Gifts for Mother’s Day: Bookworm Edition

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Mother's Day

Mother's Day

Mother’s Day can be tricky to shop for. Mothers are typically grown women with credit cards at their disposal. So what do you get for them on their special day?

Thankfully, there are a ton of great options out there. I’ve put together a few suggestions to help you in your shopping. These are all things that a bookworm mom would like to get for Mother’s Day.

Happy shopping!

Mother’s Day Gift Ideas!

 

1. Book of the Month Club Subscription

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What could be better than getting a great book in the mail every month? If the mom you’re shopping for likes to read, this is the perfect gift. There are tons of book subscription boxes available, so if you don’t like what Book of the Month Club has to offer, just Google “book subscription box” and you’ll get lots of options. You can read all about why I chose Book of the Month Club in this blog post.

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2. Put Me in the Story
Put Me In The Story - Bestselling Personalized Books for Kids

The only thing mom might like more than a book for herself to enjoy is a book starring her child. Put Me in the Story features bestselling books like Star Wars books and Disney’s Cinderella – personalized to include your child in the story. I bought My Name is Not Isabella and Disney’s Doc McStuffins: A Knight in Sticky Armor, and they are treasured by both my kids and myself.

DEAL ALERT: Get 50% off during the Mother’s Day sale! Use code MOM50 at checkout. New customers can use code SAVE10NEW to get 10% off.

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3. The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing

It’s life changing! It’s magic! It’s… well, how can it really get any better than that? This book has changed women’s lives and helped them let go of clutter. Whether or not your mom struggles with clutter, she’ll love this book simply because of its motivational message.

 

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4. Lil’ Bear Book Club

If the mom in your life has small children, she will love this book club subscription. You can choose to get either board books or picture books and pick out how many months you want. Prices start at $17/month.

DEAL ALERT: Use code MYBEAR for 10% off your order!

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5. A Becky Wade Book

Becky Wade writes Christian romance novels. I’ve read most of Becky’s books and have given many of them to my mom and my mother-in-law to read as well. They are clean and have great characters. Becky also manages to infuse her stories with a deeper level that isn’t often found in the romance genre. Her books are not fluffy, but they are uplifting, happy stories that will make any mom sigh with content as she turns the last page. Click on the covers to go to Amazon.

 

6. A Jen Turano Book

Jen Turano also writes Christian fiction, but her novels are more fluffy, lighter, and have a humorous twist to them that many books in this genre don’t have. They are lighthearted stories that are great for those times when you want to lose yourself in a silly book that will make you laugh. I’ve read most of her books and have loved them all. I’ve also passed them along to the moms in my life because they are uplifting and will make you smile. Click on the covers to go to Amazon.

 

7. Hungry Family Slow Cooker Cookbook by Christina Dymock

Yum! This cookbook is full of delicious recipes. I bought this not too long ago and then turned around and bought another copy for my mom. Slow cookers are a life-saver for a busy mom and you can never have too many good slow cooker recipe books.

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8. Slow Cooker

Do you need a slow cooker to go with the cookbook? They aren’t expensive and they last forever. I have two of them and love them to pieces. I use them several times a week.

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9. The Nest

The Nest is quickly becoming a bestseller. It’s about a dysfunctional family, their nest egg, and their desperate attempts to access it. I got my copy through my Book of the Month Club subscription (see #1 for a code for 50% off), but if you don’t want to subscribe to anything, you can easily pick up the book at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or Kobo.

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10. A Coloring Book

Coloring books are all the rage right now. I own several of them myself. There’s nothing more relaxing than sitting down to spend a few minutes coloring in a beautiful picture. Moms love these books! Click on the covers to go to Amazon.

 

11. Kindle Oasis

If you really want to impress Mom this year, give her the newest Kindle on the market. The Kindle Oasis. It comes with a longer batter life, high-resolution screen, and a charging cover. It’s the ultimate Mother’s Day gift. Mom can read until her heart’s content.

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There you go! Eleven awesome gift ideas for Mother’s Day. Now you have no excuse not to get Mom something she’ll love this year.

Happy shopping!

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    Kat Paton
    April 28, 2016 at 8:32 am

    I wish my mum was into books because there are so many great ideas here! Although the UK has already celebrated Mother’s Day, it’s a good list for things like birthdays and Christmas. I may have to jot down some of these for my Nan’s birthday!

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