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24 Holiday Gift Ideas for
Book-Crazy Teens

by Dena McMurdie

Illustration: Penelope Dullaghan

Book lovers are among the easiest breed of teenager to shop for. New additions to their bookshelves will instantly elevate you to superhero status, but you’ll get bonus points for boxed sets, anticipated titles, and items they can use or display.

Whether you’re looking for gifts for the voracious bookworm or the casual page-turner, these books and bookish items are guaranteed reader-pleasers this holiday season.

  • The Outsiders T-Shirt

    You don’t just read The Outsiders, you experience it. And if you’re going to properly experience the book, you need the shirt to go with it. Pair this with the 50th Anniversary Edition of the book for a meaningful gift for long-time enthusiasts and new readers alike. (Women’s version available here.)

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  • Banned Books Heat Reactive Mug

    Celebrate your right to read every time you use this stylish and fun Banned Books mug. Printed with the names of dozens of banned books, it makes a great stocking stuffer and is sure to elicit a smile.

  • Bookworm Fashion Must-Haves

  • When in Doubt, Go to the Library T-Shirt

    Since libraries and bookworms go hand in hand, there’s a 100% chance your favorite bookworm will dig this adorable t-shirt sporting Hermione Granger’s famous quote. (Men’s version available here.)

  • 1984 Tote Bag

    George Orwell’s dystopian classic makes a deep impression on its readers and has experienced a revival in popularity recently. This trendy tote is a fitting gift for politically-minded and science-fiction loving teens.

  • Pride and Prejudice Lightweight Scarf

    This gorgeous, lightweight scarf is perfect for devotees of the classic novel by Jane Austen. Pretty and stylish, this scarf can dress up any Austen fanatic’s outfit.

  • Library Card Socks

    Whether your teen needs some novelty socks to show off on their bookstagram feed or they simply want to warm their feet, these library card socks are ideal for both.

For more great holiday gift ideas, head on over to Out of Print!

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