Holiday Gift Guide: Small Gifts and Stocking Stuffers

This year’s Stocking Stuffers holiday guide is bursting with small but mighty book recommendations! From the astrology minded to the DIY homemaker, the city explorer to flower lover, there’s something for every reader on your list.


201 Everyday Uses for Salt, Lemons, Vinegar, and Baking Soda
by Benjamin Mott

This handy book focuses on living simpler with 201 natural cleaning solutions that use four simple, versatile, and inexpensive ingredients: salt, lemon, vinegar, baking soda, and olive oil. This is an essential reference for anyone interested in thrifty, natural, and sustainable living!




Northwest Know-How Series
by Multiple Authors and Illustrators

Discover the best of the Pacific Northwest in this series of accessible gift books exploring a range of topics—from beer to trees to haunts and beaches—and their regional expression.




Just Girl Project Book of Astrology
by Ilana Harkavy & Brianna Rauchman

Gift the power of astrology with this adorable illustrated guide to the stars. It’s an essential astrological guide to friendships, relationships, situationships, familyships . . . basically all the ships!




Little Book of Flowers Series
by Tara Austen Weaver; Illustrated by Emily Poole

A love letter to favorite flowers bursting with beautiful arrangements, tips, tricks, and facts, the Little Book of Flowers series is the perfect little luxury for gardeners and flower lovers! Everything you need to celebrate these gorgeous blooms.




Savage Love from A to Z
by Dan Savage; Illustrated by Joe Newton

America’s premier sex advice columnist takes on edgier-than-ever sex-positive topics with his signature candor in his first illustrated collection of adults-only essays, coinciding with the 30th anniversary of the Savage Love column. This hardcover book is for anyone who’s had sex, is currently having sex, or hopes to have sex!




Seattle Walk Report & Secret Seattle
by Susanna Ryan

An illustrated celebration of all things Seattle by the creator of Seattle Walk Report. Susanna uses her distinctive comic style and eagle eye to illustrate the charming and quirky people, places, and things that define Seattle’s neighborhoods and reveals the forgotten history behind the people, places, and things that shaped Seattle