10 Christmas Gift Ideas For Bookworms

It’s finally time to blast Christmas music, chomp down on Christmas cookies, and kick back for some cheesy Christmas movies! THE COUNTDOWN TO CHRISTMAS HAS BEGUN. And that also means that the time for Christmas shopping has kicked off as well. Christmas shopping can either be loads of fun or harder than rocket science. Either way, here are 10 Christmas gift ideas for bookworms.

1. Litographs

Litographs are such unique and fun gifts. They are literally the words of poems, books, and plays  that are turned into art and put on things such as scarves, shirts, posters, and bags. A Litograph product would be a perfect gift for a bookworm!

2. A Book Box Subscription

Book boxes don’t come stuffed with books alone. They also have fun extras to go with the featured book! How cool is that? The Four Anchors Anchor Chest is a great pick for readers of YA searching for good clean reads. I’ve heard good things about the OwlCrate subscription as well. 🙂

3. A Bookish Necklace

If the bookworm you’re shopping for has a taste for fashion, a bookish necklace would be a great gift! Etsy is a great place to look for unique and gorgeous jewelry.

4. Literary Themed Tea

C.S. Lewis once said, “You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.” Even he knew that nothing went as well together as a good book and a mug of tea. So why not get some literary themed tea to go with a favorite book? Both Riddle’s Tea Shoppe and RosieLeaTeaUK look like good choices for this gift idea.

5. One Story/One Teen Story Subscription

Who doesn’t love getting a good story in the mail every once in awhile?  Both One Story and One Teen Story are great gift options for the bookworm on your shopping list! It’s a gift that will keep on giving all year long. And I just so happen to be a published One Teen Story author so… 😉

6. A Framed Book Quote

I can’t think of a single bookworm who would turn her nose up at one of her favorite quotes in a pretty frame. There are many places to find a print with a bookish quote, Etsy being my favorite. You never know what you’ll find there!

7. A Bookish Mug

My siblings got me a mug covered in quotes from classic novels last Christmas, and I absolutely LOVE IT.  As I said before, what goes better with books than a delicious hot drink? It’s even better if that drink is in an adorable mug! I think that a bookish mug and some literary tea would be a great gift. If your bookworm likes hot drinks besides tea, coffee beans or cocoa mix would be another great gift to go along with one of these mugs.

8. A Custom Book Stamp

If you all can’t tell yet… I like Etsy. A LOT. Etsy is one of my weaknesses. Luckily for me, my mom loves Etsy too. For my sixteenth birthday she got me the cutest book stamp EVER. Now, I can stamp all of my books so that people know that they’re mine! Click here to see the stamp I got.


Bookmarks are a bookworm’s best friend. And they would make a great stocking stuffer! There are lots of beautiful and unique bookmarks on… You guessed it. ETSY. Printable bookmarks, wooden bookmarks, paper bookmarks, metal bookmarks… BOOKMARKS EVERYWHERE. ❤

10. Books

I mean, what bookworm WOULDN’T want more books? If your bookworm has a Goodreads account, I would suggest browsing her Want to Read shelf to find books that she might want. Or ask her about what books she wants. But be warned. You may spend 5,000,000,000 hours on that subject with her. 😉

Which of these gifts would you wish for the most? What’s on your Christmas list?