Valentines Day is this Thursday! This year, forget the typical box of chocolates and tired bouquetof red roses and try something a little different. If youre like me, theres no better gift than a book, especially one with a handwritten note inside or one that has been selected just for you. I thought it would be fun to draw up a list of other literary-inspired gifts to give your significant others or friends who, like a good book, make every day better. Any other ideas? Share them here! For the everyday reader:Cliffords Valentines Dayis the sweetest book about Valentines Day in history. Nothing makes you feel all lovey-dovey insidelike everyones favorite Big Red Dog. You also cant go wrong with these gorgeouscolorful bookplates and bookmarks. Just download and print them! Thesepersonalized bookplate stampsare handy, too. For the grammar fiend:How beautiful are these dictionary-page art prints? The prints, like this Big BenClock Towerpiece, are made from recycled pages of old dictionaries. The artwork is printed right on top, and they have hundreds of designs to choose from. For the poet: Have any Emily Dickinson or T.S. Eliot fans in your life?These scarvesare printed with lines of their poetry. For the on-the-go reader: Everyone loves a eco-friendly tote bag, and one that includes something clever about reading is going to draw attention at the grocery store or library. Here are a few favorites: this Never judge a book by its movie tote, this tote printed with a lovely Louisa M. Alcott quote, and this clever tote with book spines along the side. For the librarian in your life:Send him or her this card, which is a play on the old library sign-out cards. How cute? Also, this She blinded me with library science tote is incredible. Or, if youre feeling crafty, try making these DIY Valentines Day bookmarks out of paint chip samplesso easy! Have a happy, happy Valentines Day.