Cyber Monday Book Picks!

Surprise! Cyber Monday is here. Check out all of our picks below. With more cookbooks to satisfy your veggie cravings (like Thug Kitchen and Plenty More) and great novels from your favorite authors—such as Us by David Nicholls—everyone will find something they love, while shopping the sale throughout our entire site. Add all of our picks to your bookshelf here!

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kennedyJacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis by Barbara Leaming

The new biography by Barbara Leaming focuses on Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’ struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder following the assassination of her late husband, John F. Kennedy. The book also covers Jacqueline’s rejection of a life-path that led her to Kennedy and the White House and how after his death, she sought a very different life. It’s a wonderfully descriptive read for those interested in learning more about her life.


yes plesaeYes Please by Amy Poehler

SNL alumni and Parks and Recreation star Amy Poehler opens up in her first book. As expected, Poehler’s book is riddled with comedy and chapters like “Treat Your Career Like a Bad Boyfriend” and “The Robots Will Kill Us All”. It’s another great autobiography that’s made our list and is definitely worth a read.



greek godsPercy Jackson’s Greek Gods by Rick Riordan

Author of the popular Percy Jackson stories introduces a new book about the Greek gods featured in his books. Told from Percy Jackson’s point-of-view, he explains how the world was created and gives readers a detailed look at many different gods. Those craving more Percy Jackson will revel in this.


hortonHorton and the Kwuggerbug and More Lost Stories by Dr. Seuss and Charles D. Cohen

A new collection of stories, acting as a follow-up to The Bippolo Seed and Other Lost Stories includes many familiar places and characters like Horton, Mulberry Street, and a Grinch! Seuss scholar Charles D. Cohen introduces the collection of stories and gives readers insight on Horton’s integrity and more. The most recent Lost stories will be enjoyed by children and adults alike.


rain reignRain Reign by Ann M. Martin

Rose has an obsession with homonyms (like her own name), which is why she gives her dog the name Rain. Rose has her own routines, obsessions and rules that are not always understood by others. When a storm hits and Rain goes missing, Rose has to break her routine to search for her dog. We definitely recommend this sometimes-heartbreaking tale told from Rose’s point-of-view.


lilaLila by Marilynne Robinson

Like Robinson’s previous novels Gilead and Home, Lila takes place in Gilead, Iowa where Lila, a homeless woman, wanders into a small church and becomes the wife of minister John Ames. As she begins her new life, she remembers people from her past like Doll—the young drifter who rescued her from a neglectful home when she was younger. While her husband judges those she loves, Lila tries to reconcile the life of her prior hardship with the Christian worldview. This novel explores a woman’s attempt to explore a new world while not forgetting her very different past.

no 1 ladiesThe Handsome Man’s De Luxe Café by Alexander McCall Smith

In the latest installment of the No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency, the agency will help a client find out who she is after kind-hearted siblings take in a woman who has no memory of her name or how she got to Botswana. While this is happening, Mma Makutsi is settling into her role as partner of the agency while also opening the Handsome Man’s De Luxe Café. Fans of the series will really enjoy the newest addition!


hope to dieHope to Die by James Patterson

After a psychotic genius takes Alex Cross’s family away from him, the stakes to find them and give the mad man what he wants have never been higher. Hope to Die completes what was started in the Alex Cross novel Cross My Heart and is a must-read for lovers of crime and mystery.



i'll give you the sunI’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson

The author of The Sky is Everywhere brings readers her latest novel about Jude and Noah—twins who grow up close until something happens to wreck their relationship. This unique novel is told both from Noah’s perspective at the beginning, and Jude’s in the later years. There are two sides to every story, and Nelson does a great job of demonstrating why each story is important.


plenty morePlenty More by Yotam Ottolenghi

Make sure you eat your vegetables! This cookbook reiterates an important childhood lesson—but with a better execution. Yotam Ottolenghi follows up to his previous cookbook Plenty with 150 vegetarian recipes that will change the way you think about and cook your vegetables!


usUs by David Nicholls

What do you do when your wife of almost three decades announces one night that she wants a divorce? This is what Douglas Petersen has to figure out in this new novel by David Nicholls. Even worse, his wife Connie has planned a trip to Europe to encourage their son Albie’s artistic interests that she can’t bring herself to cancel. Douglas thinks this trip is an opportunity to rekindle their romance and even strengthen his relationship with his son. But is it enough? The wonderfully written novel explores marriages and families—and what holds them together or rips them apart.

thug kitchenThug Kitchen by Thug Kitchen

The website that “encouraged” people to adopt a healthier lifestyle is now a book! Thug Kitchen attempts to improve the approach to eating healthier by actually showing readers how to do this. The cookbook explains how to eat healthier while shopping on a budget. With over 100 recipes—it’ll satisfy every taste.


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