Fall Gift Guide
Homesick Library Candle $29.95
Recall floors of literature waiting to take you anywhere. The smell of old leather and the feeling of antique pages. Return to that mingling calmness and curiosity that makes a library so magical.
Winston Churchill once said, “Tact is the ability to tell someone to go to hell in such a way that they look forward to the trip.” On the other hand, you could throw tact to the wind and go straight for this collection of zingers from great authors.
The What I Read journal is ideal for jotting down thoughts and keeping track of all the books you’ve read and can’t wait to start. It’s great for keeping checklists, taking notes, and deciding what to read next, and it’s the perfect size to take with you anywhere.
Novel Teas Box $12.50
Spend teatime with CS Lewis, Rita Mae Brown, Alice Hoffman, and more as they share their thoughts on the delights and comforts of tea and books on each individually printed tea tag.
Wireless & Rechargeable: Powered by Li Battery inside which can support the lamp for five to six hours. Recharge it by connecting the power charge wire to your computer or your mobile power adaptor USB port.
Which one of these bookish items would like to get as a gift? Let us know in the comments down below!
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