National Book Tokens up for review

The lovely people over at National Book Tokens got in touch asking if they could send me a little something. Obviously the book worm that I am, I was over the moon. No matter how many books I have waiting to be read, I can always find room on my shelves for more! But what I didn’t expect was for the token itself to look quite so special…

…Look! My very own book token made just for me!

National Book Tokens up for review (Mostly) Yummy Mummy Blog

National Book Tokens are a gift card for booklovers that can be spent online or in thousands of bookshops across the country including independents, Waterstones, WHSmith, Blackwells and Easons. You can search online to find your nearest bookshop or even to check your balance. I honestly can’t think of a more perfect gift for somebody like me but now you can even personalise the design of the card too. So whatever the occasion, you can make it even more special.

It’s so handy being able to use the tokens in so many shops. I popped mine in my purse so it was there as and when I passed a book store. Obviously, it didn’t sit there for very long though, this is me we are talking about, it positively burned a hole in my pocket! After much mooching around my local WHSmith, I treated myself to these three lovely books. I can’t wait to get reading!

National Book Tokens up for review (Mostly) Yummy Mummy Blog

I must say a HUGE thank you to National Book Tokens it really was the loveliest treat!

You can find out more about National Book Tokens and the personalised cards right here.

Mostly Yummy Mummy Blog

2 thoughts on “National Book Tokens up for review

  1. helenlouisechandler says:

    That is such a lovely idea! I didn’t realise you could personalise them. Perfect gift.

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