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Gift Ideas for the Book Lovers

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Looking for gift ideas for the book lovers in your life? Whether your favorite someone loves romance, sci-fi, drama, fiction or non-fiction, there are countless ideas out there when you are looking for a gift for them.

Gift Ideas for the Book Lovers

Even if you waited until the last minute, there are still plenty of ideas out there! You can even order it to have it sent to them and while they are waiting, you can print off a picture of the gift, wrap it up in a cute holiday box, and let them know it’s on the way!

Titles for Somone Who Loves Fashion

Do you know someone who loves fashion? If so, then there are a lot of great ideas for them! I have several of these books myself and they are fantastic and anyone who enjoys fashion will too.

kate spade new york: all in good taste

If you know a kate spade fan, then this will be a great gift idea for them. Even though this book is more about entertaining, if they are love kate spade, you can’t go wrong with this book.

The Little Guide to Coco Chanel

This is such a great little book for a Chanel fan! It looks great on a shelf in your office. I have this book and it is great. She is such an iconic figure.

Coco Chanel: The Illustrated World of a Fashion Icon

This book not only has anecdotes and quotes from Coco, but it also has them from other top fashion icons including Karl Lagerfeld.

Titles for Boys

There are a lot of great books out there for kids. Especially middle school and high school. Between the comic books to novels such as Harry Potter, there is definitely something for any young man on your list.

Great Battles for Boys

Even if they aren’t a big fan of reading, these books by Joe Giorello are fantastic! He writes especially for young boys. His goal with these books were to help them forget they are reading. Some of the titles included in this series are:

The American Revolution

WW2 Pacific

Civil War

Ancients to Middle Ages

If you are looking for some books to donate to your child’s classroom or library, this would be a good set to do so.

Non-Fiction Must Reads

Standing Together by Carlos R Evans and Rosemarie Evans

This story is about Marine Corps Sergeant Carlos Evans and how his life changed in a matter of seconds due to an IED explosion.

You’ll learn about the struggles he and his family have endured as well as what they have overcome.

This is a book I highly recommend that you take the time to read in 2023.

Must-Reads for Caregivers

If you have ever been or are currently a caregiver for a family member, then you know how draining mentally and emotionally it is. The thing to remember is that you aren’t alone. You do have a great support system out there to help you.

One of the unique types of caregiving situations is when you are a child taking care of an aging parent, which is also known as the sandwich generation.

The sandwich generation is the time of your life when not only are you taking care of your own family, but you are also helping take care of your aging parents.

Run Walk Crawl by Sarabeth Persiani

This is a personal journey that the author has been on while taking care of both her family and her aging father. If you are going through it or have been through it, I highly suggest you take time to read this book.

Books for the Little Chefs in Your Life

1, 2, 3 Cook! My First Cookbook by Good Housekeeping

If you have a little chef in your life, then the newest book by Good Housekeeping titled “1, 2, 3 Cook! My First Cookbook” is a must!

This cookbook is full of easy recipes, helpful hints, and of course funny jokes. If you are wanting to spend more time with your kids in the kitchen this year, this would be a fun item to have on hand. You can even pre-plan your meal prep with them helping.

Healing, Growth and Reflection Titles

The Unspoken by Ashley Haseotes

If you are at a point in your life where you are trying to heal and grow, then The Unspoken by Ashley Haseotes is a book you should consider reading.

Written eloquently and from the heart, she shares the brutal truth about her journey and healing.

Books for the Cooks in Your Family

America’s Test Kitchen

If you haven’t seen this show yet on tv or checked out one of their cookbooks, then you must make this a priority in 2023 if you enjoy cooking.

The America’s Test Kitchen cookbooks are full of tested recipes that work. They are full of helpful hints and tips. They are really fantastic cookbooks to have in your kitchen.

These are two of their newest ones that you have to get on your wish list:

Boards: Stylish Spreads for Casual Gatherings

Check out the Indoor Pulled Pork Charcuterie Board that I put together. It was so good and so easy!

Fresh Pasta at Home: 10 Doughs, 20 Shapes, 100+ Recipes, with or without a Machine 

I am so looking forward to trying some of these recipes out. They look easy enough to do. I can’t imagine fresh pasta right out of my own kitchen!

Ideas for the Crafter and Quilter

I love looking at old quilts. There is so much craftsmanship in them. And considering the time frame many of these were made, it’s simply astonishing. If you love learning about the history of quilts or know a quilter that does, then add the book, “Maine Quilts” to your list.

Maine Quilts – 250 Years of Comfort and Community

This is a great book that covers not only history, but the different types of quilts.

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