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    30 Products Book-Lovers Will Probably Adore

    Because how *can* you resist literary cocktails and a candle that smells like Dumbledore's office? That's right, you can't.

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    1. A monthly YA book subscription box that throws in self-care goodies so your stress levels will go down every time you get a box. More into classics? There's a box that combines classics with coffee or tea! And even one for horror fans so you'll always have a book you're sure to enjoy!

    Cratejoy

    The YA box and classics box add in themed items like mugs, snacks, face masks, bath bombs, and more!

    Get them from Cratejoy: YA box for $33.25/mo, the classics box for $28.49/mo, and the horror box for $16/mo.

    2. Novel-themed black teas tagged with classic literary quotes to boost your reading experience by a thousand.

    Amazon

    The novel teas come with 25 quoted teabags. Reviewers note that the tea tastes great!

    Promising review: "Super cute for your literary friend. I just fell in love when I saw this. I love finding unique gift items and surely this is one of them! My friend loves history and tea and I can't believe I found the perfect gift to represent them both. The design is perfect and just like described. And I love that they put quotes on them individually as well. Worth every penny. And the tea is just delicious." —Nora

    Get the novel teas from Amazon for $13.50.

    3. But don't fret — if you're more into children's classics and fruity teas, try these cute tea tins filled with your chosen title and blend!

    RosieLeaTeaUK/Etsy

    They have cool tea flavors like banana nut loaf, lemon drizzle cake, and blackcurrant sundae with bases such as Chinese green tea and Sri Lankan black tea! The teas will be good for 12 months after the order date. Note that some of the teas contain almonds or hazelnuts.

    Get it from $5.73 (available in 12 book titles and 11 tea blends).

    4. A magical candle to transport you to the office of Hogwarts' headmaster — none other than Albus Dumbledore himself! It's a perfect consolation for never having received your Hogwarts acceptance letter.

    Amazon

    This candle has a woodsy scent of cedarwood and fireplaces with a tang of lemon. Burn these no longer than 2-3 hours at a time so your candle will last longer! The container is recyclable and reusable.

    Promising review: "These are amazing. The scents of each of the ones we've tried have been subtle, delightful and yet they infuse the room with a feeling that you have apparated in Flourish & Blotts, burst into Carl Conrad Coreander's, or tried to 'Ook' at the Librarian at the Unseen University. And they last for-ev-er." —Kevin Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $22 (available in 10 other bookish scents).

    5. A charming Jane Austen locket necklace for upgrading your literary look and taking you back in time.

    TheLocketLibrary / Etsy

    These necklaces are customizable so you can choose your favorite book cover and author out of genres like classic literature, children's literature, and fairytales. You can also choose between having the locket on a necklace, bracelet, charm, or even a bookmark!

    Get the Jane Austen edition from TheLocketLibrary on Etsy for $11.42 (available in 6 forms, 6 finishes, and 6 book covers).

    6. A super cute literary bar of soap with lovely scents themed on your favorite books and characters. This is basically an imagined version of what perfume your favorite character might've used!

    TheSoapLibrarian/Etsy

    These handcrafted soaps even have ridges on the sides to mimic actual pages! They come packaged in pretty boxes that make for perfect gift-giving: to a friend or to yourself!

    Promising review: "I gave this to my mentor teacher as an appreciation gift, and she loved it! You could smell the fresh and lovely right away! This shop has never disappointed and is one of my favorites." —reinarodrar1

    Get one from TheSoapLibrarian on Etsy for $6 (available in 16 scents and book themes).

    7. A bookish pair of socks to snuggle your feet when you're all cozied up by the fire with your favorite book and a cup of tea *sighs dreamily*

    Amazon

    Promising review: "I absolutely love these socks! They fit super well and are very comfortable, and they're just perfect for us book lovers. I love when people ask me about them! I've had them for a few months now and have worn and washed them very often and they have definitely held up." —Kasey

    Get them from Amazon for $12.

    8. An amusing and super quirky Wicked Witch bookmark. Whenever you're unmotivated, those stripey legs and famous red shoes sticking out of the pages will def draw you back to finally finish that book!

    Amazon

    The legs are made of polymer clay and attached to a laminated bookmark. Note that the bookmark part of this item is metal.

