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With Father’s Day just around the corner, you may be looking for some literary-inspired gifts for your favorite book-loving dad. Need some ideas? The bookworms here at Writer’s Relief have some great gift ideas for bibliophiles! Check out this list of ten unique writer-themed gift ideas for Father’s Day.
Literary-Themed Gifts For Dad
Personal Library Kit: Now he won’t have to worry about lending his copy of Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance to friends and family.
Home Brew Journal: Hey, journaling about your latest home-brewed beer is still writing! And if literary inspiration strikes while sipping a frosty beverage, Dad will be ready!
Book Socks: Let Dad show off his rebel side by flaunting these banned-book socks featuring excerpts from The Great Gatsby, Lord of the Flies, and To Kill a Mockingbird.
Vintage Library Business Card Case: Remember old library checkout cards? We bet Dad might! This unique business card holder is perfect for authors headed out to writing conferences and book signing events.
Wireless LED Folding Book Lamp: What? A portable lamp that folds up and looks like a book? “Yes, please,” says Dad (and all the dads and non-dads here at Writer’s Relief).
Litograph T-shirt: What dad doesn’t like a T-shirt? These literary T-shirts feature excerpts from classic literature in illustrative patterns, like this dramatic wolf-dog from White Fang.
Literary Necktie: Ties may be the typical Father’s Day gift, but here’s how to make this standby special. Perfect for a librarian or wordsmith, these ties are printed with the Dewey Decimal library classification for literature.
Book Seat: This pillow props up a book or e-reader so Dad can enjoy hands-free reading whether chopping carrots or simply relaxing in the man cave.
Personalized Puzzle Book: If Dad is an aspiring Sherlock Holmes, he’ll love this personalized hardcover book with 50 pages of multilevel word searches, crosswords, code crackers, Sudoku, and more.
First Lines in Literature Mug: While Dad’s enjoying his morning cup of joe, he can try to guess which literary classics start with these first lines. And if Dad’s not a coffee drinker, he can fill it with pencils. Now that’s classic!
Question: Writer, which gift do you think you’ll be getting for Dad—or for yourself?