83+ Book Puns That Your Heart Will Love to Read

Books are an excellent source of knowledge, information, and inspiration. They can change your life for the better.

The books that we read can make all the difference in our lives. They provide knowledge about anything and everything under the sun and can help us achieve success by providing us with tips on how to become more productive or how to better manage our time.

If you’re ready for a good laugh, here we’ve discovered some of the best and most hilarious Book puns you’ll love. So scroll down and see what we’ve got you covered.

Book Puns

1. I like big books and I cannot lie.

2. Are you paying attention? You seem a bit checked out.

3. These books blue us away (for a display of blue book covers).

4. Ain’t no bookshelf wide enough.

5. All booked up and nowhere to go.

6. Waldo goes to India and finds himself.

7. You have great shelf-awareness.

8. A spooky author is a ghostwriter.

9. I’m not able to read you.

10. This book took the words out of my mouth.

11. When I think about books, I touch my shelf.

12. I never met a book I didn’t like.

13. When a librarian goes fishing, they take book worms.

14. The book about Mount Everest had quite a cliff hanger.

15. Take a page out of my book and leaf.

16. Libraries are good for circulation.

17. This weekend is going to be LITerary.

18. What does one library book say to the other? “Can I take you out?”

19. You can book-mark my words.

20. Do you like the book you’re reading? It has prose and cons.

21. Charlotte Brontë is such a breath of fresh Eyre.

22. Libraries make shhh happen.

23. The (reference) book stops here!

24. I don’t give a book.

25. What did Mr. Darcy say to Elizabeth? “I had a will of iron until you Bennet it.”

26. Readers do it by the book.

27. You’re nothing but a Wilde thing.

28. Librarians work behind prosed doors.

29. Better read than dead.

30. Sorry I can’t hang out. My weekend is fully booked.

31. Leave poetry to the prose.

32. After school, I go directly to tale.

33. I started walking around without any shoes, and it sort of became a Hobbit.

34. This story leaves a plot to be desired.

35. Tale male is another name for media mail.

36. Don’t make me fine you.

37. I’m all booked with books.

38. What Dewey want to do?

39. Have you read the book on teleportation? It’ll definitely take you somewhere.

40. These book puns have tickled your spine.

41. When I read, I feel free as a word.

42. Little books try harder.

43. Why did the kid always sit in his wardrobe when reading a book? Narnia business!

44. Reading this book is a write of passage.

45. The book about mountains ended with a cliffhanger.

46. A good book really hits the plot.

47. It’s a story, story night.

48. A good book hits the plot.

49. The student was an aggressive learner. He hit the books.

50. I wanted to visit the world’s biggest library but it was overbooked.

51. That book about Mt. Everest had quite the cliff-hanger.

52. What’s a comedian’s favorite book? The Pun Also Rises.

53. The period told the sentence, “We better stop now.”

54. I’m with a real page-turner.

55. Brontë? What a breath of fresh Eyre.

56. Only spreading good scribes around here.

57. Why did the dog run after the book? He was chasing his tale.

58. You Gatsby kidding me.

59. Treat yo shelves.

60. Talk wordy to me.

61. Library cards help you get more bang for your book.

62. Books provide food for plot.

63. Check your shelf before you wreck your shelf.

64. Learn how to love your-shelf.

65. Was it something I read?

66. Book on tape? Crank up the volume.

67. I’ve spent all day reading—it was bound to happen.

68. Forever Jung.

69. My weekend is fully booked.

70. What do you call 2,000 mockingbirds? Two kilo mockingbird.

71. Not all books are created sequel.

72. Check out the latest edition to my collection.

73. What’s in bookstore for me today?

74. I want you to open up to me.

75. This was a book well spent.

76. I started reading a book about mazes—I got lost in it.

77. Book me with your best plot.

78. I read a book about black holes, and it really drew me in.

79. I’m a read demon.

80. A book about anti-gravity is impossible to put down.

81. Reading is a novel idea.

82. I’ve got your book.

83. A book fell on my head. I can only blame my shelf.

84. The shelf is stacked against you.

85. I’m ready to start a new chapter in life.

86. Don’t go booking my heart.

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