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Give all of your Stephen King books, self-help books on alcoholism and writer's block, or even horror movies on the shelf some pleasant company when you keep them upright with this cool new and quite terrifying The Shining Bookend ... Continue
A reproduction of Benjamin Franklin's original design for a comfortable wooden chair that transforms into a handy stepladder with ease.
Want to disappear for awhile and sneak in a quick nap, work on your laptop in private, stare at your phone in peace, or just take a sensory break from the world for a bit? Then slip into this ... Continue
When you need your personal space to have some actual privacy, simply unfold this compact, personal pop-up partition screen.
The luxury version poor Mr. Boddy would have put on display in his stately Tudor Mansion before he was murdered by someone with something... but who and with what?
Want to live like a super villain or at least relax like one? Then set your malevolent self down upon this utterly cool new Scorpion Chair.
A convenient rolling utility cart with three shelves that collapses down to only 8 inches wide when not in use.
This colorful three-dimensional spinning globe is made from cork and includes five red pushpins to mark spots on the Earth that you've journeyed to or use them to pin pictures, tickets, mementos, treasure maps, or anything you desire.
This funny red tongue-shaped bookmark for paper-based books has a rounded side like a real tongue and a cutout V-shaped notch on the other like a traditional bookmark, but it could also double as a serpent's forked tongue depending ... Continue
This innovative wooden book storage system lets you hang up to 12 books along the wall using waxed cotton strings that double as bookmarks.
Wallpaper depicts over 570 old, leather-bound books on bookshelves that will help transform the walls of a simple, boring room into that of a cozy reading den or library.
When you go from sprout to sapling to tree to paper to book, you can bring the reading experience full circle when you save your place in your novel using these little green plant sprout bookmarks.
These fun bookends make it seem like an archer has sunk an arrow clean through your books, obviously causing blood to flow from the paper wound, but actually they're just an optical illusion using magnets and hidden brackets.
They may look like dusty old leather tomes filled with interesting instructional witchcraft, disgusting potion recipes, and disturbing incantations to raise some serious Hell, but they're actually hollow to stash away whatever you may need to secretly stash.
At first glance, it's just a lovely portrait of kindly old Eleanor Twitty... until you get too close or scream, GET HER!.
Feeling a bit strange, unusual, or possibly even dead? Then you need to contract the services of the afterlife's leading bio-exorcist, draw a door, and attempt to understand the Handbook for the Recently Deceased from the Handbook for the ... Continue
As you curl up to read your next unscented digital ebook, now you can pretend it's still a musty old paper book from darker, uncivilized times when you spritz on this cool new Demeter Paperback Cologne Spray.
They may look like rare occult books full of potion recipes, incantations, and terrifying tales of the supernatural, but they secretly open up to reveal a hidden vault to stash your stuff.
Bookends that look exactly like a test subject going through a portal on one side and out the portal on the other.
Velma and Evander may look like innocent stone busts, but when they sense a presence, they come to life with glowing red eyes and move their heads and mouths while they carry on four different conversations with one another.
A massive 372 page in-depth account and tribute to the production of one of the greatest movies ever made, packed with previously unpublished interviews, photos, artwork, production mementos and much more!
It may look as if two magic floating arrows are holding the books up, but there's actually a metal holder hidden in the last book cover and a magnet inside the arrow. If anything, your lonely books will finally ... Continue
Abraham Lincoln not only saved the Union, and freed millions of slaves, he also battled the ultimate creatures of the night, vampires!
Funny metal bookend gives the illusion that the books are falling on a poor little man about to be crushed.

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