Enamel pins are all the rage right now, and we can see why. You can pop them on your jacket, handbag, headband, jeans—anywhere! Get your wallets ready, readers. You’ll definitely want to scoop up some of these great literary pins.
This pin is about the most massively adorable thing an interstellar reader can have.
This Slaughterhouse Five pin is exactly what you need to complete your all-black ensemble.
Having fun isn’t hard when you’ve got a pin of your library card.
Scared of needles? This pin gives you a classic tattoo look without any of the pain.
So you never forget the old brag of your heart.
Forget worms, your hoard of books means you’re a book dragon.
Now you can keep Gatsby’s green light close.
This pin says it all: I like cats, I like books, I like to be left alone.
This lovely pin serves as a reminder of each and every book that has given you feels.
A lie if we ever heard one.
Put down the phone, pick up the book.
You’ll never leave the house unarmed with this pin.
Immediately unfriend anyone who doesn’t recall this perfect cinematic moment from To Kill a Mockingbird.
You’ll only have your shelf to blame if you miss out on this excellent library set.
If you’re looking to subtly reference your favorite fandom, this is the pin for you.
Books and tea. Is there anything more relaxing?
Who wouldn’t want this contented reader with them all day?
And we know you cannot lie.
As if there was ever any doubt.
The rules were made to be broken after all.
Sometimes simple is best.
Actual typewriters are expensive. This pin makes a cute substitute.
Can’t stop, won’t stop.
We’re loving this elegant tribute to bookworms.
That perfect smirk reminds us of why Coraline is one of our favorite literary heroines.
You’d have to be crazy to not want this Stephen King pin.
Let Aslan’s words give you courage whenever you need it.
This pin’s for you, Glen Coco! You go, Glen Coco! And no pins or comics for Gretchen Weiners. Bye.
Fans of the Bard, you’ll definitely want this clever reference to a quote from Lady Macbeth: “Look like th’ innocent flower, but be the serpent under ‘t.”