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Great Book Lover Gifts for Mother’s Day

by Samantha Knoerzer •  May 5, 2015  •   Follow SamanthaKnoerze

Published in Publishing Tips  •  13 comments

Mother’s Day is this Sunday. Last year we gave you four great book suggestions for Mother’s Day, but this year we gathered other types of gifts for a book-loving mother.

If your mom likes books, she is sure to like our list below:



  1. My Mom, Style Icon, by Piper Weiss


Let’s start off with a book-of course! This is a really great book based on the fashion blog of the same name. The book is filled with fashion photos and stories from stylish woman around the world and is great for a mother who really loves fashion. And books of course!

To buy: $19



  1. Listen to Your Mother, by Ann Imig


The other book in our blog post is a book of collected stories taken from a live event in which women around the world came to share their stories about motherhood. The show still happens in more than 20 cities across America today. The story talks about diverse versions of parenting experiences including motherhood, step-motherhood, infertility, and everything in between.

To buy: $20



  1. Enchanted Forest: An Inky Quest & Coloring Book, by Johanna Basford


Yes. This is a coloring book. But it’s an adult coloring book, and its fun. Its high quality designs and paper, mixed with hidden elements for the reader to look at and find, are great to have fun with while exercising your brain. It’s a therapeutic , de-stressing activity for any adult.

To buy: $11



  1. Picture Frame with Book Quote


This is a really great, framed Dr. Seuss quote. Any mother who loves books would really enjoy hanging this in a room in their house. Its beautiful for any room, and for any book lover.



  1. Gourmet Book Lovers Gift Set

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If you want to get a little more fancy, try this book lover gift set. It’s a little pricy at $47, but what mother doesn’t deserve such a great gift? Splurge a little and get your book-loving mother this great gift.



  1. Book Rest Lamp


This is a great gift for every book lover, especially a mother who loves to read at night right before bed. It works as a lamp to help you read, while also being a great place to rest your book while your doing other things.



  1. Library/Book Themed Candle

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For some comforting reading aroma, your mother will love these. They are book themed scented candles. The one in the picture above is Jane Austen inspired, but there are many others, including Emily Dickenson, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and many more.



  1. Scrabble for Book Lovers


What mom doesn’t love board games? And what book lover doesn’t love words? Well, this one is a BOOK THEMED Scrabble! Two of a book lovers favorite things, in one. Its definitely worthy to be a Mother’s Day gift.

Also, check out Bookopoly



  1. Literary Coasters


If your mom is like my mom, she loves to keep her house looking great. And she does a great job doing it! What better way to help her out, then to get her some book themed coasters. They’re useful AND great to look at!



  1. Tea Pot for Book Lovers


Many book lovers like tea. And many mothers love their teapots. Whether a mother drinks tea or not, this is a great collectable to have in the house.


On a side note, a great gift for any time of year is The Noticer’s Guide to Living and Laughing: Changing Your Life Without Changing Your Routine, which is on sale right now for $1.99!


Happy Mother’s Day!



About Samantha Knoerzer

I am the Social Media Coordinator and Author Relations Manager for BiblioCrunch. And I love to read, OF COURSE! From the classics to YA and children's, you can find me reading it all. I have a masters in publishing from NYU's Print and Digital Media Studies masters program, and have undergraduate degrees in music, marketing, and english. I have a passion for reading, music, and travel. My goal is to travel to as many places around the world as possible. If you need to find me, you can catch me traveling all around the world at any chance I get – always with a book in hand!