Perfect gifts for book lovers; beautiful prints, clothing and jewellery that celebrate favourite books

Literature lovers are a very special breed. For them, a poster of a quote from their favourite book will generate just as much excitement as an expensive perfume. They're also the kind to instantly recognise a fictional sign, symbol or phrase from a novel with no explanation, whether it's a black dog at the bottom of a cup (Harry Potter) to the quote "double plus good" (Nineteen Eighty-Four).

Which is why we've created a gift guide for all of you fiction aficionados out there. From beautiful posters to unusual accessories and clothing, here's 21 wonderful things one can buy for all book worms.

  • Let Petit Prince

    Handmade necklace featuring a book-shaped pendant of Le Petit Prince


  • The Great Gatsby book necklace

    Handmade necklace featuring a book-shaped pendant of The Great Gatsby


  • Lolita book necklace

    Handmade necklace featuring a book-shaped pendant of Lolita


  • 'Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone' print

    J.K. Rowling's first book printed on one sheet of paper.

    £39.99 (unframed), £220 (framed),

  • 'The BFG' T shirt

    A hand-printed tee featuring Quentin Blake's classic 1982 cover illustration of The BFG by Roald Dahl.


  • 'Snow White' book sculpture print

    The classic German tale is brought to life in this limited edition print signed by paper artist Su Blackwell. There are only 50 prints available and it comes with a signed certificate of authentification.


  • 'Nineteen Eighty-Four' necklace

    Newspeak from Orwell's classic dystopian novel spelled out in a solid brass and 14ct gold plated necklace.


  • 'The Little Prince' scarf

    A 100% wool scarf with embroidery of French writer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's most famous character.


  • 'Peter Pan' print

    The classic tale by J. M. Barrie of the boy who can never grow up in poster form. 

    £39.99 (unframed), £220 (framed),

  • 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' cushion

    Add sparkle to a bedroom with this golden ticket pillow.


  • 'Wuthering Heights' poster

    Hang Emily Brontë's famous quote on your wall with this illustrated artwork.


  • 'Gone with the Wind' poster

    One of the most iconic quotes in literature, put simply on a stylish print.


  • 'Harry Potter' cup

    When Harry sees a black dog in his tea cup, Professor Trelawney identifies it as the Grim, but all Harry Potter fans will recognise the true meaning behind this mug.


  • 'Life of Pi' print

    Author Yann Martel has personally signed 100 of these prints of his acclaimed novel.

    £54.99 (unframed), £230 (framed),

  • 'To Kill a Mockingbird' Christmas bauble

    A clear glass ornament filled with hand-cut and curled vintage book paper strips of the classic novel by Harper Lee.


  • 'War of the Worlds' book ends

    A scene from H. G. Wells' science fiction novel re-imagined in solid steel book ends.


  • 'Pride and Prejudice' print

    A poster is composed entirely from the body text of Austen's classic novel drawing out Elizabeth Bennet and Mr Darcy in the negative space.


  • 'Matilda' tote bag

    A stylish and practical tote bag featuring an illustration from Roald Dahl's Matilda.


  • 'Alice in Wonderland' necklace

    Follow Alice and the tardy white rabbit down the hole with this 14ct gold plated brass necklace.


  • 'Jack And The Beanstalk' bookends

    The classic children's story captured in a metal bookends.


  • 'Animal Farm' print

    George Orwell's allegorical retelling of the history of Soviet Russia - considered one of the great books of the twentieth century - condensed into one sheet of paper.

    £34.99 (unframed), £120 (framed),

  • 'The Little Red Riding Hood' book ends

    The classic children's tale can now sit on your mantelpiece alongside your books.


  • Literary map of Britain

    This poster features 188 writers according to where they come from in the UK.


  • 'This Side of Paradise' print

    F. Scott Fitzgerald famously captured the atmosphere of the roaring twenties, even in his debut novel which this print celebrates.


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