    Promising review: "A delightful twister to your usual bookmark. If you like a little whimsy and love The Wizard of Oz, this bookmark is for you. Definitely puts a smile on your face every time you see it. Turned out to be a little conversation piece as well. Would recommend. :)" —Maria

    Get it from Amazon for $24.

    9. An incredibly funny book of cocktail recipes based on famous novels. With endless literary jokes, witty comments, and titles like The Pitcher of Dorian Grey Goose, you'll just be squealing with delight.

    Amazon

    This book features 65 drink recipes as well as bar bites, illustrations, and drinking games.

    Promising review: "This book is hilarious! I gave it as a birthday gift but I kind of want one for myself. Tons of cocktail/drink recipes based on books you know and love...or hate! LOL. Each one has a brief review of the book before listing the ingredients and directions for the drink. Very fun gift for anyone that loves books!" —Beckersly

    Get it from Amazon for $9.95.

    10. A personal library kit that rekindles the magic of going to the library and the nostalgia of the old library card system. Use this to fulfill your childhood dreams of becoming a librarian and keep track of every book you lend out. Cue throwback!

    Amazon

    This kit includes 20 self-adhesive pockets, 20 checkout cards, a black inkpad, a date stamp, and one pencil!

    Promising review: "I keep all the books I read and at this point, I have way too many books. When I lend them out, I like people to sign their name and the date they read the book, only because I find it interesting if I have an old used book and see the same information in it. So I thought these were a cute throwback to the library system I grew up with and people could sign their names on the cards. Great quality — very sturdy, smooth cardstock-type paper." —Holly Tracy

    Get it from Amazon for $12.50.

    11. A personalized library embosser so your name can elegantly be on all of your favorite books and it will be more ~official~ when you're loaning your books to friends. Plus, you can feel like a fancy book-owner because yes, fancy book-owners are a thing.

    Horchow

    Get it from Horchow for $26.

    12. This amazing card catalog notecard set from the Library of Congress! The notecards are replicas of the original cards used in the Library of Congress to keep track of literary classics — and it comes in a card catalog box!

    Amazon

    Note that this is not a wooden card catalog box: the box is sturdy laminated cardboard. Reviewers say the box is strong and looks like real oak from afar. Plus, the drawers open! Each notecard is the size of actual catalog cards and has realistic handwritten notations and scribbles on them for classics like Wuthering Heights (because catalog cards used to be handwritten!). The set also comes with 30 blue envelopes that are reminiscent of checkout sleeves in the back of library books, and 5 tabbed alphabetical dividers. It's a great way to remember the old card catalog system!

    Promising review: "I think the cards and envelopes are delightful! They are small but they are precisely the size of a catalog card. And definitely enough room to write more than on a picture postcard. I ordered several sets — some to use as notecards and a full set to keep for myself. The boxes are lovely. Sturdy cardboard covered in nicely printed faux wood. They definitely look like card catalog drawers. Same height and width as a card catalog drawer. I plan to use mine as special little file boxes."—Raucous Rain

    Get it from Amazon for $13.96.

    13. A snarky decal sticker that states the one thing everyone knows to be true: the book is *always* better.

    MoonandStarCo / Etsy

    This vinyl decal is waterproof and weatherproof!

    Get it from MoonandStarCo on Etsy for $8.

    14. A small and flexible reading light that lessens the strain on your eyes so you can pull all-nighters reading your favorite books in complete darkness without disturbing anyone. And without going blind.

    Amazon

    This book light comes with two lithium coin cell batteries. The neck is flexible and can be moved in different directions. The light can fasten onto books, Kindles, and E-readers with an attachable clip, and is portable, foldable, and lightweight.

    Promising review: "I love my book light. It is even prettier than it appears in the picture and is very well made. Not cheap at all. I was looking for a small light I could easily carry in my purse since I travel a lot. This one fit the bill. The small ball for the light might give the impression it isn't very powerful, however, it is one of the best light sources to cover my entire page and then some. The price can't be beat either. I am very happy with my light and would recommend it." —StarlinEyes6

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99 (available in 10 designs).

    15. A book locket that'll actually hold a personalized secret message inside when you open it...just like in the those romantic movies (that are usually based on romantic novels)!

    SilkPurseSowsEar/Etsy

    The locket is made of solid brass and has a working hinge and clasp that you open to reveal the message. It also fits two tiny photos inside!

