We love a pressie. And one that you can open twice … double the joy.
So books for Christmas is an obvious choice. Open the gift, then open the book. Whether it’s a best selling novel (Jeffery Deaver’s The Watch Maker’s Hand, Steven King’s Holly, Tess Gerritsen’s The Spy Coast), a book for sport fans (Nick Mallett’s Insights into the Rugby World Cup, Caster Semenya The Race to Be Myself), a cookery book (to open many times … Blackouts and Boerwors by Gret Gilowey and Karl Tessendorf, Now and Then by Tessa Kiros) or coffee table book (the magnificent new Mandela) or a children’s book (Dr Seuss’ How the Grinch Lost Christmas, David Walliams’ The Blunders) … it’s going to bring hours, if not years, of joy.
All of these are on the Exclusive Books Festive Collection list … plus so many more. Look out for the glossy catalogue in store or online and browse through the 130 titles on the list … choosing just one, we must warn you, is difficult!
Make it extra special by adding a bottle of something special – like the Inverroche Cape Fynbos gin collection … holidays, a g&t, a book and a deck chair … life just got incredibly perfect! All this and more at exclusivebooks.com