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.
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?