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.

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‘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.

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‘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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

Yoojoo Xmas range - literary gifts

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.

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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.

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