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Our Holiday Gift Guide

Shopping for presents, but don’t know where to start? We’re here to help! In our totally biased opinion, books are the perfect gifts to give and receive – and we have something for every kind of reader:

Plotted: A Literary Atlas is filled with literal and abstract interpretations of the geography of favorite works of literature. It’s¬†a gorgeous gift for bookworms, art lovers, and really anyone¬†(including yourself!) who loves to reimagine and visit¬†literary worlds.

 

 

How Not to Be a Dick_9781936976027How Not to Be a Dick: An Everyday Etiquette Guide was written for that special someone in your life… You know who we’re talking about.

 

MartyrdomMartyrdom: The Coloring Book should be gifted with some crayons. An unusual gift for the history buffs, even non-readers, and aspiring colorists.

 

 

 

Mug It! Easy & Delicious Meals for One¬† makes¬†a sweet¬†stocking stuffer for the hungry reader who just wants a quick meal.¬†Pop in a cool mug and maybe a fork and spoon, and this gift’s ready to go!

 

 

 

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Sticky Fingers: DIY Duct Tape Projects keeps arts and crafts alive and fun! For people who like to be hands-on and creative, gift them this book with a bunch of rolls of duct tape.

 

 

 

Daisy to the RescueDaisy to the Rescue: True Stories of Daring Dogs, Paramedic Parrots, and Other Animal Heroes¬† has some of the most heartwarming stories of human’s best animal friends. Perfect for animal lovers, this book brings out the warm, fuzzy feelings we love to have around the holidays.

 

 

 

Alice+FredaForever_9781936976607Alice + Freda Forever: A Murder in Memphis¬†is for those who are looking for something with a darkness and an edge. This book¬†recounts¬†the tragic love story of two women in 1892¬†‚ÄĒ a historical dive into late 19th century America that makes for a¬†captivating¬†read.

 

 

 

Words

The Weird World of Words is for the literary geeks out there who love words and their etymologies. What words did Shakespeare invent? Where did our most popular phrases come from? Please don’t send your friend a dictionary¬†‚ÄĒ this book’s way more fun!

 

 

 

Rockin-the-BoatRockin’ the Boat: 50 Iconic Revolutionaries from Joan of Arc to Malcolm X is a unique and powerful view of history from the bottom up, through the eyes of people who dared to imagine a different world from the one in which they lived. Reminds us that we can change things–perfect for friends and family members who are fighting the good fight.

 

 

 

 

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