Popular dream interpretation dictionaries include "Dreamer's Dictionary" by Stearn Robinson and Tom Corbett, "The Dictionary of Dreams and their Meanings" by Robert Craze and "Llewellyn's Complete Dictionary of Dreams" by Michael Lennox. Each of the dictionaries provides meanings for hundreds or thousands of common motifs in dreams.
The classic 1986 "Dreamer's Dictionary" offers more than 3,000 symbolic meanings listed in alphabetical order. The book has sold more than one million copies since its initial publication.
In addition to providing dream interpretations, the dictionary by Robert Craze includes historical accounts of how different cultures interpreted dreams, as well as descriptions of different types of dreams.
"Llewellyn's Complete Dictionary of Dreams" provides definitions for over 1,000 heavily cross-referenced symbols that frequently appear in dreams. The book guides readers to implement messages from the sleeping subconscious in waking life.