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Staff Picks: Cozy Reads

Staff Picks: Cozy Reads

If you are looking for fresh (and even old) books to include in your own reading lists, you might get some ideas from the Fully Booked team. Check out this month's Staff Picks: Cozy Reads.

The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

The Little Prince is one of the best books to end and start your year. This fairytale for adults helps you find your inner child, whilst reminiscing how your year ran. It can be a chill read to a bone-chilling reawakening about the things that we forgot about ourselves. -Joe, Events

Before the Coffee Gets Cold by Toshikazu Kawaguchi

"If you could go back, who would you want to meet?"

Before the Coffee Gets Cold by Toshikazu Kawaguchi is about a cafe that can make its customers travel back in time. The twist: they should be able to return before the coffee gets cold or else they won't be able to come back to the present.

Lots of characters, and slowly one by one, we get to know them through their encounters in these stories—all lovely and heartwarming. 

This is a perfect read if you're in the mood to just stay cozy in your sheets with a coffee or a hot chocolate on the side. -Karla, Events

Send Noods: 50 Amazing Noodle Recipes That You Want Right Now by Chloe Godot

This book is the perfect companion and the perfect gift for your single friends this Christmas season! Not only does it give you delicious pasta recipes (which are all beginner-friendly, by the way, in case you’re new and/or terrified in the kitchen) that you can prepare for yourself to keep you warm and cozy during this cold weather, it’s also packed with cute and playful artworks and humorous recipe titles and one-liners, i.e. “Swipe Right Ramen”, “Red Flag Red Sauce”, “U Up? Udon”, and a whole lot more! -Cez, Affiliates

The Anthropocene Reviewed by John Green

In this collection of essays, John Green rates seemingly random phenomena—Halley's Comet, Scratch 'n' Sniff Stickers, Sunsets, etc.—using the five-star scale. These 'reviews' are smart, funny, and often tender, situated in the larger forces of human experience like history, sociology, and science. Green says "every review is like a memoir"; written accounts that tell of one's encounters with an object or moment. My encounter with this book resembles an embrace, vulnerable and sweet. Prepare to laugh, cry, and be filled to the brim with wonder. -Arielle, Events

Join the Fully Booked Read and Discover: 2023 Reading Challenge and share your reading journey with fellow bookworms by posting your current read with the #FullyBookedReadAndDiscover2023 on socials. 

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