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1.A book keychain so you can keep your favorite books close to you wherever you go. This Etsy shop has dozens and dozens of books to choose from, but we're partial to The Great Gatsby with its original cover.
2.A minimalist movie poster to commemorate all of your favorite book-to-movie adaptations. And if for some reason you can't find the movie you're looking for, you can even request custom posters!
3.Or this minimalist poster honoring the nail-biting scene at the end of Crazy Rich Asians film when Rachel finally stands up to Nick's mother during an intense game of mahjong.
5.Or this frightening realistic bookend that's modeled to look exactly like Jack Nicholson in his famous "Hereeeee's Johnny!!" scene from the climax of the 1980 film adaptation of The Shining. The shelf in your house dedicated to all of your Stephen King hardcovers just got a major upgrade.
6.A map poster of Isla Nublar, the fictional island where Jurassic Park is located. You'll find references and Easter eggs to both the Michael Crichton novel and the original film trilogy. I'd suggest staying far away from the velociraptor pen if I were you...
7.Or these stickers featuring some of the most iconic lines and images from the original 1993 Jurassic Park film. As someone who says "Hold onto your butts" at least once a week, I've never put something in my cart faster.
8.A Cheetah Girls-inspired mug if you want to harness all your inner Cheetah-licious power while you're sipping your morning java.
9.A Little Womentote bag that not only features everyone's four favorite sisters, but also the iconic text from the Christmas scene that opens the book.
10.Or a Polaroid-styleLittle Womenbookmark if, every time you reread the classic novel, you can't help but picture Saoirse Ronan as Jo and Timothée Chalamet as Laurie in your head.
11.*Or* this bookmark with an illustration of Halle Berry as Janie from the Their Eyes Were Watching God movie adaptation. Talk about a legendary performance!
12.A book detailing how filmmakers adapted the magic of the Harry Potter books into eight movies. With 1,200 photographs, sketches, and diagrams, you'll be able to dive deep into the creative process of adapting the written word to film.
13.Or this book for the Jane Austen fans who would love to learn more about the English filming locations from all the movie adaptations of her novels. Start planning your Austenian pilgrimage now!
14.Speaking of Jane Austen, a cross-body bag that looks like an exact replica of the original 1813 cover of Pride and Prejudice. Not to be dramatic, but this bag has bewitched me, body and soul.
15.Or a sticker of THE Mr. Darcy hand flex scene (you know which one I'm talking about) you may or may not have watched about 80 times on YouTube. Don't worry — I'm not judging...because I'm right there with you.
16.*Or* this Pride and Prejudice-inspired sweatshirt giving me serious Main Character energy thanks to the fashion-forward rose gold text. Wear this when you're feeling confident, strong-willed, and ready to channel your inner Lizzy.
17.A hilariously dark greeting card because nothing says "I'm moving on" quite like Angela Bassett as Bernadine in Waiting to Exhale as she sets her ex-husband's car and all of his clothes on fire.
19.These Romeo + Julietnail decals if you're that person in high school who went the extra mile in English class and watched the 1996 Baz Luhrmann adaptation on your own and then wouldn't shut up about how breathtakingly beautiful it is.
20.A lavender and lilac-scented candle inspired by Alice Walker'sThe Color Purple that'll be the perfect addition to any bookshelf. Bookworms will especially love the library lending card design on the front.
21.An embroidered sweatshirt for any Twilight fan who strongly believes Bella's red truck is the best character in the entire franchise.
22.Or a greeting card featuring the meme-worthy line uttered by everyone's favorite werewolf in New Moon. Feel free to send it to any friend who's recently broken up with their 100-year-old vampire boyfriend.
23.A To All the Boys I've Loved Before-inspired Yakult pin if, like Laura Jean and her sisters, you understand that this Japanese probiotic drink is actually the best thing on Earth. Peter Kavinsky sure did catch on pretty fast!
24.A necklace with the famous line from The Perks of Being a Wallflower that broke my heart not once, but twice: the first time when I read the book and the second time when Paul Rudd said it in the movie version.
25.A Princess Bridesignpost featuring notable locations from both the movie and the book that you can display as an ornament. What's that? You'd rather have it sit on your desk? As you wish.
26.Or these statement socks because it's clear The Princess Bride is one of the most quotable movies of all time, so you might as well honor Vizzini's famous exclamation in a sartorial way!
28.A Genovia sweatshirt because let's be real — all of us wanted to live in the tiny fictional European country from the second we read Meg Cabot's fantastic Princess Diaries series as a kid.
29.Or this set of pencils honoring the most iconic lines uttered by Anne Hathaway and Julie Andrews in the 2001 Princess Diaries film. Perfect for jotting down notes in class before heading over to Grandma's place for princess lessons.
33.An art print of the book cover ofEmma with actual text from the novel behind it if you're looking for a way to honor the most determined matchmaker in all of Regency-era England.
34.Or a fluffy pen if you're particularly fond of the classic '90s teen film Clueless (which, as I'm sure you already know, is a modern retelling of Emma) and want to feel like Cher Horowitz as she schemes up her next romantic escapade.
35.A unique lithograph puzzle that uses the entire text of a novel to create an image depicting a scene from the same book. Because each puzzle only has a few colors, you'll have to use the words as clues to figure out which pieces go together.
You whenever someone asks whether you like to read the book or watch the movie more: