The Best Gift For A Scot Born In 1941

Our alternative to a birthday card is the best gift for a Scot born In 1941. 

Even in the age of the internet and instant E Mails it is still the tradition to post a birthday card or a gift to our family and friends to make them feel special on their birthday.

Sites like Moonpig are great for sending all kinds of personalised cards direct, but they aren’t your only option if you’re looking for something more alternative or a birthday gift with more benefits to the recipient.

The world is evolving fast and conventions are being rapidly overhauled with new trends setting in. Most notably, there is increasing disenchantment with traditional greeting cards. The enthusiasm that used to come with such traditional greeting cards is fading as most people consider the cards and postage increasingly expensive.

Our alternative to those expensive birthday cards and associated postage costs is to send a print-on-demand notebook via Amazon.


  • A custom cover for the recipients birth year.
  • The notebook will be a lasting reminder of you.
  • It will not be discarded like a birthday card within a week or so.
  • Ordered via Amazon so FREE UK DELIVERY if you are a Prime Member.
  • Amazon print all of our titles on demand and usually deliver within 7 days.
  • Your payment is via the Amazon checkout making your transaction 100% secure.
  • Our books are printed by Amazon in the UK, USA, Canada, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Japan & Australia.


  • Handy 6″ x 9″ size
  • Plenty of space to write in and yet it’s so easy to carry!
  • Fits easily in a backpack, tote bag, handbag, brief case or school bag.
  • Generous 100 pages to write on.
  • 25 Lines on every page.
  • Quality white paper.
  • Matte paperback cover.

Click on the image below or the LEARN MORE button below to take you to Amazon where you can add it to your basket or buy it instantly.


Check out the other Scottish Legend titles between 1940 and 2015 HERE

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