America should be Great Britain’s oldest ally, one of our most recent “bromance” was during the world wars, and across so many international disputes, both nations have always stood together.
Our similarities are just so obvious; I mean, we both speak English, slightly different, no doubt, and we almost have the same laws, democracy, and all; I don’t need to overstate why we are what we are.
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So, some gifts are peculiar to our culture, and many of them would be awesome to send to Americans. In this guide, I’ve researched and come up with some profoundly British gifts for American children.
Best British Gifts for American Children
If you casually look at tees, you might not get the message, but if you zoom out and crack your brain, you may pick the idea here.
We all know that America was founded by the British, and we were part of their colony; you can see how deeply rooted the British traditions are in the US.
When you look at our laws and government system, you can see that British touch in America. This t-shirt reminds the little boy of that fact stylishly.
You know J.K Rowling wrote Harry Potter while using real places in Great Britain; the child is probably a fan of the Harry Potter series and must have mastered some of the words and sayings in the movie.
This book would introduce the young American to British society using Harry Potter slang, words, and characters. The American would love this book. See these British gifts for foreign friends.
Yeah, while America does speak English, British English is different from theirs. This book prepares the young girl for what to expect if she ever wants to visit the UK or play with the British accent; people so much love the British accent.
Although it isn’t official, the Union Jack has become known as Great Britain’s flag. While we haven’t reached the point of sending the British flag to the young American, this is one awesome blanket that would fit perfectly on the young American’s bed.
If you decide to picture a typical British man, you are likely to include this hat. Do you know how the Brits dress in this fabulous hat? This is one symbolic gift in Great Britain, and the kid is going to love this.
6. History of Cities – Hardcover
This doesn’t focus on cities in Great Britain alone; it talks about cities from around the world, a total of 25 fantastic cities. It digs deep into the most ancient of cities worldwide, and your young American will love this book.
Shortbread is one very common edible in Great Britain. This tin is decorated with the Union Jack; while this is pretty eye catchy, the cookie itself does a great job; the American kid would love this.
This gift pack features not just great Britain’s soldiers but those from other flags. This is another extraordinary gift for that American child. While playing with them is still ideal, he can have them as decor around the house.
If I recall clearly, Queen Elizabeth II, of blessed memory, had about two bulldogs which she cherished so much or corgis.
Typically, bulldogs are strongly associated with GB, just like chihuahuas are strongly associated with Mexico. These figures are cool decor or toys for many American children. See gifts for dog breeders.
Cats have played significant roles in Great Britain; you probably have seen a video of that funny cat that stays at downing street. Yes, Larry, the Chief Mouser.
Britain has one of the longest-existing monarchies, so many kings and queens have mounted that throne, and it’s a bit challenging keeping track of them.
This mug would help the young girl have a mental picture of so many kings and queens that ruled over Britain.
12. British Santa
Make the American’s child Christmas even more British with this Santa. It is a lovely gift on their Christmas tree or in virtually any part of their house as decor. This is one fantastic gift for any American. Speaking of that, see these American gifts for foreign friends