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6 Cool Finds for Book Lovers

Your budding bookworm will go crazy for these accessories.


Keep your child’s books organized with these Acrylic Alphabet Bookends. The set includes two transparent (and super trendy) bookends that would look perfect on a dresser or shelf.


Download the Epic! app to gain access to more than 40,000 popular children’s books. The platform was designed for kids age 12 and under and has options for a free subscription, which allows you to read one book per day, or a paid version that offers unlimited reading.

$30 per month,

Get books delivered straight to your doorstep with the OwlCrate Jr. Monthly Subscription Box. Designed for readers ages eight to 12, each box contains a newly published hardcover novel, a letter and signed bookplate from the author, plus an activity, game, or additional book.


Sew this cozy Reading Pillow by following a beginner-friendly pattern on the Polkadot Chair blog. The free tutorial is ideal for kids who are learning stitching skills. Once complete, your little reader can stash their books in the pillow’s pocket.


Bedtime stories just got even better. If you’ve got a kid that’s totally obsessed with a book character, these Books to Bed Pajama Sets will be a hit. The cozy PJs come in a variety of prints featuring characters from classics like Steam Train, Dream Train; Eloise; and Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site.


Got a late night reader? Make sure they’re not straining their eyes by providing them with a book light. The lightweight Owl LED Disc Light clips on to books and has a flexible neck so your kid can adjust it as needed.

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