Happy Holidays! Check Out These New Gifts in the Free Library Shop!

By Victoria G. RSS Fri, November 24, 2017

The Free Library Shop offers charming literary gifts for any occasion, including signed books, tote bags, stationery, and more—many featuring designs inspired by the Library’s own special collections. This year, we are proud to present products created in collaboration with local makers.

This week, use code Holiday2017 for 15% off all purchases. Here are some of our favorites: 

Nourishing Literacy Baby Onesies
Printed by Camden Printworks, local screen printers printing with a purpose in Camden, NJ since 1990, these baby onesies feature bananas designed by local illustrator Eleanor Grosch for the Culinary Literacy Center’s Nourishing Literacy program. The Free Library of Philadelphia logo is on the back.






Parkway 100 Watches
Made in collaboration with local company Analog Watch Company, this classic watch is an elegant and understated piece, uniquely imprinted with a map of the Philadelphia Parkway. Features marbled ceramic stone dial, gold-plated stainless steel case and finishing, swiss parts, quartz movement, and interchangeable premium leather straps made by hand in the US.


Book Necklaces
From local makers Peg & Awl, these are usable and wearable hand-stitched miniature books finished with reclaimed leather. Small, medium, and large sizes available!





We Are Connected Dot-to-Dot Philadelphia Puzzle Book
Award-winning dot-to-dot artist David Kalvitis, creator of The Greatest Dot-to-Dot Book Series, in partnership with The Parkway Museums District, created the Philadelphia We Are Connected Dot-to-Dot book to honor the centennial of Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway.





"Heavy with Enlightenment" Tote Bag
Carry your Library finds home in style with this sleek, black Free Library tote emblazoned with the slogan, "This bag is heavy with enlightenment."

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