Star Wars Family Car Decals
We’re more than a little bit sick of all of the cutesy car decals with little kids playing soccer, but these Star Wars ones have earned a pass. The set comes with 50 decals, so there are plenty of options for a blended family filled with Wookies, Ewoks and Storm Troopers.
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The Unofficial Downton Abbey Cookbook
True Blood: Eats, Drinks, and Bites from Bon Temps
A Feast of Ice and Fire: The Official Game of Thrones Companion Cookbook
Know someone who loves TV and cooking? And cooking while they watch TV? Gift them recipes straight from their favorite series — the Downton Abbey cookbook isn’t official, but the True Blood and Game of Thrones ones are — in fact, A Feast of Ice and Fire even features a foreword by George R. R. Martin. (Just make sure your giftee isn’t the type who hates ot when ol’ Georgie writes anything that isn’t The Winds of Winter, okay?)
Price: $21.95, $29.95, $35 (all hardcover)
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The Cabin in the Woods: The Official Visual Companion
We wrote our original review of Cabin in the Woods' movie companion a few months back, and stand by our word that it's worth a read for fans of the film — it's not quite on the same level as seeing a real-life Merman, but it'll do.
Price: $19.95 (paperback)
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Harry Potter Wizard’s Collection
If you’ve been holding off for just the right DVD box set to place alongside your Harry Potter hardcovers, your wait is finally over. This mammoth 31-disc collection includes all eight Harry Potter movies (along with all the special features available on previous editions, plus a bonus disc with new extras) and such collectibles as a cloth map of Hogwarts and a Horcrux locket. (What, no invisibility cloak?) It’ll have all the wanna-be wizards in your household shouting “Expecto Patronum!”
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Harry Potter Page to Screen: The Complete Filmmaking Journey
This enormous hardcover is an essential to anyone on your list who considered the end of the Harry Potter saga to be the final installment of the films. Every single question or curiosity you may have had in the making of the movies will be answered (stunningly, we might add) within its 540 pages.
Pat the Zombie
Also great for Walking Dead fans: This adorable “cruel spoof” of beloved childhood classic Pat the Bunny. After the looming zombie apocalypse arrives, your kids will thank you for teaching them what “putrefying” means.
Read more: Holiday Guide 2011: Best TV Book Gifts