Folio Books Make Beautiful Gifts: Holiday Order Deadline is December 16

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Orders are guaranteed to arrive before December 25th if made by December 16th.

Attention book lovers and friends and families of book lovers! Looking for that perfect holiday gift this year? Well look no further than classic fiction books! Luckily, Folio Society produces books that are among the most beautifully bound, richly illustrated books in the world.

The Folio Society books are produced to the highest quality possible and illustrated by artists commissioned to delight the eyes and well as the imagination. For book enthusiasts who dream of building their perfect library, or the most sophisticated classic literature aficionado, the books produced by Folio Society are instant collectors’ items that are sure to be treasured for years and years to come.

What’s more, Folio Society creates books for all ages – for children who dream of the wonderland of Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Caroll, to war buffs who treasure All Quiet on the Western Front by Eric Maria Remarque. For those looking for a gift for their colleague or employees, ideas can be found under the Corporate Gifts section of the website Gifts are categorized so that they can be easily found, depending on the giver’s budget: whether it be $50 and under, $60 and under, or $75 and more.

Browse the Bestselling Books section of the website for more ideas – The Bhagavad Gita and Eugene Onegin by Alexander Pushkin will delight those with an mind for adventure to faraway places.

In order for shipments to arrive before December 25th, all orders must be placed by December 16th.

About Folio Society
Founded in 1947 by Charles Ede, Folio Society’s vision is to publish beautiful books that everyone can afford. Books published by Folio Society enhance reading pleasure by a carefully designed and selected mix of typography, paper stock, printing, binding, and artwork. In an era of declining publishing standards and low-grade material usage for books, Folio Society aims to re-create a tradition of excellence.

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