Read all about it! 6 great finds at Barnes & Noble
For bookworms, there’s so much more to the reading experience than just delving into a great book. A rainy day is an ideal setting for a mystery novel and a cup of tea. Give us a spring break trip, and we’ve got a comedian’s memoir tucked in an equally cheerful tote bag–ready for the beach.
So, it makes sense that Barnes & Noble is not just a go-to destination for every book on your summer reading list, but also a treasure trove of unique gifts and finds that dovetail with reader’s interests.
Here are six great finds at Barnes & Noble–from reading accessories to gifts for the bookworms in your life.
A new release from Dr. Seuss
A never before released book from Dr. Seuss called What Pet Should I Get was recently discovered. Theodor Seuss Geisel’s widow, Audrey, discovered the manuscript in a box of the author’s sketches and materials that had been set aside during a home remodel. The new book, which the publisher estimates was written between 1958 and 1962, is about children deciding on what pet to get. Might they be shopping for a cat in a hat or deciding between a red fish or a blue fish? We can’t wait to find out! The book hits stores on July 28 and is available now for pre-order. What Pet Should I Get, $11.53, barnesandnoble.com
A “floating” bookshelf
Whether you cherish a well-illustrated book cover or like having your favorite classic on display, pull some of your favorite literary pieces into your home’s design scheme. This fun find is a neat way to showcase your collection and make it look like Harry Potter cast a levitation charm on your books! The bookshelf can hold up to 15 pounds of reading material. Invisible metal bookshelf, $9.95, barnesandnoble.com
New York skyline bookends
The Great Gatsby, Catcher in the Rye, Atlas Shrugged and other classics set in the Big Apple will feel right at home nestled between the Empire State and Chrysler Buildings, plus, you’ll add an instant urban element to your decor. New York skyline bookends, $39.95, Barnes & Noble
Cable knit blanket
The best reading accessory: A cozy blanket. We also love this blanket as a gift because the cream color and classic cable knit design will be a good fit in any home. Ecru classic chunky cable throw, $39.95, barnesandnoble.com
We’re gaga for gingham this spring and this tote is totes adorbs! Consider it your new stylish accessory for your next library run or weekend getaway. Pink gingham cotton tote, $24.95, barnesandnoble.com
Library card notebook
We love to keep a cute notebook on our nightstand or coffee table so when we’re reading we can write down our favorite quotes from books or jot down unfamiliar words to look up. (Hey, it’ll come in handy later in Words with Friends). This ode to the Dewey Decimal System is a perfect reading companion. Library card composition notebook, $6, barnesandnoble.com