Let’s be honest, who doesn’t love reading Jodi Picoult books just so they can have a good cry? In A Spark of Light, Picoult unflinchingly tackles the contentious issue of the right to choose which, combined with her effortless prose and excellent characters, makes this novel unputdownable.
£8.49, Hodder & Stoughton
If you’re already thinking ahead from the dozens of pigs-in-blankets you’ll be scoffing on Christmas Day to your healthy eating New Year’s resolution, Joe Wicks is the one to watch. This recipe book is filled to the brim with healthy and delicious meals you can whip up in no time.
Perfect for those of you who love a bit of drama and scandal, this debut novel from Eugenia Melian reveals the shocking underbelly of the fashion world in Paris during the 80s, 90s, and 00s, with knowledge only a true insider would have.
£14.07, Fashion Sphinx Books
A unique history of England chosen and told by people who live here, this book compiles a list of 100 iconic (and some not so well-known) places in England where remarkable things happened that shaped our collective identity as a country. The perfect coffee-table book for history buffs.
£20, Historic England
After the chaos of the festive period, transform your home into a calm and harmonious oasis with the help of Anjie Cho. Holistic Spaces is filled with 108 tips to invigorate your home, using principles of green design and feng shui.
£9.99, CICO Books
Si King and Dave Myers
Everyone’s favourite Geordie chefs are back with their hilarious autobiography. Si and Dave take you on the ride of your life with this heartwarming memoir of friendship and misadventure.