Zoë Burnett / Buzzfeed 1. Invest in a floating caddy so you can read in the pool. aquareader.com Or the bath, or wherever your aquatic lil heart desires. 2. Or if you prefer to be water-adjacent, try this face-down lounger. amazon.com Get it here. 3. A pillow-wedge will make reading in bed actually comfy. brookstone.com For longer than like, twenty minutes. Get this one here. 4. Read one-handed with the aptly-named "Thumb Thing." amazon.com All yours for the low price of $5. 5. Or if you're feeling crafty, make one yourself. instructables.com Find the directions here. 6. Don't have enough space for a library AND a table and chairs? Wrong. skymall.com Find this snazzy ensemble here. 7. Fulfill your childhood dreams with bookshelf that doubles as a secret door. themurphydoor.com You can actually buy one, because sometimes the world isn't such an awful place. 8. Get this floor-mounted magnifier if you could use some zooming in. hammacher.com Available here. 9. If you're lugging around a stack of different-sized books, interlock the covers to prevent them from tipping over. reddit.com / Via imgur.com 10. This magical app lets you digitize your physical library. shelfie.com It searches for free or discounted e-book versions of books you already own. 11. This clear book weight lets you read outside on even the windiest days. tent1000.stores.jp Available here (in Japanese). 12. Remember that anything can be a good bookmark in a pinch. cerberus666 / Via imgur.com Like a Kindle. 13. Really, anything. TinysKILL / Via imgur.com 14. I said a n y t h i n g. coppersense / Via imgur.com 15. Read into the wee hours with light-up glasses. amazon.com / Via thisiswhyimbroke.com Available here. 16. Fill your home (or office, or any room you happen to be in) with the smell of old books. etsy.com Get these candles here. 17. And a personalized library kit will ensure that your books always make it back to their rightful owner. theliterarygiftcompany.com Find it here.