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Book Fetish: Volume 471

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Tirzah Price

Senior Contributing Editor

Most of Tirzah Price's life decisions have been motivated by a desire to read as many books as humanly possible. Tirzah holds an MFA in Writing for Children & Young Adults from Vermont College of Fine Arts, and has worked as an independent bookseller and librarian. She’s also the author of the Jane Austen Murder Mysteries, published by HarperTeen, and Bibliologist at TBR: Tailored Book Recommendations. Follow her on Twitter @TirzahPrice.


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Welcome to Book Fetish: Volume 471, your weekly round up of bookish clothing, art, accessories, reading tools, and more from around the web!

grey long sleeved pj set depicting Miles Morales as Spider-Man

Miles Morales Pajamas ($50): Get your Spider-Man loving kiddo these fun and comfy PJs!

a sheet of stickers depicting cartoon animals reading

Reading Pipstickers ($3): How cute are these adorable reading characters? Perfect for back to school season!

Photo of woman wearing a black sweatshirt with line drawings of skulls, books, flowers, and other imagery associated with the subgenre of dark academia.

Dark Academia Sweatshirt ($25): Ahem, speaking of back to school season…here is the perfect dark academia vibes addition to your wardrobe!

A set of black and gold bookmarks stylized to look like tarot cards

Tarot Bookmark Set ($11): These gorgeous gold foil bookmarks are just the thing for all your dark, creepy fall reads!

A clear sticker that depicts beautiful antique book spines and reads "Read Books and Dismantle Systems of Oppression"

Feminist Reading Sticker ($4): Read books and dismantle systems of oppression — sounds like our motto!