The Book Lover
Gift Card to a Local Bookstore
Think outside the box by gifting a gift certificate to their locally owned bookstore or donate to book-related organizations like the American Library Association, United Through Reading, Literacy for Incarcerated Teens, Milk and Bookies, etc.
All profits from these fierce bookmarks go to women's causes.
This mousepad is 100% homemade from the backing to the custom artwork! Not only is it funky, but it's a dictionary page as well!
This homemade book pouch is perfect for a tablet, notebook or a current read! Handmade in the USA :)
Handmade in Portugal just to protect your pretty book cover.
This Etsy store has a bunch of scents related to books! I'm just incredibly curious... They also have oil cubes for those of you in the oil burner club. They're handmade from soy wax in the USA :)
"Switch to loose leaf teas and reduce waste with the Speckled Tea Strainer Mug from Nepal. This mug is handcrafted by artisans working with Sana Hastakala, a Nepalese fair trade organization meaning “small handicraft,” working with independent producers, mainly women in rural areas throughout the country." - Ten Thousand Villages website
Because they’ll need sustenance when they can’t put that book down. Theo chocolate is Fair Trade, soy free and organic! They have a lot of really fun products
It's so rare to hear tech companies talking about fair working standards, but Mighty Bright does! They audit all of their suppliers for working & living conditions and factory safety! They are also industry leaders in quality and intentionality with their product. So not only is this gadget super handy, but it will last a lifetime!
These little books are handmade and contain two tea bags inside! A really cute, handmade gift for any book lover! The Etsy store has many other authors and series as well.
This incredibly cool company sorts through thousands of used glasses to find vintage and designer gems. They fully clean and refurbish the frames and you can order the glasses with any prescription (or no prescription or computer glasses!). 20% of profits go to Vision Aid Overseas, a nonprofit helping people in Africa get proper eye care.
These glasses are handmade from a cotton-based acetate. More sustainable than plastic, these glasses are super stylish and eco-friendly. $10 from every purchase goes toward empowering people around the world. (make sure you know their prescriptions! Or get a pair of the sunnies!)