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It’s time to start checking off your holiday shopping list, and Untapped New York is here to help! Every year we round up the most unique NYC themed gifts in a handy holiday guide. From book lovers and foodies, to transit nerds and urban explorers, check out our recommendations for the best NYC themed gifts of the season!
1. Autographed Copy of Secret Brooklyn
Whether you are shopping for someone who is new to Brooklyn or are a seasoned resident, Secret Brooklyn is the perfect guide to give. The book comes autographed by the authors and you can include a custom message! FREE SHIPPING with code BROOKLYN. Inside this book, written by Untapped New York’s founder Michelle Young and CEO Augustin Pasquet, readers will find nearly 150 quirky, off-the-beaten path, and hidden spots in New York City. Some of the fascinating sites revealed include a robotic church, a hidden rooftop garden, the smallest cemetery in New York City, remnants of a lost railroad tunnel you can get a drink in, and more. The recipient of this book will be able to track the footprints of a Revolutionary War-era mill in Marine Park, look for the wild parrots of Brooklyn, and locate a sunken yellow submarine, or hike on the former Ridgewood Reservoir, and more.
2. NYC Subway Traintrackr
Transit nerds will love this hi-tech NYC themed gift. Traintrackr uses live data received over WiFi to show the movement of MTA subway cars. The New York City subway map and train movements are displayed on a printed circuit board dotted with 599 red, green, blue, orange, yellow, white, and purple LEDs. The board shows all 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, J, L, M, N, Q, R, W, Z and shuttle lines! Traintrackr has made PCB maps of transit systems all over the world, from the Boston MBTA to the London Underground. Get it here !
3. Custom New York Ornaments by Hoop and Hand
Show off your love of New York with a custom, hand-embroidered ornament created by one of Untapped New York’s writers. Each ornament by Hoop and Hand is hand-stitched on a soft buffalo check patterned flannel and topped off with a big bow. You pick the fabric colors and what part of New York you’d like stitched to make it truly one-of-a-kind. Will you be outside of New York this holiday season, or want to connect with loved ones who live far away? Create your own two or three-state design and spread love all over the country! Untapped readers can save 15% off all items with code UNTAPPED15 .
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Give the urban explorers in your life the gift of adventure with an Untapped New York Gift Card . This gift card will be their passport to unlock the secrets of landmark New York City sites from Grand Central Terminal to the Brooklyn Bridge and to discover relics of the city’s past, from the hidden gems of Central Park’s North End , down to the remnants of Dutch New Amsterdam in Lower Manhattan. All of Untapped New York’s tours are led by expert local guides. On each tour, we will adhere to a strict set of safety measures to protect the health of both our guides and our guests. You can see all of our upcoming experiences here !
5. Books About New York City
Over the course of 2020 Untapped New York has covered the release of many enthralling books about New York City. Insiders even got to meet a bunch of the authors in our virtual book talks! Some of the books we loved and recommend this year include Art Hiding in NY , Suffragette City , Sittin In’ , Enchanted New York , Posh Portals , 99 Percent Insivible City , and We Came to Here Shine , among others . These books include both fiction and non-fiction titles that cover a range of topics from a historic suffragette march and the magical goings-on of Broadway, to mid-century jazz clubs and the magnificent architecture of New York city entryways.
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For the creative on your list, let them get artsy with a water tower kit from Boundless Brooklyn . These mini versions of New York’s iconic water towers are made of 100% recycled material and offer a blank slate which you can leave plain, or decorate with your own design. These easy-to-assemble, customizable kits come in a variety of sizes from five to fifteen inches tall and make perfect decor for a home office! After seven years in business, Boundless Brooklyn will be closing on Friday, December 18th. That means right now the shop is offering its lowest prices ever, up to 50% off!
