20 Literary Gifts for Teachers

Looking for a holiday or end-of-the-school-year treat for the teacher in your life? Here’s a round-up of some of the best literary gifts for teachers. All of these gifts clock in under $20, and they’ll make an excellent thank you/thinking of you present any time of the year. Perfect for teachers of any kind in your life or in the lives of your kids.

Great Literary Gifts For Teachers

Once you’ve perused the items below, take a peek at these perfect mugs for book lovers, as well as these excellent tote bags for readers, to find even more literary gifts for teachers.



Shakespeare Pencil Set, $4.08. Perfect for jotting down those notes.



Hedgehog Book Plates (set of 10), $8.50. For keeping track of classroom books, of course.



Book Stack Lapel Pin, $18. A staple to any teacher wardrobe.



Bronte Sister #SquadGoals Mug, $16. Because these sisters are rockstars, and seeing them everyday is a nice reminder to keep on keeping on.



Book Scarf, $16.50. Classy and fashion-forward.



Book Lover Coaster Set, $20. Fun library due date cards of classic reads.



Popular Punctuation Print, $10. For the grammatically-fascinated.



Reading Octopus Magnets, $12. Too damn cute!



Book Lover Enamel Pin, $9. It’s simple and to-the-point.



Old Books Soy Candle, $11. Maybe burning a candle in the classroom isn’t okay, but having this one open to smell between classes might be nice stress relief.



Read More Books Print, $8.10 and up. Nice classroom library art.



Book Art Apple, $17.01. Give the teacher a more permanent apple for their desk.



Shakespeare Tea Set, $10.20 and up. Delicious, delicious caffeine. The Bard would approve.



Book Lover Magnet Set, $13. Jazz up a desk or storage cabinet.



If You Can Read This, Please Bring Me A Book Socks, $15.  This needs no explanation!



Six Literary Bookmarks, $5. Pretty, thought-provoking, and useful.



Vintage Teacher With Books Necklace, $12.  Imagine this with the collar clips up above.



Book Lover Ceramic Travel Mug, $15 and up. Because being a book lover is always in style.



Bibliophile Tote Bag, $16. For hauling all of those books and papers.



Book Nerd Throw Pillow, $25 (a few bucks over $20, but worth it!). Imagine how great this would look in a classroom reading nook?

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