Posted on December 14, 2019 at 4:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
This may come a bit too late for organized holiday shoppers, but the Guardian picked the brains of two booksellers on the p’s and q’s of giving a book as a gift.
To be fair, one of the sources is a rare-book dealer, so his thoughts may not align with the average shopper’s.
But the good news? Everyone agrees that a book, even if it’s not to the recipient’s taste at all, is one of the safest presents you can buy.
As for the finer details of book-giving etiquette, you can find them in the Guardian.
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