Holiday Books for Everyone on Your List!
So you still have some people to check off your gift list? If you are like me, the holidays snuck up this year. Why not share the love of reading with your friends and family this year? You can probably still order from Amazon Prime, or better yet, head over to your local bookstore and pick up a heartfelt gift that they will be sure to enjoy long after the wrapping paper is thrown out!
See below for recommendations for everyone on your list! Psst… for more ideas you can check out my 2015 Holiday Book Gift Guide!
For Your Mom
If her New Year’s Resolution is to cook more and be healthier, I highly recommend a Healthy Dish of the Day Cookbook by Williams-Sonoma. This is one that I use regularly. They divide it seasonally and by calendar so you are always cooking with seasonal ingredients. They also have a Healthy Soup of the Day, Healthy Vegetable of the Day, or Healthy Salad of the Day options. You can’t go wrong!
For Your Dad
Let him relive his glory days with Bruce Springsteen’s new book Born to Run.
For your Sister
You’ll Grow Out of It was one of the funniest books that I read this past year. Jessi Klein is a writer on Inside Amy Schumer. She perfectly demonstrates self-deprecating humor in a non-depressing way.
For your Best Friend
Homegoing was my favorite book that I read in 2016. If I could afford it, I would buy copies for everyone that I know. It is an important piece of our history that everyone should understand. Your best friend will love it too.
For your Neice/Nephew
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Illustrated. You may just want to pick up a copy for yourself too because it is so beautiful! Bonus: because the books are coming out each year, you can put Book 3 on your list to give to them next holiday season!
For anyone who is still pretty upset about the election and really nervous about January 20…
Disclaimer: I haven’t read either of these yet, but they are both high on my upcoming list because of people I trust who have recommended them:
Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and a Culture in Crisis, by J.D. Vance
Listen, Liberal: Or, What Ever Happened to the Party of the People, by Thomas Frank
And…for yourself, because…why not?!
Just a few of my other favorite reads this year, but really, I just recommend picking up something that you will enjoy!
Happy Holidays to you and yours! I look forward to more reviews and more wonderful reading together in 2017!