Over the next three weeks, this series will highlight 12 books that make great holiday gifts for readers. From fiction to history to children's books, we're serving up something for everyone—and even giving some of them away (perhaps tomorrow, cough cough). First up: Kate Jacobs' Knit the Season.
This third book in Jacobs' Friday Night Knitting series takes place during the holiday season, but is a warmhearted read for any time of the year. The novel focuses on Dakota, the daughter of the late Knitting Club founder, Georgia. As Dakota prepares to strike out on her own, her mother's friends rally around her and share their memories of the woman who brought them together. If that isn't enough to get you in the holiday spirit, there are recipes and knitting patterns at the end of the book.
More great gift ideas can be found in our holiday catalog.