For the grown-ups
“Inciting Joy: Essays” by Ross Gay
In the darkest months of the year, reach for this tome as your go-to gift for any grown-up on your list. Uplifting essays highlight the ways we share connection to bring joy into our lives, rather than focusing on what keeps us apart.
“The Wok: Recipes and Techniques” by J. Kenji López-Alt
From the author of the bestselling cookbook “The Food Lab: Better Home Cooking Through Science” comes an ode to one of his favorite pans: the wok. With more than 200 recipes, 1,000 photographs and extras such as pantry-stocking advice, this cookbook is the perfect gift for beginning home cooks to expert chefs.
“Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow” by Gabrielle Zevin
Readers gain access into the lives of friends and creative partners Sam and Sadie as they design video games and follow their destiny to fame and immortality across three decades.
“All Good People Here: A Novel” by Ashley Flowers
True crime fans will love this intense and twisty thriller written by “Crime Junkie” podcast host Ashley Flowers.