5 Amazing Out of Print Tote Bags With Classic Book Prints

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We love how Out of Print makes our love of books give back in a noble way. The brand with a heart features classic books on different merchandise, such as clothes, mugs, and tote bags.

For every purchase of their items, Out of Print donates a book item to a community in need. Now, isn’t that a real bargain?

You can check these Out of Print tote bags available on Amazon. They feature an impressive collection, from charming storybooks to dark novellas. Enjoy! And give somebody a book today!

1. Bookshelf Bandit Tote in Jane, $17.99

We saw Jane Eyre grow up with a bullying family in Gateshead, suffer cold and hunger in Lowood School, and finally find love in the moody Mr. Rochester of Thornfield Hall.

Out of Print Bookshelf Bandit Tote in Jane

Relive the verses of this poignant novel with this canvas tote featuring a vintage cover print of Charlotte Brontë’s most loved book.

2. Bookshelf Bandit Tote in Anthony, $17.99

We may never listen to Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony in the same way again, especially after Anthony Burgess’ dystopian novella, A Clockwork Orange.

Out of Print Bookshelf Bandit Tote in Anthony

And while it is most disturbing, it also prompts reflections on man’s nature, his tendency toward violence, and the fragility of free will. Fortunately, this tote looks eons more cheerful than the classic but dark novel.

3. Bookshelf Bandit Tote in Alice, $17.99

Cakes and drinks that change your size, playing croquet with a crazy queen, and talking cats — these are just some of the charming aspects of the world that Alice dropped into.

Out of Print Bookshelf Bandit Tote in Alice

Have Wonderland with you wherever you go through this canvas tote that features a gorgeous illustration of the famous Mad Hatter tea party by the book’s author himself, Lewis Carroll.

4. Bookshelf Bandit Tote in Scott, $17.99

This bright blue cover is the original cover art of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s most popular book.

Made by artist Francis Cugat, it reportedly impressed the author and inspired him to write the novel; it can be considered a description of Daisy Buchanan.

Out of Print Bookshelf Bandit Tote in Scott

Immerse yourself into epic parties and the dark side of wealth during the Roaring Twenties with this very popular canvas tote.

5. Bookshelf Bandit Tote in Caterpillar, $17.99

The much-loved children’s book by Eric Carle, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, is about a very famished but very cute caterpillar that eats different kinds of food before turning into a beautiful butterfly.

Out of Print Bookshelf Bandit Tote in Caterpillar

The bag has the caterpillar (illustration by Carle) on the front with the fruits at the back!

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