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Gifts for bookish teenagers

From beautiful bookish accessories to this year’s hottest young adult reads, perfect Christmas gifts for bookish teenagers.

A bookish tote bagI like big books tote bags


Every book lover needs a tote bag.

Asking For It by Louise O’Neill

Asking For It


Does it matter if you can’t remember? A novel about betrayal and consent, truth and denial, in the age of the smartphone.


A book necklace

Book Necklace

Not On The High Street

The true bibliophile doesn’t just wear their love on their sleeve, they wear it around their neck as well!

The Daughter of Smoke and Bone series 

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On the one hand, Karou’s a seventeen-year-old art student in Prague; on the other, errand-girl to a monstrous creature who is the closest thing she has to family.In general, Karou has managed to keep her two lives in balance. Until now.  

A spineless classic

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Spineless Classics

Perfect for Potterheads! A bold art print on which, up close, you can read the whole of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.

For Holly by Tanya Byrne

For Holly


Critically acclaimed author Tanya Byrne returns with her new novel – a gripping story of betrayal and deceit.

A Jane Eyre necklace

Jane Eyre Birdcage Necklace

Not On The Highstreet

A beautiful birdcage charm necklace presented on a print featuring a quote from Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre.


My Heart and Other Black Holes by Jasmine Warga
My Heart and Other Black Holes


A brilliant and heartbreaking new novel for anyone who’s cried their eyes out to The Fault in Our Stars and or stayed up all night reading Eleanor & Park. My Heart and Other Black Holes is about two strangers who want to die… and, in meeting each other, learn how to live.


A personal library kit

Personal Library Kit


This kit allows bibliophiles to keep track of their personal collections with methods proven by history’s great libraries.

Mosquitoland by David Arnold



When her parents unexpectedly divorce, Mim Malone is dragged from her beloved home in Ohio to the ‘wastelands’ of Mississippi, where she lives in a haze of medication with her dad and new (almost certainly evil) stepmom. But when Mim learns her real mother is ill back home, she escapes her new life and embarks on a rescue mission aboard a Greyhound bus…