Need gifts for book lovers, young and old? We’ve got you covered! Stocking stuffers, fun bookish swag, and, of course, LOTS of book ideas!
We put these lists together with great care, and we are thrilled to think of these books (and other fun goodies) appearing under Christmas trees for young readers. Good books never go out of date, so we’ve got links to all our lists from the past few years!
But first: Don’t miss our 5 Questions for a Book Giver’s Interview! Asking these questions will help you pick just the right book for your children and teens!
Special note: We are so grateful for the many readers who’ve done their Christmas shopping through our “Book Fair” lists in years past. We are members of the Amazon LLC Affiliate program which means we may earn a commission on qualifying purchases made through our links. Historically, YOUR Christmas shopping through our site has funded our tech costs, and we want to thank you!
2019 Gifts for Book Lovers
(we’ll add links as the new lists come out!)
- Favorite NEW Books for Children and Teens
- Favorite Classics for Children and Teens
- Best Games for Book Lovers of all Ages
- Stocking Stuffers for Book Lovers (especially for kids and teens)
- Gifts for Book Lovers (fun, bookish swag)
2018 Gifts for Book Lovers
- Bookish Christmas Gifts for the Whole Family
- Read Aloud Gift Books for the Whole Family (this is a fun list that offers lots of ideas for a “whole family” gift–perfect as a hostess gift!)
2017 Gifts for Book Lovers
- 2017 Winter Book Fair (a GIANT list broken down into sub-categories; this was a particularly outstanding list)
2016 Gifts for Book Lovers
- 2016 Winter Book Fair (another giant list broken down into sub-categories; another fantastic list!)
2014 Gifts for Book Lovers
- Winter Book Fair 2014 (we even have a team picture and a printable list in this one! Sadly, the podcast is no longer available)
2013 Gifts for Book Lovers
- Winter Book Fair: Gifts to Support Redeemed Reader (this was our first Christmas book fair! Great suggestions here; unfortunately, the podcast referenced in the post is no longer available)