’s a light-hearted look at the demands of rock idols on tour. Retailing at £19.99 the book can be purchased online from Amazon.
This selection of cute stocking fillers are upcycled from books. Handmade cards and literary gifts that book lovers will adore. Cards are £3.99 and bookmarks £5.00 from Yoojoo.
The last pick is a cool ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ Wall Art. Featuring text from the book, a Willy Wonka cut out and a selection of colourful sweet illustrations. The print retails at £29.99 from the Getting Personal website.