I’ve written before how word games and puzzles are two ways that my family chooses to bond. Puzzles, too, are a great way to spend time when you’re listening to audiobooks and need something to do with your hands. Unfortunately for me, since I have a lot of curious animals, puzzles aren’t easy to do in my home (it turns into 500-piece pick-up). That doesn’t mean I don’t find myself drooling over great puzzles I’d like to do or that would make great gifts for my family. And, naturally, so many of the puzzles I adore happen to be book puzzles.
Let’s take a gander at a pile of awesome book puzzles out there that you can add to your own collections, wish lists, or plan to gift to other book lovers in your life.
Take a trip to France with this Parisian bookshop puzzle. $16.
Go around the world in books in this bright puzzle. $31.
For all of the comics lovers, you’ll want this comics puzzle. $18.
Mysterious and horror vibes exude from this mystic bookshelf puzzle. $18.
Blast off with a Star Wars puzzle. $13.
Remember Where’s Waldo? You’ll be searching for him as you piece this puzzle together. $13.
Commemorate an important day with a customizable New York Times front page newspaper puzzle. $50.
Put together a beautiful stack of books. $17.
This is my bookish dream home, honestly. $15.
This is one beautiful, bustling bookshop. $17.
I believe this is a puzzle from inside The Last Bookstore in Los Angeles. $20.
Step into a lush fantasy world with this dreamy puzzle. $32.
Is this not your dream reading space? $18.
Dig into these vintage Betty Crocker cookbooks. $18.
Get your mystery on with this Hardy Boys puzzle. $16.
Or perhaps you prefer a Nancy Drew puzzle. $16.
For all of the book lovers who are also cat lovers. Meet Marmaduke. $16.
Get your imagination on in this library. $18.
A long, tall Wonder Woman puzzle for superhero fans. $16.
If you can’t visit the famous Lello Bookstore in person, why not do a puzzle? $16.
Or take a trip to a Baroque Library. $16.
Wander through the stacks of the Florian Monastery library. $16.
Imagine if all of the children’s books came alive at night after the library closed. $16.
Show your Hogwarts pride with this house crest puzzle. $15.
Put together some vintage tomes. $18.
The perfect Edgar Allan Poe puzzle. $16.
Put together a bright and fun ideal bookshelf. $17.
Last, but not least, a beautiful, diverse book club puzzle. $17.