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It can sometimes feel impossible to know what to gift the Wonder Woman of your life. With a birthday or anniversary around the corner, the pressure can be mounting. It’s tough, isn’t it, because how do you get a gift for the most amazing woman in your life? Well, we must try.
So, here’s the list of 5 books that you can get for the wonder woman of your life.
Becoming by Michelle Obama
The former First Lady of the United States of America made quite the name for herself during her husband’s tenure at the White House. Much like her husband, Michelle enjoyed public approval. She is well-known for standing by her husband through his career and successfully managing public scrutiny as well as her family. Her memoir depicts this journey in her own words, sharing the role she has played from that of being a faithful wife to her husband, a mother to her daughters, and First Lady to a country.
Embroideries by Marjane Satrapi
This book is by the award-winning author of Persepolis. Embroideries is a graphic novel and a rather interesting one because it takes a look at the sex lives of its characters in a very casual and emboldening style. An illuminating story of the hidden lives that women live and the thoughts that pass through their minds.
The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan
Another story of mothers and daughters coming together, The Joy Luck Club is the tale of four Chinese-American immigrant families who get together (mothers and daughters) to play a game of mahjong and eat food. They share stories of their lives through which Tan depicts the immigrant experience and the bonds between parent and child.
Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
A classic of American literature, Little Women is about the joys of love and ambition. But it is also essentially about the joys of being a girl. The book was very feminist in its approach to the themes it handles which are noteworthy.
Magical Women, edited by Sukanya Venkatraghavan
Hailed as India’s first all-female feminist anthology, the book is an exciting collection of 14 stories from some of the most prolific and fascinating names in Indian fantasy right now. Each story weaves elements of magic in lucid and interesting ways.