Bookish Gifts for Girls

What makes good gifts for book lovers besides more books (and infinite bookshelf space)? Here are some lovely things we’ve recently discovered that would be perfect to wrap in brown paper and tie up with string.

Gifts that support small, independent businesses

  • If you have a soft spot in your heart for books, Oxford, or London, and have ever wondered what would happen if Reepicheep wandered into our world…these notecards, ornaments, and prints are just for you. The notecards would make a lovely framed trio!
  • Here is a really lovely magazine for girls ages 8-12 filled with creative ideas, fiction and nonfiction, helpful tips, and warmhearted girlishness. A quality product.
  • I have my preferred Signo office store pens, but which writing instrument will I always pick up first? My fountain pen, of course. I’ve used a basic Pilot Metropolitan for a while, but recently enjoyed the privilege of trying a Lamy Safari pen from Goldspot. (affiliate link) Do I like it? It’s extra fine as I like it, smoother than my Pilot or Signo, and now I’m looking for excuses to write something by hand.
  • If you’re looking at print magazine subscriptions, we certainly recommend the Redeemed Reader Quarterly!

Gifts from Amazon

Want more bookish gift ideas?

See also: Gifts for Bookish Boys

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Megan Saben

Megan is Associate Editor for Redeemed Reader, and she loves nothing more than discovering Truth and Story in literature. She is the author of Something Better Coming, and is quite particular about which pottery mug is best suited to her favorite hot drinks throughout the day. Megan lives with her husband and five boys in Virginia.

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2 Comments

  1. Heidi on December 13, 2022 at 9:22 pm

    Could you double check the links on this and the boys one? The Book Lover’s Journal link doesn’t work on either, the hooded cloak doesn’t work on the boys and the personal library kit link doesn’t work on this one.

    • Megan Saben on December 14, 2022 at 8:35 am

      Hi Heidi! Thank you SO much for letting me know. I had technical trouble the first day they posted, and they seemed to be fixed, but apparently not the links. I’ve double-checked them all, but if you have further trouble, I’m happy to help.

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