If you’re looking for some last-minute Valentine’s Day gift ideas for your special someone who loves books, you’ve come to the right place! All of these ideas can be purchased the day of Valentine’s.
1. Digital Gift Card to their Favorite Bookstore
Book lovers love to read, so what better than a gift card to their favorite bookstore? These cards arrive in your email almost immediately, and you can print it up and put it in an envelope for your significant other. You can even turn it into a date by taking them to the bookstore and giving them the card there, then telling them to go crazy buying book.
If your significant other enjoys audio books, an audible subscription is a great gift because they can listen to all the books they want!
With a Scribd subscription, your book lover can read any of the many ebooks available on the site or through their app. The possibilities are endless!
4. Rent a Movie Adaptation of a Book
Many sites, such as Amazon Prime, iTunes, and Vudu, allow you to immediately rent movies. Find a movie adaptation of a book your significant other liked, and turn it into a date night! If it’s a bad adaptation, you can have fun laughing about it and talking about how the book was so much better.
5. Handmade Love Notes
Book lovers enjoy receiving handmade notes, especially if they include quotes from their favorite books. This one takes a bit of time to prepare, but even putting a quick note (and maybe a quote) on a piece of colored paper is a sweet gesture. If you make a lot, you can hide them around the house for your special someone to find. On the notes, you could list things you love about them, you could include a favor coupon (e.g. “redeem for one backrub”), you could compliment them, and so on.
6. Box of Chocolates
Snacking while reading a good book is a lot of fun. Grab a box of chocolates from your local grocery store or chocolatier (or another treat your significant other will like, if they’re not a chocolate person). This easy gift is always appreciated.
7. Warm Blanket
Cozying up under a warm blanket is almost required while reading. You can easily buy a blanket from a store near you.
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