Bright Ideas for Book Lovers
Who says literary jewelry has tobe high-brow? The Marvel Comic Book Bracelet turns mini-comic charms into high fashion. Available at sweettreatsjewelry.com.
A LEG UP
The design on these Bookworm Unisex Socks is woven right into the fabric. Available at alwaysfits.com.
Archie McPhee’s latex-free Jane Austen Bandages turn “owies“ into teachable moments—and come with a free prize inside!Available at mcphee.com.
The Shakespeare Brass Cuff Bracelet features famous quotes from the legendary playwright. Available at alwaysfits.com.
The Banned Book Bracelet by Carolyn Forsman is a true conversation piece. Available at loc.gov/shop.
Shoes of Note flats turn those dreaded composition notebooks from junior high into an adult fashion statement. Available at modcloth.com.
Luciana Frigerio transforms hardcovers into Folded Book sculptural works of art. Available at lucianapaper.com.
The Fully Booked Tent can accommodate two campers and is built to withstand Tempest conditions. Available at fieldcandy.com.
O TRUE APOTHECARY!
The Shakespeare Pill Box by Unemployed Philosophers Guild features one of the Bard’s better quips about the medical profession. Available at philosophersguild.com.
The New York Public Library marble Lion Bookends celebrate one of the literary world’s most iconic Beaux Art works of art. Available at nytstore.com.
COVER TO COVER
Heather Alston designed these metal Fairy Tale Bookends, which feature hand-cut silhouettes of a prince, princess and castle. Available at notonthehighstreet.com.
ALL KEYED UP
Laptops may have replaced trusty Smith-Coronas, but their spirit lives on in the Typewriter Satchel. Available at theliterarygiftcompany.com.