Browse the hottest selection of book merchandise for this holiday season

By Nuzhat Naoreen
Updated November 23, 2012 at 05:00 AM EST

1. Dress up your coffee table with the Hollywood Sketchbook, a 100-year history of cinematic costume design that includes never-before-seen illustrations and profiles of influential wardrobe designers. (; $45)

2. Up to six users can create password-protected profiles on a single Nook HD. So rest assured: No one will ever know if your tastes are more Fifty Shades of Grey than The Picture of Dorian Gray. (; $199)

3. The Onion Book of Known Knowledge compiles ”facts” on everything from war (the ”first resort in conflict resolution”) to Jane Goodall (the ”British primatologist who probably let a couple of chimps get to second base”). (; $16.66)

4. With more than 700 photos and commentary from writers, directors, and stars, The Book of Mormon: The Testament of a Broadway Musical is the perfect companion for fans of the show. (; $34.95)

5. Make your travels more suspenseful with the audio edition of Gone Girl, Gillian Flynn’s engrossing novel about the mysterious disappearance of a married woman. Just don’t blame us if you miss your exit. (; $28.95)

6. Amazon’s first illuminated e-reader, the Kindle Paperwhite, boasts sharper text resolution and an eight-week battery life, so you can keep reading long after lights-out. (; $119 for tablet, $39.99 for case)

7. For an innovative twist on traditional storytelling, pick up Building Stories, a graphic-novel-in-a-box about the residents of a Chicago apartment complex that unfolds as you piece together the different elements. (; $35)

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