10 Gift Suggestions for Book Lovers

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Reading Tools Rock

As much as reading is a solitary activity, a reader can become interactive with the books they read. Many readers love to take notes, mark pages and flag passages and we prefer to do this without writing in the book or damaging it in any way. That's where reading tools come in to play. Levenger dedicates a whole section of their site to reading tools and I'd be thrilled to receive any of their listings. I especially love their monogrammed book weight. Book darts are a great way to mark pages and I've even been able to find some at my local bookstore. More often than not, I use sticky notes to flag passages. They come in all kinds of sizes and shapes but the Post-It page markers are the ones I use most often.

The Fault in Our Stars John Green Post-Its

Photo Credit: Karen Ballum, used with permission

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