Best Books for Gifting to Kids and Teens

I love the gift mentality of “something they want, something they need, something to wear, something to read.” Here are the best books for gifting to kids and teens. 




Doctor Doolittle– This series is so fun! Its perfect for kids of all ages.  I think it would be such a fun read a loud as a family or even the perfect gift the the animal lover in you family!

Reading Mug– There isn’t anything better than reading a book with a great cup of hot chocolate.  This mug is a great mug for the reader in your life.

The Mysterious Benedict Society– This is such a great series.  Netflix even made it into a series.  So, you could read the books and then watch the show. (Even though a true reader knows….the book is always better!)

Graphic Tee– T shirts about reading are so fun and sometimes a reader wants more than a book.  Or this t shirt with their favorite book would probably be the best gift!

Shadow and Bone Trilogy– This series has gotten so popular over the last few years.  I think its such a good series for the early teen reader who loves a little mystery and some magic.

The Unwanteds– I was told that if you love Harry Potter that you will love this series.  My son read them all so fast and loved them all!

Keeper of the Lost Cities– This series has been greatness in the making.  The perfect age for this series is 5th grade and above.  They are longer books, but keep you hooked from book one on!

The Enchantress– The first book in this series was on the list for middle school reading.  Once we read book one, we were hooked on the story line.  It is about mystery, magic and so much thrill.  Such a fun series to binge for the Christmas break!

Blanket– As much as I love a cup of hot cocoa while reading, a blanket is a must.  I know there is nothing better than taking a minute as a kid than sniggling up in your favorite soft blanket and reading the day away.




One Comment

  1. AshleyTomps says:

    This is a very interesting article, and thanks for the ideas. I think that reading is a very important skill, and it should be improved since childhood. Later, at school and university, it would be hard to be a student if you don’t like to read or don’t “know” how to do it in order to remember information. I love reading, and I also like writing, so now I’m a student, and it’s not a problem for me to read a lot. Writing is a little bit harder, but it’s okay. Last time, I used a lot of extra sources, including this page https://edubirdie.com/examples/memoir-essays/ , which provided me with useful samples that I read. I wanted to read and analyze everything fast, and I sent the paper before the deadline. So it’s a good idea to give books to everyone because it will only be for good.

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