Gifts for the difficult-to-buy for…

We all have someone on our gift list that makes us draw a blank every time we think about what to get them. We hear you, so we have pulled together a collection of presents from a Dickens retelling to a new take on a Greek myth to a set of hot pink pins, that will satisfy every hard-to-buy for friend or family member.

Please support the Women’s Prize Trust by adding an invisible gift to your order.

Demon Copperhead by Barbara Kingsolver

“First I got myself born” begins the re-telling of David Copperfield that has sold one million copies and won the 2023 Women’s Prize for Fiction. The classic Dicksons story finds a new home in the southern Appalachian Mountains of Virginia in the midst of the opoid crisis, where staying alive is no easy feat.


Invisible Socks

With winter in full swing, a pair of fluffy socks could make the perfect gift. And while 100% wool does keep the feet cosy, is there any warmer feeling than donating your money to a good cause? When you purchase a pair of invisble socks you donating to our mission to enrich society by creating equitable opportunities for women in the world of books and beyond.


Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin

Set in 1995, the Sunday Times bestseller follows the story of Sam and Sadie who have a dream of creating the best video game ever. But with great success, comes great betrayal. Once you finish this book, you’ll want to read this book again and again and again.


Collector’s Set of Women’s Prize Pins

Sometimes word of mouth is all the marketing a brand needs, and other times wearing pin says it all. Our set of three shiny enamel pins tell the world you support the Women’s Prize. Worn on a jacket, a bag or even a hat, they are the must-have fashion accessory this Christmas.


Stone Blind by Natalie Haynes

We all know the story of Medusa; the nasty woman with snakes for hair who turned anyone who are look at her to stone. But are people born evil or are they made? Find out the true origin story of the most misunderstood, underrated and vilified Greek character.


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