Top Ten Tuesday: Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Bookworms 2019

Posted November 19, 2019 by meezcarrie in Christmas, Top Ten Tuesday / 16 Comments

Happy Tuesday! Today’s theme for Top Ten Tuesday (a linkup hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) is Changes In My Reading Life but I wasn’t really feeling that one this week. The only real change, after all, is that I don’t have time to read as much as I want to anymore – and then I’d wail and y’all would comfort me and it would be a sad post. LOL So I decided to do a list of stocking stuffer ideas for bookworms instead! And of course I did more than 10 (go big or go home!)

Got some bookish friends or family you want to exchange small gifts with this year? Consider this your shopping list! Or… you know.. print this post out & leave it around for whomever is buying for you this year 😉


1. Bookish-Type candles – Novelly Yours, $28.00 for 4, 4-oz jars
2. Book Nerd socks – Out of Print, $12.00
3. Louisa May Alcott Green Tea Blend – Simpson & Vail, $9.75
4. Book Babe vinyl stickers – acbcDesign, $2.00 each


5. Narnia themed soap – Away With Words, $7.95
6. Mary Poppins magnetic bookmark BeyondThePages19, $2.16
7. Wearable Book Light – Amazon, $13.99 (affiliate link used)
Literary Heroines bookmarks – CarrotTopPaperShop, $14.00 for 5


9. Reading Quotes Stickers – PlannerKate, $5.50
10. Book Lover’s Club membership pin – CleverCove, 11.99
11. Bookish Buttons Badges – LiteraryEmporium, $4.05 (set of 4)
12. Love Life Read Books pouch – ClassicBookLovers, $13.50



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13. A Far, Far Better Thing to Do (lit lovers’ activity book) – Amazon, $8.92
14. I’d Rather Be Reading (collection of bookish essays) – Amazon, $8.54
15. Bibliophile 2020 (monthly planner) – Amazon, $19.99
16. What I Read (mini reading journal) – Amazon, $9.00

What about you? Which of these stocking stuffer ideas for bookworms would you most like to own? Which would you most like to give to a bookish friend or family member?

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16 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Bookworms 2019

  1. I have one of those lights! I love it for sewing, but it’s a little bright for actually reading, especially in bed at night. You could land airplanes or perform surgery with that light. LOL

  2. Andrea Stephens

    Great ideas! I have an older version of the Wearable Book Light. Mine has a red light option that isn’t quite as bright. For my other “too bright” booklights, I tape a colored piece of tissue paper to the lamp to tone it down. I’ve even been known to put an empty prescription bottle over the light to give it a nice amber glow.

  3. I love these ideas! This year I’ve been thinking of making bookish gifts — like maybe elastic bookmarks or sewing up some book sleeves.

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