Father’s Day Bookish Ideas

Dads read!

If you are like most women I know, the thought of buying their husband or father a gift is frightening.  Well, if your loved one is a reader, here are some ideas. ImageThese are Vice Bookends from Restoration Hardware.  Maybe with a couple “how to” books for his workshop?

Is a Rubic's cube with letters easier?

Is a Rubic’s cube with letters easier?

The word cube for when he has some time to himself.

It lights up when you move the book.

It lights up when you move the book.

The secret passageway light is sure to remind your man what it was like to be a kid.

This is the Kindle Paperwhite.

This is the Kindle Paperwhite.

You probably did this already but if he doesn’t have an ereader, you can get him one.  I have pictured the Kindle but there is also the Nook (Barnes and Noble), and the Kobo.

There are also some new books out that might be great.

A good choice - maybe you can borrow it afterwards

A good choice – maybe you can borrow it afterwards

Steve Raichlen has a TV show on PBS.

Steve Raichlen has a TV show on PBS.

The funny man has a new book.

The funny man has a new book.

There are always gift certificates to bookstores.  If you know the ‘giftee’ has an ereader, you can actually buy the book and send it to them electronically.  This is, of course, perfect for those who forget that they need to buy a Father’s Day gift.

A resting spot for a reader or tablet.

A resting spot for a reader or tablet.

This is just the thing if he wants to take some notes or play a game without having to hold his reader or tablet.  It is called the Thai Pad.

Pocquettes™ iPad Mini® Travel Case

Pocquettes™ iPad Mini® Travel Case

Perhaps he uses an iPad mini to read.  This handy case keeps all his cords and headphones right there when he needs them.

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How about little leather book cufflinks?

Last but not least, you could get him a subscription to a book service.  Here is my post about the three top choices.  

Good luck shopping!

Thanks for reading!

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