Holiday Gift Guide: 40 Art Prints For Literature Lovers

Today’s post is sponsored by Kamilla Benko and The Unicorn Quest!

Title The Unicorn Quest
Author Kamilla Benko
Intended Target Audience Middle Grade
Publication Date January 30th 2018 by Bloomsbury USA Childrens
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An enchanting, exciting fantasy about a real-world girl searching for her sister in a land full of magic and strange creatures, blending the timeless feel of A Wrinkle In Time with Frozen‘s powerful themes of identity, enchantment, and sisterhood.

Claire Martinson still worries about her older sister Sophie, who battled a mysterious illness last year. But things are back to normal as they move into Windermere Manor…until the sisters climb a strange ladder in a fireplace and enter the magical land of Arden.

There, they find a world in turmoil. The four guilds of magic no longer trust each other, the beloved unicorns have disappeared, and terrible wraiths roam freely. Scared, the girls return home. But when Sophie vanishes in the night, it will take all of Claire’s courage to climb back up the ladder, find her sister, and uncover the unicorns’ greatest secret.

Cool Yule is a special seasonal event on Pop! Goes The Reader in which I put a fun twist on some of my regular features and share a number of new, holiday-themed posts including wallpapers, reviews, recipes, gift guides, and much more!

Anyone who knows me even a little knows that I love the holidays. I love the food, the music, the decorations, and especially the extra time spent with those I love. I also really love giving gifts.

For me, gift-giving is a year-round affair. Did you mention in May that you were searching for a book on Old Hollywood scandals or couldn’t wait to read the sequel to a book you absolutely loved the year before? Chances are I was surreptitiously making a note on my phone and you would eventually find that very thing waiting under the tree for you come December.

Of all the gifts I love to give, I particularly love book-inspired ones. Shocking, I know. There’s a particular joy in sharing what I love with others, and seeing that thing inspire joy in them, too. This year, I thought it might be fun to share a series of gift guides that will do just that. From mugs to enamel pins, jewelry to artwork, over the next couple of weeks I’ll be sharing a number of different gift guides for the literature lover in your life that will hopefully make this holiday season a little more fun, a lot less stressful, and maybe even help you love gift-giving, too.


01. Go Away! I’m Reading! by A Rose Cast


02. Sorry, My Weekend Is All Booked by Risa Rodil


03. Library Books by Julianna Swaney


04. A Bookworm’s Belongings by Oh Jess Marie


05. I Would Rather Bee Reading by Oh Jess Marie


06. I Care For Myself by Oh Jess Marie


07. The Great Gatsby by Oneforni


08. The Great Gatsby by Christian Jackson


09. Little Women by Anna D. Williams


10. A Velocity of Being by Maria Popova


11. Reading A Book by Jarom Vogel


12. Romeo and Juliet by RedHill Studio


13. Shelfie Selfie by Jenny Kroik


14. Poor, Obscure, Plain and Little by Lit Prints


15. “Nothing Works Unless You Do” – Maya Angelou by Kodiak Milly


16. Libraries Are Full Of Such Treasure by A Rose Cast


17. Support Your Independent Bookstore by Lily Williams


18. Courage, Dear Heart by Dian Pu


19. Floating Books by Annya Marttinen


20. A Love Of Books by Emily Call Illustration


21. To The Lighthouse by Isabel Chun Art + Design


22. A Word Is Power by Gas Station Burrito


23. Bursting Books by Harry Yu Art


24. Reading Gals by K.B. Doodles


25. Education For Liberation by Camila Rosa


26. Books Books Books by Two Easels


27. Children’s Bookshelf by Maria Adelmann


29. A Book Long Enough by Punk Scully


30. Read More Books by Lilly Pod


31. Jump In by Liza Rusalskaya


32. It Is Not The Stars To Hold Our Destiny by Sage Pizza


33. The Reading List by Michela Illustrations


28. Pride and Prejudice by Carola M


34. The Book Was Better by Little Bunny Word Time


35. Reading and Dreaming by Hansol Kim


36. Fairy Tales by Mini Press


37. The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe by Taryn Draws


38. William Shakesbear by Sophie Corrigan


39. Books, Coffee & Owls by Double Exposure Animals


40. The Handmaid’s Tale by Quotes And Sayings

One response to “Holiday Gift Guide: 40 Art Prints For Literature Lovers”

  1. Enjoyed browsing this very interesting selection of prints Jen. Contains many I have not come across before, including that “A Word is Power” Atwood quote. So true, and love its simplicity.
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