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.

A book Gift Guide for Christmas 2013

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