Buying gifts can be hard, whether it is for a birthday, Valentine’s Day, Christmas, anniversary, or just another Monday. Bibliophiles obviously love books, but they usually already have a lot and it can be hard to know what they already own. So here is a master list of the best present ideas for bookworms. I broke it down by price. I included some obvious bookish gifts with book quotes and images of books. But I also included some unique gifts for your favorite introvert that are perfect for warm and cozy nights spent reading.
Tell Me Three Things is about Jessie, a teenage girl who moves from Chicago to Los Angeles when her dad gets remarried two years after her mother’s death. She gets anonymous emails from someone at her school who offers her mentorship in navigating the tricky dynamics of her new prep school.
Delia killed herself by fire. Her childhood best friend doesn’t believe it, even though they haven’t been close for a while. When they were close, it was an obsession stronger than love. June tries to figure out the truth.
The lifestyle blogger and entrepreneur Rachel Harris shares lies that she once believed and the experiences that have changed her perception in order to live a more successful and happy life.
Five students are in detention. Only four come out alive. Everyone has their secrets, and at least one is definitely lying.
The Archie universe takes a dark turn when the teenage witch, Sabrina, unleashes a zombie apocalypse in Riverdale.
Motivated by her need for money, Jessica weasels her way into a psychology professor’s study on ethics and morality. She doesn’t realize that she just threw herself into the psychiatrist’s ruthless and manipulative test for her husband.
February is about love, romance, and tingly feelings. Here are my favorite feel-good books to read around Valentine’s Day (Happily Ever After ending required).
Eleanor is cringey and socially awkward with a depressing backstory. Her life is very structured and isolated, until she becomes obsessed with a rockstar. During her quest to change herself to be more appealing to the singer, she becomes unlikely friends with the IT guy from her work.
Lara Jean writes love letters to all of her past crushes—five in total—including one to her older sister’s recent ex-boyfriend. She keeps them hidden in a hatbox, never intending to actually send them. Until one day someone sends them out without her knowing.