A Book Gift Guide
For all the book lovers out there, a new book for holidays is one of the best, if not THE best gift, to receive AND give. So here’s a gift guide to help you find just the right book for you and any other bibliophile that you may be shopping for.
1. For those who always see the humorous side of things: Anything by David Sedaris. The novel pictured above is Let’s Talk About Diabeties with Owls. Sedaris is wickedly funny with a wit and sarcasm that transfer perfectly on to the page.
2. For the Fantasy Lover: A Natural History of Dragons by Marie Brennan
3. For those collecting for a future library: A classic novel from Penguin Classics featuring one of the awesomely decorated covers. Any one of the Penguin Classic Covers would look great in a future library
4. For the Mystery Lover: The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith/J.K. Rowling
5. For the History Buff: The Black Count by Tom Reiss
6. For the graphic-novel reader: Extinction Parade by Max Brooks
7. For the non-fiction reader: The Devil in the White City by Erik Larsen
8. For those who love horror and genius story-telling: Horns by Joe Hill
9. For those who love allegorical fiction: The Circle and A Hologram for the King by Dave Eggers
10. For Teens and Kids: Collection of the Grimm Fairy Tales & Box Set Collection of the Harry Potter Series
11. For the Thriller and Mystery lovers: How the Light Gets In by Louise Penny
Written by Rachel B.
Rachel is a co-creator and writer at Definitely Not for the Birds (DNFB). She recently graduated with a degree in English. Presently, she writes, reads, and then reads and writes some more, with a giant and ever-present mug of green tea in her hand. Follow Rachel @rrbindl and DNFB @not4birds