THE READER’S CATALOG
This beautiful site is a one-stop shop for the understated reader in your life. Be warned: if you, too, are of a quietly bookish mind, you’ll want at least a dozen things for yourself. The Reader’s Catalog is full of useful goods with a literary bent, which automatically makes any purchase guilt free! That’s how it works, right?
A FEW HIGHLIGHTS:
- THE READER’S CATALOG: GO HERE
- PREDICTED SHOPPING TIME: 15 MINUTES
- BEST AWESOMELY UNEXPECTED ITEM: POETS, WRITERS AND ARTISTS PLAYING CARDS
- PRICE POINT: AVERAGE
- BOOKWORM HAPPINESS SCALE (OUT OF A POSSIBLE 10): 8
FIRST STOP: EDWARD GOREY HOUSE STORE
SECOND STOP: JANE AUSTEN GIFT SHOP
THIRD STOP: OUT OF PRINT CLOTHING
Have you looked at the Unemployed Philosophers Guild? They have some good lit gifts.
I hadn’t, but after following your link I will probably add an unscheduled stop to this series! Thanks for the intro.
I bought a watch from them that should be arriving in a few days. I hope it’s as great as on the website.
I really hope you love your watch. Let me know what you think.
It arrived yesterday and I’m enjoying it so far. Actually, I opted for a non-literary watch. I couldn’t say no to the Sisyphus watch. Also, the watch seems uni-sex and in appropriately sized for a woman’s wrist (which I happen to have!).
I’m glad it is a keeper! I just saw it and it looks really cool.
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Ooh – I’ll take the writers’ pencils. What a fantastic website! Impressive “Gifts Under $25” section… I love the “Little Librarian Kit”!!! So cute! I used to pretend I was a librarian when I was little, and I would have LOVED this!
Ha, I used to pretend to be a librarian, too. The Reader’s Catalog is a great website, but the one I posted earlier today is, dare I say it, even better. I do not know if you have ever been on The Literary Gift Company’s website, but it is amazing. AMAZING!
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