The Cleveland Leader's 2008 Holiday Gift Guide

The Cleveland Leader's 2008 Holiday Gift Guide is here! Whether you're looking for the perfect gift for your co-worker, wife, or even your dog, we've got you covered. Our staff personally looked at and tested out hundreds of items that we think would make great gifts this year.

Sure, we've included the obligatory new technology gifts, video games, and apparel, but we've also come across some really neat unique gifts, such as eco-friendly organic toys and land in England, to name a few.

Arranged by categories, the gift guide sorts out gift suggestions by recipient, interest, and price.

Now, let's start shopping!


Shop by Recipient:


Shop for Her


Shop for Him


Shop for Baby


Shop for Kids


Shop for Teens


Shop for Grandparents


Shop for Pets


Shop by Interest:


Shop for Fitness


Shop for Health & Beauty


Shop for Food & Beverage


Shop for Technology


Shop for Unique Gifts


Shop for the Home


Shop Green & Eco-Friendly


Shop for Practical Items


Shop for Books


Shop by Price:


Shop for Under $20


Shop for Under $50


Shop for Under $100


Shop for Over $100

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There are some pretty cool gift ideas in this story.Keep up the good work!

Thanks for compiling the list. That will help me with my holiday shopping

If there's a lawyer or legal professional on your list, perhaps consider LawTunes' (www.LawTunes.com) lawyer-created law-related legal humor rock-and-roll CDs, "Merry Lexmas From The Lawtunes," "The Lawyer's Holiday Humor Album," "Legal Holidaze," and the latest, "The Lawtunes: Live At Blackacre." Songs include "It's Gonna Be A Billable Christmas," "Rainmaker Reindeer," "Hey, Santa, I Appeal," "North Pole Bar Exam," "I Got A Footnote In My Stocking," "We're All Just Elves," "Ridin' On A Red-Eye With Santa On Christmas Eve," and many more, taking on the law, lawyers, and legal practice in a hilarious, but positive, way. LawTunes' albums are dedicated to the proposition that lawyers' zealous representation of clients and furtherance of the public good can be only enhanced by a healthy willingness of lawyers to poke fun at themselves appropriately on occasion. They contribute to the effort to make people think a little differently about lawyers, and show that attorneys are not necessarily humorless, boring, or incapable of self-deprecation. Thanks.