Does your friends gift you religious books or souvenirs? What do you do if you get one? Will you reject the gift saying you are an atheist or you accept it so that their feelings don't get hurt?
My kids know better than to give anything like that. If I got a book it would go to the library or used book store. My stance is to accept, say the right thing which is usually "thank you," and then go on as I would be going on. What I do with the gift is not their business, but then I don't have relatives to keep happy and friends that would give gifts are fellow Humanists or Atheists.
From my time spent in Egypt and Indonesia, I have received 3 Quarans one in English, one green and gold and in Arabic, one in Indonesian, English and Arabic, books on the life of Mohammad, Praying beads, Prayer mat, A women full white praying outfit that they use in Indonesia. and a few Hijabs. I keep them, not because I will use them but I like them, people were being kind to me by giving them to me. In my closet they stay.
I have a collection, all from the same person: books, bookmarks, calendars, tchotchkes, standard stuff, all Christian. The only reason I haven't given it all away is because I don't want to have to lie if I'm ever asked about the stuff. So I think I'll just stockpile it in a box in the basement until this person dies or gets sufficiently demented. Wish I were joking.
I got a voucher for a subscription to some Christian magazine that I threw away. I hope I'm never asked...