You can’t go wrong with amazing book presents for your brother when picking the right Christmas present. The best are brothers. They play enough pranks on you that you’re prepared for anything.
GIFTS FOR YOUR BROTHER
They desensitize you to roommate antics (I’ve found an opened bag of Doritos in the shower, so nothing a roommate does could surprise me at this point). They don’t steal your clothes (well, my brother and I have fought over a Harry Potter t-shirt before). That’s a no-no). As a reward for being your closest buddy, your brother deserves the nicest holiday presents ever.
Because, regardless of sibling quarrels, you know he’ll always be there for you. After all, you have too much dirt on him at this time for him to betray you. Whether your brother likes science or science fiction, there are many alternatives for a book gift. Plus, once he’s through reading it, you may take it and read it as well.
Giving him a book you’ve wanted for a long time indicates “you’re the best, bro.” Just joking! But honestly, I enjoy discussing books with my brothers, and some of our greatest times together have been spent discussing books. So, whether your brother is 13 or 30, give him the finest gift this holiday season: BOOKS ON BOOKS ON BOOKS.So here are some gifts for your younger brother who loves to read books.
Rick Yancey’s The Fifth Wave
Cassie Sullivan strives to stay alive after an extraterrestrial invasion of Earth. Your brother will be a fan if he appreciates books like The Hunger Games and Divergent. Furthermore, the series is being adapted into a film so that you can see it together! Along with it, you can also look for online cake delivery.
The book of Jeff Kinney’s Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Old School
My younger brother adores the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series (and I love stealing it off his bookshelf). The diary — I mean journal-style narrative of awkward middle-schooler Greg Heffley is amusing and appropriate for all ages. Greg’s village is electronics-free in this latest installment. You can look for book stores online and order gifts online.
J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone: The Illustrated Edition, with Jim Kay’s illustrations
If your brother, like one of mine, refuses to read anything but Harry Potter, this magnificently illustrated version of the first book in the series would be the ideal gift.
Ernest Cline’s Armada
With his latest novel, Armada, Ready Player One author Ernest Cline constructs another adventure story: protagonist Zack Lightman plays a computer game in which he rescues the world from alien invaders, but circumstances force him to wonder how real the game is. If your brother likes Ready Player One or Ender’s Game, he will enjoy this novel.
Andy Weir’s The Martian
In this sci-fi bestseller, astronaut Mark Watney is trapped on Mars. My younger brother, who prefers scientific podcasts to novels, stayed up all night reading this. You can’t go wrong with this one if you have a clever sibling (particularly one who enjoys space).
Robert Galbraith’s Career Of Evil
If your brother is fascinated with Harry Potter, another possibility is to give him the latest J.K. Rowling mystery. Detective Cormoran Strike investigates who delivered his coworker Robin a parcel containing a severed woman’s leg in Career of Evil. This thriller is a perfect present for boys who enjoy scary novels. It’s creepy, fast-paced, and brilliantly written (it’s J.K. Rowling, after all).
Jim Gaffigan’s Food: A Love Story | GIFTS FOR YOUR BROTHER
So your brother thinks he’s a witty kid. And for four years in a row, he was elected class clown. He’d love comedian Jim Gaffigan’s entertaining book on food and our relationship with it. Because it may encourage excessive munching, you might want to present it to him along with a gift card to his favorite restaurant.
Conclusion | GIFTS FOR YOUR BROTHER
There is always something fresh to learn, experience, and enjoy when we buy and read books. Book enthusiasts are always there, from favorite writers who take their time writing sequels to books that never seem to end. These presents for book enthusiasts will be worthwhile if they surround you.