Winter weather always has us itching for all things cozy, and we can’t think of anything more snug than curling up with a good book. Don’t you agree? So grab your warmest blanket, whip up a mug of delicious hot cocoa, and check out some of our top winter reads below.
The River of Consciousness by Oliver Sacks
A collection of essays that Sacks worked on right up until his death, The River of Consciousness explores the compelling things that make us all human.
Dear Evan Hansen by Benj Pasek, Justin Paul, Steven Levenson
Perfect for the theater-lover, this is the official behind-the-scenes book of the hit new musical — complete with cast interviews, unreleased lyrics and original photography.
The Story of Arthur Truluv by Elizabeth Berg
This completely charming story is perfect for combating the winter blues. Follow along as three characters find their second chance at happiness together after suffering from loss and loneliness.
Code Girls by Liza Mundy
In a similar fashion as Hidden Figures, this book tells the untold story of the women who served as codebreakers during World War II.
Past Perfect by Danielle Steel
A heartwarming love story with a twist, this novel follows a power couple and their privileged New York family as they pick up and move to San Francisco for a new job opportunity. Upon arriving to their Pacific Heights mansion (which clearly has some history to it), they realize that some of the past residents never left.
Manhattan Beach by Jennifer Egan
Years after her father mysteriously vanished, Anna Kerrigan runs into a familiar face from her childhood at a nightclub. Does this man have the answers behind her father’s disappearance?
Bonfire by Krysten Ritter
After ditching her small-town roots and moving to Chicago for a fulfilling environmental lawyer carer, Abby Williams finds herself stuck with a case that brings her right back to her hometown — a case that unravels more scandal than she bargained for.
The Inner Life of Animals by Peter Wohlleben
A follow up to The Hidden Life of Trees, Wohlleben paints stories of beloved animals that are laced with research on the very real emotions, feelings, and intelligence they possess.
Leonardo da Vinci by Walter Isaacson
Based on the writings in da Vinci’s own notebooks, Walter Isaacson brings this historical figure to life in this new biography.
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