Bookish Gifts for Teens

Sorry that I wasn’t able to get all of these lists out in one week. It’s been a crazy week! (As a side note, I got to perform at the Musical Instrument Museum in Scottsdale, Arizona, so that’s pretty cool.)

Anywho, on to the list! This list is a collection of bookish items for teens. If you would like bookish gift ideas for a different age group, see all of my bookish gift lists here.

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1. My Weekend Is All Booked Mug

I love this phrase! What better way to spend a chilly day than to fill this with a cup of cocoa and grab a good book? This (and other items with this phrase) can be found at LookHuman.


2. Pride and Prejudice T-Shirt from Out of Print

Have I mentioned how much I love this website? Oh, I have? Well, here’s another item from them. This is a pretty Pride and Prejudice t-shirt.


3. Bookworm Necklace

This adorable necklace has a charm of a book and a worm. It pretty much sums me up in one jewelry piece. 🙂 It’s sure to please any book lover out there!

4. Hunger Games Collection of Nail Polish by China Glaze

Isn’t this the neatest idea ever? Hunger Games themed nail polish! There’s one color for each district. It includes fun shades such as Riveting (orange), Dress Me Up (rose), and Fast Track (glittery beige).

5. Book earrings

I found these fun earrings on Etsy. This particular pair has a pinkish version of the book Emma by Jane Austen. I’m sure you could easily find other variations on Etsy as well!

6. Book Washi Tape

This washi tape would be a cute way to decorate a planner, journal, scrapbook, and so much more!


I’m a big fan of this beautiful watercolor-style bookmark from Etsy. This one says “Just One More Chapter”, but Etsy has a lot of great bookmark options!

8. Harry Potter Coloring Book

There are some pretty great adult coloring books out there. This is one of my favorite book themed ones – it’s a Harry Potter one! You can also get Harry Potter coloring books devoted to just magical creatures, places and characters, or magic artifacts.

9. Book Scarf

I think this scarf is more fashionable than warm, but either way, it’s another great addition to a bookworm’s accessory collection. (If this is too “girly” for your particular teenager, you can also find a Harry Potter house scarf as an alternative.)

10. Pouf Ottoman

This pouf would provide a fun/comfy place to read. Plus, it comes in a wide variety of colors, so you can find one to perfectly match their existing decor.

That’s the list! What do you think?

❤ Annette

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