8 Gifts for Your Young Readers in 2016
With the holidays near, we wanted to be sure you had some gift ideas for your young readers. For many students (and adults), the passion of reading is more than just an activity. In a way, you could say it’s even a sort of hobby. And of course, by getting them gifts aimed specifically at reading, you’re encouraging a lifetime of literary minded thinking. So, without further ado, here are a few gift ideas for your young readers.
The Kindle Paperwhite - In recent years, the price on Kindle’s e-reader has come down considerably. It’s also a great choice for parents that want to give their kids some tech, but that’s more reading-centered. It also has lots of cool features as well.
Sprout Bookmark - Of course, what’s reading without a bookmark? These cute little nature-inspired ones are simple and imaginative. But really, you can go with any bookmark you think works best.
A Personal Library Kit - For readers of all ages, there’s something special about your own collection. And of course, there’s something equally as magical about loaning those books to close friends and family. Kits like these are a fun way to add to that experience.
Some Gorgeous Bookends - We chose these bookends because they bring the beauty of the natural world to the activity of reading. Still, any bookends would make a great gift for a young reader.
Literary Posters - Throughout the Internet, you can find posters with quotes from famous authors and more. This gift is certainly even better when you choose one from your young reader’s favorite book or author.
A Full Boxed Set Edition - There’s almost no end to the number of boxed sets you can purchase for your young reader. From Sci-fi to classical literature, these sets are often handsomely crafted, and they give your readers a chance to devour longer stories front to back.
Out of Print Shirts - This literary-focused company has a ton of shirts for almost every book you can imagine. They make excellent gifts for those young readers who love to show off what they’ve read!
A Book Light - You probably remember your own book light from when you were younger. Although it’s a simple gift, this one is practically a tradition among readers, old and young alike.
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