Great LEGO Sets: A Visual History Book
Appropriate For Children Aged 7+ Years
This fantastic and fun book features classic LEGO sets from the 1970s, 1980s, as well as some more recent favourites. It also provides interesting insight into 80 years of LEGO and their iconic sets.
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Christmas Gifts for Teenagers Who Love Reading
Many parents spend a lot of time and energy encouraging their kids to read over the years – but if you have a serious bookworm in your family, you know it can be hard to think beyond just getting them books each year and get creative with Christmas gifts for teenagers.
Christmas Gifts for Teenagers Beyond Just Books
When trying to think of Christmas gifts for teenagers who love to read, there are so many possibilities that go beyond just giving them another book. One of the most obvious and useful Christmas gifts for teenagers would be to invest in an environmentally friendly e-reader. This will last forever (hopefully!) and can save so much in the long term – both monetarily and environmentally!
Another cool idea that could also be a good way to spend Christmas morning after the gift giving is to get them a new funky build-it-yourself book shelf to hold and organise the book they have collected over the years. Alternatively, you could pick up an old second-hand bookshelf that the teen of the house could paint or decorate themselves – a great idea for the creative young person. To further get those creativity juices flowing, ff they not only love to read, but also have a knack for writing, enrol them in a writing class. Similarly, surprise them by getting some of their work made into a book for them to keep forever, or maybe their favourite author is coming to town sometime soon, grabbing tickets to see them at an event would be seriously thoughtful.
Books that Combine Their Interests
Chances are that the teenager in your family has one or more specific genres they love best – you have probably flooded their collection with their favourites for years. This year, instead of doing the same, why not combine their interests by buying a book about one of their other loves. For example, if your teenager has always had a love of LEGO, you could get them Great LEGO Sets: A Visual History Book. Or for the animal loving teenager, grab a book on the best ways to help rescue wildlife, or one that gives an in-depth insight into their favourite animal. Christmas gifts for teenagers can be daunting, especially as they get older, but you can never fail to impress if you show that you have done your best to take notice of the evolution of what they really care about.