7. Membership to Your Favorite Museum
It’s been a rough year for museums as the pandemic forced them to close during lockdown, so this holiday season is the perfect opportunity to give philanthropic NYC themed gifts. This holiday season, show support for your local museum by gifting a membership or making a donation in someone’s honor. Museum memberships often come with perks such as free admission, access to special events, and gift shop discounts. The gift of a museum membership or donation helps ensure that these treasured institutions stick around and have the resources needed to care for collections and provide services to the community. Many smaller New York City institutions that Untapped New York has had the pleasure of partnering with for some of our Insider Events such as The City Reliquary in Brooklyn, The Dyckman Farmhouse in Manhattan, the Morris Jumel Mansion , The Tibetan Art Museum on Staten Island, can especially use support this year. Don’t forget about your local green spaces too, like the Elizabeth Street Garden and the Queens Farm . Check out our list of museum partners for inspiration!
8. Adopt Part of the Brooklyn Greenway
The Brooklyn Greenway is a 26-mile stretch of protected and landscaped pathways for pedestrians and cyclists. The route will connect Brooklyn’s iconic waterfront, parks and open space, commercial and cultural corridors, and new tech and innovation when it is completed in 2021. Right now, the Brooklyn Greenway Initiative is trying to close its $55,000 budget gap by the end of 2020. One way you can help meet that year-end goal is to adopt a plant or tree along the Greenway. Donations of plants and trees support the local ecology and are vital to bees, birds, and butterflies. Gifts range in value from a $50 Anise hyssop, a plant that supports honeybees and bumblebees, to a $2,500 Plaza planter on Atlantic Avenue or Imlay Street. Every adoption is made official with a digital certificate of recognition.
9. Dead Rabbit Irish Coffee Kit
Since it’s still best practice to stay home from the bar, this Irish coffee kit from The Dead Rabbit in New York City will satisfy beverage connoisseurs and coffee lovers alike. Each kit includes two branded glasses, Dead Rabbit coffee, Demerara sugar, nutmegs and a grater, a custom jigger and shaker. All you need to add is cream and whiskey to complete the concoction! Bushmills Irish Whiskey is recommended to make a truly classic Irish Coffee. The Dead Rabbit is one of the stops on our Dutch New Amsterdam Tour and Pub Crawl.
10. Apartment Wrapping Paper
Extend the New York City theme all the way to the packaging with this apartment window wrapping paper . The paper design was created by London-based Etsy shop owner Nick Selleck, who uses his own photographs to create these unique designs. Your NYC themed gifts will look like mini-New York high rises! You can choose between a brown or red brick building.
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LITTLE WOMEN The Complete Novel, Featuring the Characters’ Letters and Manuscripts, Written and Folded by Hand By Louisa May Alcott Curated by Barbara Heller
Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy might seem too modest, earnest and marriage-minded to appeal to the youth of 2021, and yet the March girls’ fandom is strong. Love, rivalry, independence, ambition, artistic creation, sisterhood — Alcott’s novel explores it all, leaving an irresistibly cozy afterglow to boot. While there’s no shortage of print editions of “Little Women,” this latest offers a gimmick that may be more compelling than color photos of Timothée Chalamet (heartthrob Laurie in the latest film adaptation). Heller, a set decorator for film and television, has peppered it with 17 facsimiles of letters and other paper ephemera from the book, tucked into satisfyingly crinkly vellum envelopes. There’s Mr. Laurence’s letter to Beth (on monogrammed stationery) thanking her for the pair of slippers; Marmee’s note to Jo commending her daughter’s efforts to control her temper; Laurie’s missive inviting Jo to join him for “all sorts of larks.” We even get a foldout replica of The Pickwick Portfolio, the March girls’ self-published newspaper. Deciphering the loopy 19th-century handwriting takes some effort, but readers raised in the age of email and texting will be charmed by the novelty of the (extremely low-tech) interactive experience.
