by Melissa Chan
Melissa Chan is a local Toronto designer and founder of Literary Book Gifts, a gift shop for book lovers. She’s kindly offering an exclusive discount for KWL authors on her site––read on for the discount code!
It’s just about December and time to get ready for the holidays! A time for tinsel, baked turkey, and some good hearted laughs between family and friends. Whether your holiday tradition is carolling, building snowmen, or decorating the tree, the holidays make for a great time to curl up by the warm fire, relax, and read a book.
In the theme of books, reading, and the general love of literature, here are a few ideas to get you started on any gift list. Whether you are shopping for a unique gift for a loved one or a special present for yourself there is something for you in the collection.
J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan is an iconic story filled with an eccentric cast of characters. It is a great read and fun for the entire family to enjoy. This tote bag comes in a golden print on a dark green background. The artwork is meant to showcase the perspective of flight and the feeling of adventure showcased throughout the novel.
Books, writing, and authors are forever connected through literature and stories. This Jane Austen T-Shirt is an ode to all these aspects of storytelling. Displaying a vintage writing desk that an author such as Jane Austen would have written on, this shirt would make the perfect gift for any aspiring or well-seasoned writer.
This The Call of the Wild T-Shirt would make for a wonderful surprise for any fan of Jack London’s novel. The white silhouette of the canine would make this shirt a great gift for any lover of dogs, or pets as well.
All shirts and tote bags from Literary Book Gifts are designed in-house and meant to bring a smile to any book lover’s face. I hoped that this list of bookish gifts has given you a few fun ideas for the upcoming holidays!
The exclusive code KoboWritingLife20 can be redeemed checkout at to receive 20% off of any order!
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