    Promising review: "Smaller than I thought but a beautifully crafted locket necklace that I got to personalize with my friend's favorite book quote. A great gift for a great friend!" —Megan

    Get it from SilkPurseSowsEar on Etsy for $30.45 (available in 5 necklace lengths).

    16. A set of ornate bookplates so you can label your books and (gracefully) let everyone know who they belong to. Each bookplate features a literary quote and a pretty illustration!

    Amazon

    The set comes with 55 bookplates!

    Promising review: "The packaging is so cute! There are three different groups of bookplates. Each group has a different color and height. There are a total of six different designs on 55 total bookplates. Quotes from C.S Lewis, Helen Keller, Henry W. Longfellow, Hilaire Belloc, Cicero, and Jorge Luis Borges are printed on some of the designs. The ones without quotes have 'Ex Libris' (from the library of) printed on them. The designs are neutral and are not overtly masculine or too feminine. I love them and will be ordering more in the future. Also, great quantity for an awesome price."—girlreader

    Get it from Amazon for $11.44.

    17. A gorgeous weathered bundle of books that — wait for it — is *not* real; it's decor! How sophisticated would this look as a centerpiece? I'll tell you: *a lot.*

    acozycompany/Etsy

    Each book set is handcrafted so that no two bundles are the same! The books are coverless and wrapped with old twine, and each stack is topped with a literary title for authenticity.

    Get it from $24.99.

    18. A wooden page-holder to make the life of a bookworm easier all around. With this, you can hold those don't-want-to-stay-open books open with just one hand, leaving the other free to indulge in your coffee addiction. Hey, we're not judging.

    Amazon

    This page-holder is made with natural walnut. It's lightweight, small enough to be portable, and holds both thick and thin books open! There are two sizes to suit thick and thin fingers.

    Promising review: "Great quality. I'd used some of the plastic ones before but I wanted to try the wooden one out. My thumbs are on the thicker side, but the large one I got still has some room. Overall, very comfortable to hold and makes reading with one hand much more convenient. I'd recommend it to any avid reader." —Margvela

    Get it from Amazon for $17.49.

    19. A journal with a dreamy and tranquil autumn moon cover. Writing in this will make perfect practice for your debut novel!

    Barnes & Noble

    The journal has 192 pages that are lightly lined, making it good for writing or sketching.

    Get it from Barnes & Noble for $15.99.

    20. An elegant quill feather pen set that comes with its own ink bottle so you can dip away to your heart's content and be the fanciest writer on the block. And write like a Hogwarts student.

    Amazon / Via amazon.com, Amazon

    This set not only comes with an ink bottle but also a pen nib base and five replacement nibs of different sizes to meet your calligraphy needs. There are also two vintage-style envelopes and four writing papers! Everything is packaged into a fittingly-designed gift box. Reviewers suggest buying a different set of nibs for continuous writing so you don't have to keep dipping into the ink so often. The quill has a stainless steel tip and the ink itself is long-lasting, with one dip allowing you to write 30 English letters and 25 Chinese characters.

    Promising review: "I got this for my cousin's birthday present, and she loves it! It is beautiful, has great quality, and is very easy to use. I was impressed with the quality and how well it worked. it comes with everything you need to get started. The feather looks amazing, a great gift for Harry Potter lovers. Tip: Be careful using the ink!" —lisbeth valdez

    Get it from Amazon for $15.99.

    21. A statement tote bag that yells the message loud and clear. Only those who believe it can use this bag.

    JLawCreations/Etsy

    This tote bag easily holds a 13'' laptop. If you live in the US, you get free shipping!

    Get it from JLawCreations on Etsy for $20 (available in two colors and two designs).

    22. A fun reading journal so you can always remember what you read and how you felt about it in your own way. You can even get creative with sections like ''Literary Places I'd Like to Visit" and "Books I'd Like with Me if I Were Stranded on a Desert Island."

    Amazon, Amazon / Via amazon.com

    This reading log holds up to 67 books! It is a hardcover with 216 pages but small enough to carry around with you in your bag.

    Promising review: "This journal is so great — not only does it help me to keep track of what I have already read, but it can also keep track of what you want to read, what you've loaned out, and there are lists of books to give you ideas of future books to read. Each book gets two pages — the first page is where you fill out the title, author, genre, how many pages it is, rate the book on quality based on several different elements, who you would recommend the book to, how you found it. The second page is reserved for whatever you want — your opinions, quotes you liked, impressions while reading, anything.

