Unless it is a 9-year-old, in which case a Fortnite pistol will always be a hit, giving away is no easy task.
Clothes? You have to know size and style.
A trip? Very expensive.
A personalized mug? Better not.
The answer is always a book.
But here there are also tastes and far from the great classics and established authors, there are books that also serve as inspiration and help to recharge the batteries, to take care of oneself or to see things in a more positive way.
Published just two months ago, 'With hormones already crazy: Keys to take care of yourself during menopause and climacteric' (ed. Vergara. Ediciones B) is already one of the best-selling books on Amazon.
The endocrine Clotilde Vázquez focuses on the
physical and emotional changes
that menopause brings.
Through human accounts but with scientific rigor, it offers answers and a broad vision of a stage that many women live surrounded by misunderstanding.
Overflowing with optimism, entertaining and agile reading, the psychiatrist Marian Rojas Estapé helps to understand in her second book, 'Find your person vitamin' (ed. Espasa),
the bonds with parents, children, partner, friends and even coworkers.
Do we repeat patterns in relationships?
Do some relationships influence others?
A guide to understanding your own emotional history.
And when it comes to feeling good, health begins in the stomach.
For its simple and traditional recipes, for its jokes and because no one has managed to snatch the position from it, 'La cocina de tu vida' (ed. Planeta), by Karlos Arguiñano, has been one of the best-selling books of the year and one of the Recommended to give away by La Casa del Libro.
No less than 950 easy, quick and healthy recipes to start the year fulfilling one of the purposes: taking better care of yourself.
Kindness, compassion and suffering go hand in hand in 'The places that scare you: The art of turning fear into strength' (ed. Paidós).
Written by Pema Chödrön, the most famous American Buddhist nun in literature, it emphasizes how to cope with life's inevitable ills, those that can make or break.
And for lovers of graphic novels, this 2021 the long-awaited new book by
has been published
after nine years of silence.
'The secret of superhuman strength' (ed. Reservoir Graphics).
with irony and self-confidence he weaves a story of addiction, fear of old age and of his own completely absorbing mortality.
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