‘Tis the season for giving.

I don’t know about you, but I love to buy and make Christmas gifts for my family, friends and even complete strangers. It is a challenge to find the right gift for the right person.

The Dalton-Whitfield County Public Library staff and I got together and came up with a list of gift ideas for book lovers. So if you have a book lover in your life and you are not sure what to get them, this list might help you out.

• Book Lover's soy candles: These candles have scents inspired by characters, stories and of course the love of reading. For those who love Harry Potter, they have a “Christmas in the Great Hall” candle. Or you can always go for the “Reading at the Cafe” candle or the “Oxford Library” candle. Price: $7-$19.75 (www.frostbeardstudio.com).

100 Books Scratch Off Poster: For those book lovers who might need a little help figuring out what to read next, this has a 100-book bucket list of iconic classics. Price: $15 (www.uncommongoods.com).

Library stamp T-Shirt: This T-shirt is perfect for book lovers, teachers and students. Great to wear on trips, to class or just lounging around reading a book. This site has plenty more items to choose from. You can even design your own T-shirt. Price: $24.40 (www.zazzle.com).

"The Book Lover’s Journal": This is for the book lover who reads so much they have trouble keeping up with it all. This journal offers a great place to record books or to write down titles you might want to read next. Price: $12.83 (www.amazon.com).

Novel Teas: This is a great gift for the book lover and tea drinker in your life. This bag contains 25 English breakfast tea bags individually tagged with literary quotes from around the world. Price: $13.50 (www.amazon.com).

Vekkia 3000k warm LED book light: Yes, not all people read from a device. This is perfect for those avid readers who still love to turn the pages of a book. This rechargeable slim light is easy for the eyes and great for reading in bed, in the car or on the go. Price: $15.99 (www.amazon.com).

The Everyday E25 earbuds: This is for the audio book lover in your life. This is the most expensive gift suggestion on our list, but I think it's worth it. Finding good wireless earbuds can be difficult, and these are way worth the price. I know because I own a pair. Price: $79.99 (www.rayconglobal.com).

Book lover magnets: Magnets are a great stocking stuffer for the book enthusiast in your life. CafePress has a lot of wonderful designs to choose from. Price: $6.99 (www.cafepress.com).

Mini-Grinch tree: This last gift suggestion is more of a do-it-yourself. You might be able to find it online or at a local craft booth like I did (see picture). But you can also make your own, and there is nothing better than a homemade or semi-homemade gift. All you need is a small cypress tree, thin red ribbon and a round Christmas ornament. If you want to pretty it up a little more, you can use a brightly colored pot or wrap a pot in festive cloth. Etsy.com has some wonderful, small cypress trees for sale that would be perfect for this type of project. Price: Depends on what you have and how much you want to spend (found locally).

Happy holidays to all the bookworms out there!

You can find information and updates about our resources, services and virtual programs on our website, https://ngrl.org, or on social media (@DaltonWhitfieldLibrary on Facebook, @DaltonGALibrary on Instagram and Twitter). While our building and curbside service are currently closed until further notice, we are still here to help. If you have any questions or need assistance with resources, devices or information, please email dwlibcirc@gmail.com.

Brandy Wyatt is the administrator of the Dalton-Whitfield County Public Library.

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