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“In My Book”: Bookmarks and Greeting Cards in One, Oh My!

Rita Meade

Staff Writer

Rita Meade is a public library manager (and children's librarian at heart) who lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Here at Book Riot, she hosts the Dear Book Nerd podcast, a bi-weekly bookish advice show. She reads as much as she possibly can (and it's still never enough), reviews children's books for "School Library Journal," and is the author of a forthcoming picture book called Edward Gets Messy (Simon & Schuster Young Readers, 2016). She also occasionally writes about funny library stuff over on her blog, and even less occasionally sings in a librarian band. Blog: Screwy Decimal Twitter: @screwydecimal

Here’s some logic for you:

If you read print books, you’re going to need bookmarks.

If you have loved ones, you’re going to need greeting cards.

Why not combine these two things into one awesome literary gift? I have good news for you: the In My Book site does just that.

Since the year 2000, In My Book has provided these bookmarks/slash/greeting cards, and they make a cute gift for people who you know love to read. We all love getting email, but it’s true that getting a card in the mail with a personalized message from someone you care about is a different experience altogether. And the best part of THESE cards is that you can reuse them to hold your spot in your favorite book. It’s win-win.

Plus, the designs contain BOOK PUNS! What more could you ask for?

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Here’s what the New Yorker had to say about In My Book.

PLUS, they are offering a special right now for Mother’s Day: anyone in the US or Canada who purchases two cards will receive a free “In my book, you’re novel” card (shown above) to send to your mother (or, really, to anyone else you’d like to “greet”). You have until May 7th to take advantage of this offer! Just use the code “MOMCARD” when you check out.

Happy bookmarking!