Who doesn’t love the perfect book, picked out just for them? This crop includes a beautifully written (and bitingly funny) food memoir; a hilarious (and heartbreaking) Giller-nominated novel; and a twisty tale of family intrigue which proves that life really is stranger than fiction. Maybe you’ll be tempted to pick one or two up for yourself…
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For the millennial, by the millennial
Kaur’s first poetry collection, milk and honey, which she self-published on Amazon, was a runaway hit, landing on the New York Times bestseller list for 52 consecutive weeks. The Canadian’s sophomore outing explores similar themes as her first book does, of love and loss and trauma and healing, and is similarly adorned with Kaur’s own illustrations. The Sun and Her Flowers, by Rupi Kaur, $20.