The Star Wars Gift Guide for Book Lovers

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The <i>Star Wars</i> Gift Guide for Book Lovers

From a Rogue One prequel novel to an R2-D2 lamp, we’ve rounded up eight gifts that are perfect for the Star Wars fan who loves to read. And they’re all just a click away, so you won’t have to make the Kessel Run in 12 parsecs to score these presents

For more gift ideas for book lovers, check out our general lists with presents under $20 and over $20.

William Shakespeare's Star Wars Royal Imperial Boxed Set

Modern bard Ian Doescher transformed the original Star Wars trilogy into Shakespearean plays—and all in iambic pentameter, no less. The Royal Imperial Boxed Set collects the three genius volumes (Verily, A New Hope; The Empire Striketh Back;The Jedi Doth Return) and includes a gorgeous poster illustrated by Nicolas Delort. Trust us, the Star Wars fan/literary buff in your life will love this. (Amazon: $29.99)

Droid Lamp

Readers need good lighting while they devour their favorite books, and these droid-inspired lamps will do the trick. Available in R2-D2 and BB-8 designs, both lamps are a charming addition to a reading nook. (ThinkGeek: $49.99 to $59.99)

Star Wars: Complete Locations

DK published this captivating book back in September, and we're still fascinated by its 50 intricate cross-sections. From the Mustafar duel to Rey's home in the fallen AT-AT, the book highlights iconic events and locations from Episodes I through VII. (Amazon: $24.89)

Droid and Death Star USB Wall Chargers

These little guys are great, because they turn one wall outlet into two USB charging slots. So for the friend who's always charging their phone and their e-reader, this is lifesaver. The USB chargers are available in R2-D2, BB-8, and Death Star models. (ThinkGeek: $29.99, but they're currently on sale for as low as $9.99)

Star Wars: Catalyst

The prequel to the upcoming Rogue One film, Star Wars: Catalyst follows scientists Galen and Lyra Erso (aka Jyn "I Rebel" Erso's parents) as they research new energy technology. And let's just say that the Republic wants to acquire this tech for a certain moon-sized superweapon. This is a great read for both people who love Star Wars literature and people who have never read a Star Wars novel before. (Amazon: $17.39)

LEGO Star Wars: Small Scenes from a Big Galaxy

Vesa Lehtimäki first photographed some of his son's LEGO snowtroopers in the snow in 2009, later uploading the shots to Flickr. His photos quickly gained a devoted following, and the creators of The LEGO Movie even consulted him while they designed the "look" of the film. Small Scenes from a Big Galaxy collects his best images, boasting dozens of charming tableaus that will delight kids and adults alike. (Amazon: $17.49)

Star Wars Zipper Pouch

These bags are the perfect size to store a collection of reading accessories (think highlighters, bookmarks, earbuds), and they come in a variety of designs. Choose from prints featuring BB-8, stormtroopers, X-wings, and more. (Loungefly: $9)

Ultimate Star Wars

Paste has loved this visual encyclopedia masterpiece ever since it was released last year. Exploring content from Episodes I through VI and two TV shows (Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels), the book features 300+ pages of gorgeous photos and engaging commentary. Expect Star Wars fans of all ages to spend hours poring through this tome. (Amazon: $26.49)