360 pp. Chronicle Books. $40. (Ages 8 and up)
AFRICAN PROVERBS FOR ALL AGES Collected by Johnnetta Betsch Cole and Nelda LaTeef Illustrated by Nelda LaTeef
A book devoted to wise old sayings and aphorisms sounds lecturey, but fear not! This ingeniously designed volume is as engaging as a game, one that becomes more rewarding with each round of play. Here’s the setup: Each spread shows a scene of daily life in Africa, from a boy chasing antelope by a river to a nest of hatching ostrich chicks. The authors provide four traditional proverbs labeled A, B, C and D, and it’s up to readers to pick which one they think best narrates the illustration. The scene of the antelope, for instance, could be depicting any of these sayings: “Hurry, hurry has no blessings”; “You can’t chase two antelopes at once”; “Dance in the sun, but turn your back to the clouds”; “A roaring lion kills no game.” Clearly there are no “right” answers — a concept that may itself be eye-opening for children. This is a book that sparks conversation. The proverbs were drawn from more than 25 African countries by Cole, a noted anthropologist and former director of the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art, and LaTeef, who also provides the bright, textured collagelike illustrations. As Cole puts it, “A proverb is a short sentence based on long experience. Whether you are young or old, proverbs can open your mind to a whole new way of seeing the world.”
40 pp. Roaring Brook Press. $19.99. (Ages 4 to 8)
TIGER, TIGER, BURNING BRIGHT! An Animal Poem for Each Day of the Year Selected by Fiona Waters Illustrated by Britta Teckentrup
Attention parents and caregivers: You might have a new bedtime routine for 2022. This colossal illustrated anthology contains 366 poems about animals — one for each day of the year. The poets include names both widely familiar and less so, from Christina Rossetti, Carl Sandburg and Jack Prelutsky to the late-19th-century Japanese haiku master Masaoka Shiki and the contemporary Guyanese poet Grace Nichols. None of these poems are longer than a page, and many are just a few lines (ideal for tuck-in time). Waters has unearthed poems about an astounding range of creatures beyond William Blake’s famous tiger: Grasshoppers, platypuses, hippos, snakes, a mole and even jellyfish get star turns. Teckentrup’s luminous illustrations, which recall Eric Carle collages, will coax children to gaze, linger and let the lovely sound of the poetry sink in.
328 pp. Nosy Crow/Candlewick. $40. (Ages 3 to 7)
THE ULTIMATE ART MUSEUM By Ferren Gipson
It’s the lucky few who can waltz their kids into the Metropolitan Museum of Art or the Louvre for a dose of art history whenever they feel like it. While technology has gone a long way toward sharing masterworks beyond museum walls, let’s not forget the power of good old-fashioned books. This luxuriously large-scale encyclopedic survey (based on “The Art Museum,” a best-selling book Phaidon published for a general adult audience a decade ago) echoes the experience of walking through “the most magnificent museum in the world.” There’s even a “cafe” with food-related art. Ranging across continents and artistic approaches, it runs the gamut from pre-history (the Lascaux caves) to modern day (Amy Sherald’s portrait of Michelle Obama). The curation is thankfully broad and inclusive, giving due real estate to non-Western and women artists. The Ishtar Gate of Babylonia, Choson dynasty scholar paintings, Mughal Empire miniatures, Chartres Cathedral, Cubism and conceptual art … it’s all here. Like a tour guide who knows how to hold the attention of a gaggle of distracted school kids, Gipson, an art historian, does a fine job keeping the text fun, digestible and mercifully brief. She asks questions, points out cool details and shares entertaining anecdotes. Did you know that Indian miniature artists used brushes made with the fine hair of squirrels? Now you do.
232 pp. Phaidon. $39.95. (Ages 8 to 12)
INSIDE THE SUITCASE By Clotilde Perrin Translated by Daniel Hahn
The French author/illustrator Perrin makes moody, intimate lift-the-flap books full of hidden surprises. In this one, a boy packs a little red suitcase and sets off alone on a mysterious journey. Traveling across the ocean and over mountains, he uses the contents of his valise to feed himself, stay warm, unlock a cage, pacify a sharp-toothed ogre and find valuable treasure. For young readers, part of the fun lies in the challenge of remembering what’s inside the boy’s luggage.
But most of the delight owes to Perrin’s canny use of paper flaps. Little fingers will be itching to touch her tempting cut-outs of storybook A-frame houses, a faceted diamond and a towering mousse cake. And Perrin’s technique of embedding these paper flaps within flaps within yet more flaps creates an Alice in Wonderland sensation of journeying deep into a secret place.
