If you want to tell your mother how much you love her, I want to thank her for all the amazing things she has done for you. Books are the perfect gift to give. Here are ten book suggestions for you to give your mother.
Best Books To Gift Your Mom!
These books are not just perfect for “Mothers’ Day” gifts but they can be any day or any special day like Birthdays, Festivals, etc. They are available on Amazon and they also have the option to gift wrap your books. Check out these awesome collections for the special friend in your life!
“Ladies Coupé” by Anita Nair
Ladies Coupé narrates the simple story of a middle-aged woman who travels to Kanyakumari in search of independence. Still, while travelling, she comes across the stories of 5 different women who inspire her to look for herself first. It will be a perfect book to give your mother to thank her for all the amazing things that she has done for you. I love how this story concentrates on how you can find yourself and why it is so important to find yourself and feel complete first before you start making space in your life for someone else. You can get the book here! 📖
“The Namesake” by Jhumpa Lahiri
Without any doubt, The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri will be the perfect book to gift your mother as the story follows the everyday life of Indian immigrants, the Ganguli family in Massachusetts and their little son Gogol Ganguli who struggles to carry his name as his identity. Still, slowly that name comes to define him in a painful way. But, what your mother will love the most about this boat is the simplicity of the story and the heart-wrenching experiences of Gogol, and the tangled bonds that he has with his family. You can get the book here! 📖
“The Goodbye Diaries” by Marisa Bardach Ramel and Sally
Are you missing your mother and want to give her a gift that says ‘I love you mom’, then The Goodbye Diary is the perfect gift that you can give her. It is the memoir of Melissa Bardach Ramel and Sally that describes the tight mother-daughter relationship. Marissa describes and hard work the emotional experiences that she had to go through while her mother was coping with a terminal cancer diagnosis in the last few months of airlines. You might think that this book is about grief and loss, but the book shares a tribute to the unbreakable bond a mother can have with her daughter. You can get the book here! 📖
If your mother is a fan of memoirs, then this is the perfect book for her. In this book, the Former First Lady of The United States of America talks about a personal journey from childhood to adulthood. The book is beautifully written and is an emotional read that helps gain an inspirational perspective. Michelle Obama leaves no gaps and talks about every single experience that she had in her life with at most on a stem from a strawberry to balancing work and being a mother to her life as a First Lady. You can get the book here! 📖
“Circe” by Madeline Miller
If your mum loves mythology, this is the perfect gift that you can get her. The Greek myth of Circe is a story that is very rarely known by anyone. Circe, the daughter of Helios and the God of Sun, is banished to a deserted island by Zeus when it’s discovered that she possesses the power of witchcraft. What is most loved in this novel is that the writing is simple but powerful. The novel is narrated in such a way that it makes you understand how Circe faced a lot of subjugation in her earlier days can emerge as a woman full of empowerment and courage. You can get the book here! 📖
“Sense and Sensibility” by Jane Austen
Sense and sensibility story of two sisters Elinor and Marianne, starts to learn to overcome the harsh realities of life after the death of Mr Dashwood police is a state to his son from his first marriage and barely anything to his first, second wife and daughters. Mothers love this masterpiece by Jane Austen because of the ironic depiction and its naturally drawn characteristics with a plot that feels so realistic because of Austin’s satirical wit’s underlying nature and psychology. You can get the book here! 📖
“Gently Falls: The Bakula” by Sudha Murthy
This is the first novel written by Sudha Murthy that is the story of a marriage that somehow loses itself in the ambition and the self-interest of the two people involved in the marriage in the first place. It explains how women become an uncomplaining shadow for their partner after the marriage. The characters in the book Shrimati police her professional career and dreams just to be with someone. While in the end, she realises that she has been living an empty life that all these days and the journey of her realising the pain is is completely heartbreaking. You can get the book here! 📖
“The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman
The Yellow Wallpaper is portrayed as the secret journal of a woman to write this journal to express full emotional frustration as she fails to enjoy the joys of marriage and motherhood that is often advertised to women. Writing the journal, she creates a reality for herself that does not exist beyond the yellow paper of a joiner that symbolises how she is present in a life she does not want. It also explains how women often lose their freedom under the societal pressure that advertises marriage in the life after marriage beautiful and highlights the importance of women empowerment. You can get the book here! 📖
“Where The Crawdads Sing” by Delia Owens
Delia Owens narrates the story of a girl who grew up alone, and as she became an adult, she finally realised that she is ready to connect with the outside world. Being abandoned by her family, she always thought that she has a hole in her life that she can never survive. The depiction of a valiant Survival is something that I’m sure your mother will enjoy. Reese Witherspoon also selected this book to make a movie as she loved the underlying empowerment of the book. You can get the book here! 📖
The story of thousand splendid suns revolves around the lives of Mariam and Laila, whose lives are very different. Still, as the story moves forward, their relationship turns into a heart-wrenching mother-daughter relationship. When Mariam sacrifices herself to give Laila and her children a better life shows how much a mother loves their daughter. You can get the book here! 📖
I hope you and your mom love our recommendations. If you have any personal favorites and if you want them to add here, kindly share them in the comments.
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