A Gift Guide For The Young Readers In Your Life
Between our two families we currently have four children, from newborn to thirteen (plus nieces and nephews galore). We really prioritize our kids having their own reading lives, and have been encouraging that in any way we can from their earliest days, so we use the holidays as yet another opportunity for us to incorporate the magic of reading into their lives. We firmly believe the bookish gift giving isn't just for adults, and that the kids in your life will be delighted to find any of these under the tree!
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Babies and Toddlers
Want to introduce classic literature to your 10 month old? No problem.
Give your toddler their own reading chair to explore books in, and encourage that reading time.
How amazing would these be in a nursery?
This is my very favorite version of a timeless holiday classic. We've read this every December since my son was born, and the illustrations still delight me.
How about some bright, bookish toy storage?
Our kids have these books, and they absolutely love them. The personalization of them is really unique, and would make a perfect gift.
So many pop-up books are too simplistic for kids who are past toddlerhood, but these are amazing. We have every single one in the series and they are all super informative, while having tons of bells and whistles for kids to manipulate.
How about some super adorable bookmarks?
Book lights are such a big hit with our kids!
Kids love getting mail, so order them up a subscription box and help build up their library! Plus use the code ARDENT15 for 15% off
Have you considered a kid's tote bag so they can have their very own library book bag?
A reading journal just for kids is perfect for the dedicated little bookworm. Our younger kids aren't allowed phones or devices quite yet, so paper is the way to go!
Keepsake classic novels in beautiful editions are always the perfect gift. The best part is that there are so many to choose from! Teenagers are the best to buy classics for because they are old enough for most of the really good ones :)
Or stick to the original and get any piece of Harry Potter decor they could ever want!
A custom book plate stamp, so they can lend their books out and actually get them back, for once.
Book flags are so great, my kids love to mark pages to later share with me.
Give them the gift of a fun bookish subscription box-- these are sincerely so fun.
Got a tech obsessed teen? Try our favorite e-reader!
We hope this helped! What are you getting the young readers in your life this year?