20 pp. Gecko Press. $21.99. (Ages 4 to 8)
CHANGE SINGS A Children’s Anthem By Amanda Gorman Illustrated by Loren Long
Lyricism, inspiration and glowing greatness was expected — nay, demanded — when the country’s youngest-ever presidential inaugural poet announced she was writing a children’s book. But guess what? The book is indeed a marvel. In rhythmic, rhyming words simple enough for very young children to understand, Gorman’s stirring poem reminds us that anything is possible when individual voices join together: “I’m a chant that rises and rings. There is hope where my change sings.” What makes this single poem a fully-fledged book are the warm, radiant illustrations by Long, who also illustrated former President Barack Obama’s “Of Thee I Sing: A Letter to My Daughters” and the now-classic 2005 version of “The Little Engine That Could.” Reminiscent of the 1930s Works Progress Administration murals that imbued everyday laborers with heroic stature, Long’s acrylic and pencil images create a narrative about a steadfast young girl with an acoustic guitar who gathers children one by one to form a ragtag band in their urban neighborhood. Along the way, they become a grass-roots coalition of community-minded citizens. Cynics beware, this inspiring book truly sings.
32 pp. Viking. $18.99. (Ages 4 to 8)
THE ROALD DAHL COLLECTION (SET 1) James and the Giant Peach, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and The Twits By Roald Dahl Illustrated by Quentin Blake Introduced by Donald Sturrock
The London-based Folio Society, known for its heirloom-quality editions of classics such as “Anna Karenina” and “To the Lighthouse,” has added to its children’s list a set of three of Roald Dahl’s best-loved works, beautifully bound with cloth covers and printed on luxuriously thick cream-colored paper. These delightfully dark and subversive tales featuring feisty children, nasty-smelling adults, bizarre goings-on and sweet revenge are just as humorous and thrilling as you remember. “James and the Giant Peach” relates the adventures of a mistreated orphan who escapes his awful aunts with the help of magically overgrown insects inside a gargantuan peach. “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” is the story of a downtrodden lad who wins a tour of the world’s most mysterious chocolate factory. “The Twits,” the shortest of the three, is the story of a despicable husband and wife who trap birds in glue and make life miserable for a family of monkeys. (Its diatribe against “hairy-faced men” is extra funny in this era of bushy beards.) The illustrations are all by Quentin Blake, whose wispy, madcap black-and-white drawings have become the definitive visual partner to Dahl. This fancy collection will set you back a pretty penny. But oh what a scrumdiddlyumptious gift it would make for a child as good as Charlie, as brave as James or unfortunate enough to have Twits for parents.
Vol. 1 (James): 168 pp.; Vol. 2 (Charlie): 192 pp.; Vol. 3 (Twits): 96 pp. The Folio Society. $115. (Ages 7 and up)
THE DOG WALK By Sven Nordqvist
This wordless book is so lavishly detailed, so exuberantly trippy, a kid can spend hours getting lost in its pages. The Swedish author/illustrator Nordqvist’s narrative follows a boy taking his grandmother’s shaggy white dog out for a walk. But this is no ordinary stroll around the block: The twosome travel through fantastical landscapes and interiors that feel straight out of a Hayao Miyazaki film or a G-rated Hieronymus Bosch painting. There’s a garden where goats pull 18th-century aristocrats on dollies, and a town square where gnomes drink beer and a ginormous rat plays the accordion. There’s an over-the-top antique shop stacked with weaponry and taxidermy, and a looping, Escher-esque train line. It’s the kind of densely illustrated book (like one of Mitsumasa Anno’s classic “Journey” books) where you can always find a new mischievously hidden detail. Kids will love using the spreads to play “I Spy.” (Find the car shaped like a baguette! Find the man eating the plate!) Grown-ups will appreciate Nordqvist’s sly visual jokes, like the stick figures who seem to have wandered in from another book entirely and the regular appearance of cranky businessmen — a reminder that wonder is where you find it.
32 pp. Floris Books. $19.95. (Ages 3 to 7)
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