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Lorehaven Gifts

Wear the wonder with exclusive designs focusing on Christian fandom (plus a few other great gifts).

Lorehaven offers these fantastic gift options for Christian fantasy fans, including five exclusive wearable designs.

Download the complete Lorehaven Gift Guide (PDF)!

Or click on each item below to go straight to the purchase page.

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Note: You can find each wearable design in other forms: hoodie, T-shirts, V-neck T-shirts, and long-sleeved shirts! See the full online store.

Also note: For T-shirts, women’s sizes in particular skew smaller. Order one size over the size you’d usually choose.

Wear the wonder.

Retro-vintage distressed graphic pull-over hoodie ($35)

Keep warm and snug during chilly weather, while thanking the Lion it’s not always winter and we can still celebrate Christmas.

Retro-vintage distressed graphic tee ($24)

Show your fantasy colors with this premium shirt, available in men’s, women’s, and youth cuts. Machine-washable. We suggest air-dry to preserve the print. Perfect for everyday wear.

“LEVIATHAN” retro-vintage distressed graphic tee ($24). “Can you draw out Leviathan with a fishhook? Or press down his tongue with a cord?” (Job 41:1, ESV).

“He Made the Stars Also” ($24). Every twinkling light above our heads has a name, and our Creator knows them all. As humanity ventures out into space, we worship a God who is already present at every corner of the galaxy.

“The Christian is the One Whose Imagination Should Fly Beyond the Stars” ($24). This quote by renowned philosopher Francis Schaeffer reminds all Christians to exalt Christ in our fantastic imaginings.

“The Book Was Better!” ($24). Admit it, we’ve all had times watching the big screen and thinking “the book was better.”

Celebrate great stories.

Mugs (black or white, $16) and 30 oz. tumbler ($32). It comes in pints? Or 1.875 pints? You’re getting one. Or more. For coffee and tea fans alike.

16×16″ pillow, stuffed and sewn ($24). Not just for decoration, but meant to be used. Polyester broadcloth fabric is soft to the touch.

Lorehaven mousepad ($17). Class up your desk with this fine home for your handheld computer control.

“Once Upon A Time: The Storytelling Card Game” ($20)

Who doesn’t love to spin a good yarn about dragons and heroes? We grabbed some imaginative friends and this “Once Upon A Time: The Storytelling Card Game” ($20) that had us regaling each other with fantastical fun for hours.

The Lord of the Rings: map of Middle-earth ($36–$79)

You’re going on an adventure! Gaze across the Shire, Rohan, Gondor, and far over the Misty Mountains cold with this epic wall hanging. It comes in various sizes, from 12×18″ to 30×40″.

Read more books.

Kindle Paperwhite eBook Reader (from $85)

Too many books. The shelves just can’t take it, captain. What’s a fantasy fan to do?

Naturally, invest in a digital reading device, such as the Kindle Paperwhite eBook Reader (from $85). Unlike a smartphone or full-function tablet, a device like this helps you clear aside distractions. No texts or social notifications can disturb you here.

Subscribe to Amazon’s library service. Or stick with the books you’ve known, loved, and bought. Not to mention all the Lorehaven-reviewed titles you’ll love to explore—either showcased in your library, or secretly stowed on these cyber-shelves.

Oh, and did we mention it’s waterproof? You can take your Kindle to Atlantis.

Knock Knock’s Personal Library Kit ($13)

Truly it is more blessed to give—or to loan out your books—rather than receive (Acts 20:35). But what if you can’t track where your loaned books all went?

For a bibliophile, indeed, there’s no greater pleasure than sharing beloved books, and no crueler pain than losing them for good. To help resolve this dilemma, and to preserve your godly generosity, enter Knock Knock’s Personal Library Kit ($13).

Revive old-fashioned library circulation techniques for fun and book retention. Whimsical stamps and font selection will take your friends and families back to those thrilling days of yesteryear, as they find in the book itself the exact date you expect your hardbound and paperback friends to be returned.

Best of all: no need to order extra copies. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

Folding Book Lamp ($28–$49)

Now here is a shiny wonder.

When shut, this device resembles a standard book-sized book. But when opened, it spills out the magical glow that can only come from God’s gifts of imagination plus electricity.

Battery charges with a USB cord.

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  3. Benjamin says:

    I am trying to find a way of contacting you guys…can’t find anything but posting a comment here. I bought the “He’s Not a Tame Lion” T-Shirt from you guys late last year and already Aslan and the lettering has worn off, not readable… wondering if you all will send a replacement?? I have a photo of what it looks like. Feel free to email me. Thanks!

    • Greetings, Benjamin. Our Tshirts come through a third-party vendor (via Amazon, because their Borg have assimilated all the things). I am literally wearing that very shirt at the moment I see your comment. Some years back, I got our own “Godzilla (Job 41) Tshirt, and the graphic wore off pretty quickly. In my case, that was because I had been machine-drying all my graphic Tshirts. They say they’re dryer-safe, and the shirts might be safe, but the artwork just doesn’t last as long. So I’ve been able to preserve the lettering for years by never machine-drying the shirt. In fact, every fandom Tshirt I own lasts a lot longer when I simply air-dry them. Maybe that will help?

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