Father’s Little Dividends

This year, delight Dad with unique Levenger gifts of yesterday, today and tomorrow. Whether the father figure in your life is a serious reader, a tech enthusiast or an all-around Renaissance type of guy, you’ll find some interesting choices when you shop Levenger’s well-stocked Father’s Day Gift Guide.

The past comes to life in exclusive books

History buffs might appreciate Last Train to Paradise, an absorbing account of trailblazing industrialist Henry Flagler’s quest to reach Key West with the extension of his Florida East Coast Railway. Author Les Standiford will personally inscribe this deluxe edition to that favorite dad—just order by June 6th. Other titles for history lovers include Long Remembered: Lincoln and His Five Versions of the Gettysburg Address, and Thoreau on Cape Cod: His Journeys and the Lost Maps—both are Levenger Press exclusives and not found in any bookstore.

Today’s essentials

Enhance his daily routine and keep him in durable style with pieces from the Levenger Essential Collection in deliciously smooth, full-grain black leather. From wallets to bags to folios, these thoughtfully crafted tools are classic, understated and eminently practical—and they’re a joy to touch, carry and wear. He’ll think of you each time he uses them.

The future is now

Levenger has become a premier destination for those looking to properly outfit their tablet computers and smartphones—here’s where you’ll find smart gear that protects, carries and adds a tactile dimension to precious tech cargo. Consider the silky, comfy Thai Pad lap pillow that takes iPad and e-reader browsing to the next level; the Circa iPad Foldover Notebook that brings the best of pen-and-paper and iPad technologies together in one sleek folio; the Bomber Jacket Smart Phone Holster, and International Phone Pocket Briefcase. These are only a few of the many tablet- and tech-friendly products that are new Levenger favorites.

Make Dad feel cherished with a luxurious yet practical Levenger gift he’ll use and enjoy all year long. —CC

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