Tuesday, 26 April 2016

25 Must-Haves for Every Book Lover


Do you read past your bed time? 
Find yourself begging, “Just one more chapter!”? 
Have an emotional break down when your favorite character dies?

Then say it loud and say it proud: I LIKE BIG BOOKS AND I CANNOT LIE!

Here is a list of must-have pieces for every literature lover.

1. Harry Potter


Represent your Potter pride with this tank.
Cozy up with your favorite Quidditch player. Pillows here.

Just in case Hogwarts starts delivering their acceptance letters via text. Here.
***Attention Harry Potter Lovers: In honor of J.K. Rowling being named the Top Followed Author on Reader’s Legacy in 2015 we’re holding a 1 week sale on ALL of her books. From April 25th-30th, 2016 any Rowling book is 20% off AND double the LitCoins will be loaded into your account just for purchasing. Click the link to check out this limited time offer! ReadersLegacy.com/JKRowling***

2. The Hunger Games

If you get a set of these bracelets you’ll know it’s real. See what I did there? Click here (but I think it's sold out, here's a similar one).
Let’s be honest, Seneca Crane’s beard is the real winner of the Hunger Games. Mug here.

But what do we do about the tracker jackers? Tank here.


3. Lord of the Rings




The one fire pit to rule them all here.


You’ll love these leggings like a hobbit loves second breakfast.

4. Alice in Wonderland



Now you can go to Wonderland every night. Bedspread here.



“I’m not crazy. My reality is just different from yours.” -Cheshire Cat Here.

5. To Kill a Mockingbird

…and stick it in my awesome tote, thanks. (Sold out. Here's another To Kill a Mockingbird tote I love).

6. Sherlock Holmes




Nothing says ‘high-functioning sociopath’ like these Baker St. cuff links.



*ring ring* Detective Holmes, is that you? Phone case here.

7. The Great Gatsby

Why Daisy Buchanan, you are simply radiant tonight! Headband here.

Ain’t no party like a Gatsby party because a Gatsby party don’t stop until two people are dead and everyone is disillusioned with the jazz age as a whole. Gatsby envelopes here.

8. The Chronicles of Narnia


So how does it work if you keep your map of Narnia in your wardrobe? Do you fall into Narnia when you go to put it on? Narnia-ception. Scarf here.

Three cheers for The Great Lion! Necklace here.

9. Pride and Prejudice


Is it just us, or did Mr. Darcy give you unrealistic expectations of love too? Printable here.


Never leave home without your Jane Austen! Bag here.

This wisdom from the 18th century still holds. Pillow here.

10. Where the Wild Things Are


I think they’re hiding in your hair! Bow here.

Capture the wild side of parenting with this matching set.


And for all of the book lovers that can’t choose just one novel to rep!

How’s THAT for a full-fandom? Shirt here.

You other readers can’t deny; when a book walks in with a good plot base and a big spine in your face you get sprung! Tote here.


Deep breath in. Ahhhhh books! Candle here.
As an added perk of Reader’s Legacy’s Rowling celebration, we will be holding a special 20% off sale for each of J.K.Rowling's novels from April 25th to April 30th – ReadersLegacy.com/JKRowling

This sale not only celebrates J. K. Rowling, but also brings attention for a special grant program we have created in order to give away 1 million physical books in support of literacy programs! Spreading a love of books and ending illiteracy around the world is 100% possible, and with the help of readers on the side, we believe we will be one step closer to achieving that goal! Get in on this sale HERE.
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This is a guest post courtesy of Next Century Publishing. I was contacted through iRead Book Tours and asked if I'd like to share this fun post while raising awareness about their grant program where they will be giving away 1 million books (yes, 1 million!) to support children's literacy. While I didn't handpick the items in this roundup, there are many gift ideas here I sincerely love (umm...that Jane Austen bag for starters, and those Harry Potter pillows really are the cutest). I hope you enjoyed it!
xo

Jenn

If you enjoyed this, check out more book-related posts and reviews in my #WeekendsAreForReading series. 

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