Book Fetish

Book Fetish: Volume 472

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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 472, your weekly round up of bookish clothing, art, accessories, reading tools, and more from around the web!

a collection of five pink, white, and navy blue bookmarks with spooky season and ghost motifs

Spooky Season Bookmark Set ($10+): These cute and spooky bookmarks are perfect for whatever you’re in the mood to read this fall!

A sticker depicting a cheetah in pink glasses reading a book that is decorated with blue, pink, and white squiggles.

Reading Cheetah Sticker ($4): This sticker has Lisa Frank, but grown up and into books vibes.

Mint green metal bookend in the shape of a tea kettle that reads "Kitchen Library, Est. 2015." The text is customizable.

Kitchen Tea Kettle Book End ($29): This attractive tea kettle book end will keep your cookbooks in line, and look amazing, too!

an acrylic keychain depicting flowers, an open book, and a banner that reads "bibliophile"

Bibliophile Acrylic Keychain ($9): The perfect keychain to keep track of your keys and your library card keychain!

An enamel pin depicting a brown hand holding an open book stylized as a flower, with pink butterflies

Flower Open Book Enamel Pin ($5+): This is just lovely and bookish—need I say more?