    When I go back and look over the entries I've made for other books, I can see how much I enjoyed an author, a book, or even an entire series. It really gives me a unique perspective on what my frame of mind was when I read the book. My tastes are constantly evolving so it can be interesting to go back and see what I was reading and why. As such, my book lover's journal is deeply personal to me and is so much more than just a list of what books I've read." —Liz

    Get it from Amazon for $11.03.

    23. A mini neon LED lamp to profess your love of books. The "lit" stands for literature and the lamp just looks awesome so having this on your table would just be...~lit~ (sorry not sorry).

    Barnes & Noble

    Get it from Barnes & Noble for $14.99.

    24. A sleek bamboo fountain pen writing set for your next book reading so you can practice that sweeping, way-too-elaborate autograph that no one can read.

    Amazon

    This set comes with a bamboo fountain pen and a writing case. Ink is not included but the pen has an ink refill converter and works with both ink bottles and all generic ink cartridges so you can choose what suits you and don't have to stick to one specific brand.

    Promising review: "Very unique pen made of handcrafted bamboo with really nice gift/case. It looks pretty thick and heavy; at the same time it is light and fits your hand well. It is very easy to write with, the ink flows very well, it does not dry. After removing the cap, the pen is immediately ready to write. I am very satisfied with this product. Unique shape and material!" —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99.

    25. A stunning lithograph poster that weaves the entire text of a novel into the artwork. From afar, you'll see an illustration of a scene from the novel — go closer and you can read the entire book! Get this and you'll be the cool one among your friends.

    Litographs

    These posters are printed on vinyl-infused paper and are tear-resistant, water-resistant, and long-lasting. The print includes a white border and a die-cut mat that displays the book title and author. They come ready to frame!

    Get this Emma one from Litographs for $24.99 (available in over 200 book titles, 19 genres, and 3 sizes).

    26. A book lamp that folds closed like an actual book! Who knew there were so many things disguised as books that you could trick people with?

    Amazon / Via amazon.com, Amazon

    Due to its book design, this lamp is foldable and portable and can be shaped different ways. The book cover is wood and the lamp has three light modes, from warm yellow to soft white. It can stay on for up to 8 hours. When it's closed, it's easy to drop in your bag and take anywhere — or use as home decor! A USB cable is provided for charging and the battery is built in.

    Promising review: "My sister bought this item and I was fascinated by it. I'm a book lover and a voracious reader so it was literally the perfect reading light. Love that I can recharge it with my phone charger and my computer. It is a uniquely useful and cool-looking gift. My twenty-something nieces and nephews loved theirs I gave as gifts (enough said, right there!!!) and we all have a variety of stories about the surprised family and friends who pick it up and expect a book, journal, telephone or address registry, etc. Durable, reliable, useful, especially where there is no outlet for a bedside lamp and for traveling, as well." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $28.

    27. An exquisite Alice in Wonderland-themed keychain. With all the crazy stuff that happens in life, it's a statement that'll always be applicable tbh.

    thependantemporium / Etsy

    This keychain can be used as a pendant or showpiece too! The face is protected with a clear, high-gloss resin.

    Get it from $10.50.

    28. An artsy wall clock that'll ~always~ tell the right time.

    ElenasHome/Etsy

    Fun fact: This clock is made of recycled vinyl records! You can also choose the backlight color for it or decide not to have a backlight at all. The clock requires one AA battery that is not included.

    Get it from ElenasHome on Etsy for $26.95 (available in 5 backlight colors).

    29. A waterproof inflatable book jacket so you can take your favorite book with you to the bath or the beach. Water is not an excuse to put your book down anymore!

    Urban Outfitters

    This jacket will protect from stray drops too.

    Get it from Urban Outfitters for $20.

    30. A pair of antique-style bookends fit for a wizard's library...or a normal Muggle reader.

    Amazon

    These bookends are incredibly textured and detailed. It's designed with a quill pen, ink bottle, oil lamp, and gold-lined books, and is hand-painted.

    Promising review: "These little bookends are awesome. They have so much detail and look great from all sides so you can put them on the shelf in multiple directions. The colors are vibrant, and the weight of them is nice. They are unique and special and a wonderful addition to the book collection. —LauraM

    Get it from Amazon for $39.99.

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