Spineless Classics one-page book posters (from £20)
If the book lover in your life already has a favourite book, what's the point in buying them another? Instead, buy them the same book, but all on one page. On a poster. For their wall.
Tastefully designed with subtle shapes to suit - such as a Paddington Bear outline - Spineless Classics specialises in one-page prints of classic novels - from Nineteen Eighty Four to Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. If you really care, you'll opt for a frame, too.
Nkuku Dayla Bookmark (£6)
Since the dawn of the printing press, the question of how to keep one's place in a book has befuddled scholars and fans of trashy novels alike.
Enter: the mighty bookmark! Or, in this case, a dinky antique brass bookmark shaped like a pair of glasses, a pair of scissors or a tag. Cute – and probably far classier than your racy holiday read.
Leitmotiv Bookshade Wall Lamp (£55)
This handy wall lamp does double duty as both a bookmark and a stylish design feature: pop your page-turner on top of the wedge and it'll helpfully mark your place, as well as looking like a little house.
Better yet, it instantly slashes your lampshade expenditure.
Kikkerland Bedside Pocket Felt Caddy (€20)
Forever forgetting where you last left your paperback? Put an end to misplacement misery with this clever caddy: slot it into the side of your sofa or bed and it'll cradle your treasured tomes in felted comfort.
Come morning, you'll be able to reach for that book with certainty – unless someone's replaced it with the TV remote.
The Writer's Map (£30)
From Middle Earth to the Marauder's Map, the humble map has long had a central place in literature – but never has it been so easy or enjoyable to navigate its ways as with this beautiful cartographic collection.
Packed with accounts from famous authors (as well as unseen sketches, illustrations and stories), it charts a fascinating path through the world of the make-believe map, uncovering the tales behind an atlas-full of lands, from Atlantis to Westeros – no GPS necessary.