Feeling Bookish: Our Fall Reading List

October 23, 2013

The season of grab-a-book-and-curl-up-in-a-nook is upon us! To help you build that big stack you’ll keep next to your reading chair, we’ve put together a list of our must-readsso get out your throw, grab a mug of cocoa, slip on your glasses and crack open one of these beauties.

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The Signature of All Things
Å“Eat, Pray, Love author Elizabeth Gilbert is back with a new novelÅ“a sprawling tale of 19th century botanical explorationand we just can’t wait to dig into it.

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The Book of Symbols
Attention, history buffs! Taschen’s visual compendium of all things symbology (with a dash of Jungian psychology) is calling your name.

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A La Mere de Famille
Truffles and bonbons, anyone? Recreate treats from the famed Parisian confectioner of the same name in your very own kitchen.

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The Monocle Guide to Better Living
Fans of the erudite namesake magazine will love this thinking person’s guide to improving not only yourself, but the world around you.

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Little Gurus
Little tykes will be downward-dogging in no time after reading this yoga discovery book.

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The Asylum
For the industry-obsessed, Barneys New York’s creative ambassador Simon Doonan’s collection of witty autobiographical essays lift the curtain behind the often fascinating, always wacky world of fashion.

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The Kinfolk Table
45 recipes and the stories behind thembrought to you by the creators of the beloved magazine.