10 Books To Get Your Hands On This Spring Apr 11, 2016 by Sarah (Day Styles)
If spring is the time of the year that motivates you to open a new book or learn something new, we couldn’t agree more. Sitting on a porch a good book is one of our favorite activities in spring (and summer). Since spring also comes rain, it’s pretty much the perfect time of year to catch up on the reading you’ve been putting off. Check out our top ten picks for reading this spring!
10. The Scrapbook of My Life, Alfie Deyes
Alfie Deyes is one of the greatest pop culture influencers for young teens right now, with over five million subscribers on YouTube. In his videos, Deyes tells us all what it’s like to live the life of a YouTuber! With this book, he’s opening up his life to the public with a new memoir, which reads like a fascinating diary. From the day he was born, all through his childhood and up until present day, you’ll learn everything about Alfie, his life on YouTube, and what his future holds.
9. I Want My Epidural Back, Karen Alpert
If you’re a parent, new or recurring, this book is one you’re going to want to read. Karen Alpert is the author of the New York Times Bestseller “I Heart My Little A-Holes,” and she’s back with this new book. It’s hilarious and relatable stories on mediocre parenting will have you laughing and agreeing with everything she points out. Just don’t wake your kids!
8. It’s All Easy: Delicious Weekday Recipes for the Super-Busy Home Cook, Gwyneth Paltrow
This cookbook comes from superstar health nut Gwyneth Paltrow. Her collection of over 125 recipes features foods that take little to no cooking time and are rich in nutrients and flavor. As an important bonus, you can make most of the recipes in the amount of time it would take to get delivery, but without all of the fat and sugar!
7. The Murder of Mary Russell, Laurie R. King
Author Laurie R. King is best known for her detective mysteries about Mary Russell and her sidekick, Sherlock Holmes. If you’re a fan of Laurie’s previous work, this book is not to disappoint. Although the story itself is based on Mary and Sherlock’s romance, it doesn’t neglect the mystery, the crime or the drama that we are used to reading in her books.
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