15 Bookish Stocking Stuffers For Readers Who Already Own WAY Too Many Books
Searching for a small, but meaningful, gift for someone on your holiday list? I've picked out 15 of the best literary stocking stuffers money can buy for the list below, so check them out before you do any more holiday shopping.
Thanks to websites like Out of Print Clothing and Etsy, it's easier now than ever to find merchandise inspired by your favorite works of literature. That's especially true if you love 19th-century women writers, such as Jane Austen and Charlotte Brontë, or fan-favorite children's classics, such as The Little Prince and Where the Wild Things Are. There's no shortage of literary stocking stuffers to be found online.
No matter if you're shopping for yourself or someone else, there is bound to be a gift or two on the list below that you can fall in love with. From candles to coasters, card games to office supplies, I've got you and your holiday gift recipients covered.
Check out the 15 literary stocking stuffers I've selected for you below, and be sure to explore the websites listed to find more book-nerdy gifts you can use to tell someone how much they mean to you:
1. Custom Embosser
2. Mini Book Lovers' Soy Candle
This tiny candle tin makes the perfect stocking stuffer for any book lover. Choose from a variety of bookish scents, including Christmas at the Burrow, Sassenach, and Oxford Library.
3. Banned Book Socks
4. Rosie the Reader Pouch
5. Penguin Minis 'Looking for Alaska' by John Green
6. itty bittys® Harry Potter™ Hermione Granger™ Stuffed Animal
Measuring just four inches high, this tiny Hermione Granger plushie will surprise and delight anyone who finds it in their stocking.
7. Jane Austen Books Coaster Set
8. Babar's Yoga for Elephants Pouch
9. Great Shakespeare Deaths Card Game
10. Rory's Story Cubes
11. Wrote a Note Sticky Notes
12. 'Little Women' Enamel Pin
13. Well Read Woman Pocket Mirror
14. Harry Potter Lightning Bolt Paperclips in Glass Jar
Brighten up your friend's office space with this set of 30 paperclips shaped like Harry's lightning bolt scar.