There are few things that can top a good book on a rainy day. For those who seldom have time to read, or those who don’t enjoy immersing themselves in fictional characters, there are a wide range of alternative books that might interest you. We have rounded up a list of books we think is worth reading this winter…
Gwyneth Paltrow does it again! She captivates and inspires with her healthy and conscious recipes that are as quick to make as they are delicious to eat. The book contains 125 recipe ranging from delicious Chocolate Cinnamon Overnight Oats to Chicken Enchiladas and Quick Sesame Noodles. A beautiful book to inspire cooking.
Hailed by critics as the debut of a major literary voice, The Girls’ Guide to Hunting and Fishing has captivated readers and dominated bestseller lists. It has an undeniable and fresh comic touch and perfectly captures the the modern woman’s coming of age.
Although this book in not brand spanking new we added it as a must read for the rainy season. Nothing leads to a nervous breakdown quicker than being cooped up in clutter. Japanese cleaning consultant Marie Kondo takes readers through her revolutionary KonMari Method for simplifying, organising, and storing.
Cameron Diaz follows up her #1 New York Times bestseller, The Body Book, with a personal, practical, and authoritative guide that examines the art and science of growing older and offers concrete steps women can take to create abundant health and resilience as they age.
Today’s busier, faster society is waging an undeclared war on childhood. With too much stuff, too many choices, and too little time, children can become anxious, have trouble with friends and school, or even be diagnosed with behavioral problems. Now internationally renowned family consultant Kim John Payne helps parents reclaim for their children the space and freedom that all” “kids need for their attention to deepen and their individuality to flourish. Simplicity Parenting offers inspiration, ideas, and a blueprint for change.
This novel is unpredictable, funny, tragic and thrillingly good. It poses the question whether relationships can work when built on falsehoods.
In short, frisky sections, these Parisian women give you their very original views on style, beauty, culture, attitude and men.