ECW's 2019 Holiday Gift Guide!

It's that time of year! Whoever is on your list this season, we have the perfect gift. Use the discount code HAPPYHOLIDAYS at checkout for 25% off the ebook/audiobook version of every book included in the gift guide!

For your dad (or father figure) who insists there is a correct way to mow the lawn and can sing all the lyrics to 'Paint It Black'.

 Overrun: Dispatches from the Asian Carp Crisis  by Andrew Reeves
Fire Trap: A T.J. Peterson Mystery  by Bob Kroll
Hello, Friends!: Stories from My Life and Blue Jays Baseball  by Jerry Howarth
Call Down the Thunder: A Crime Novel  by Dietrich Kalteis
Sea Trial: Sailing After My Father  by Brian Harvey
Listen Up!: Recording Music with Bob Dylan, Neil Young, U2, R.E.M., The Tragically Hip, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Tom Waits...  by Mark Howard and Chris Howard


For your mom (or mother figure) who sings when she cooks and always picks up extra paper towel for you when it's on sale.

Bad Ideas: A Novel  by Missy Marston
The Godmother: A Crime Novel  by Hannelore Cayre
Midlife Action Figure: Poems  by Chris Banks
Second Lives, Second Chances: A Surgeon's Stories of Transformation  by Donald R. Laub, M.D.
Elizabeth of Bohemia: A Novel About Elizabeth Stuart, the Winter Queen  by David Elias
Lost Feast: Culinary Extinction and the Future of Food  by Lenore Newman


For your brother who watches sports religiously on Saturday nights and always makes sure there aren't any leftovers on the dinner table.

A Fly in a Pail of Milk: The Herb Carnegie Story  by Herb Carnegie & Bernice Carnegie
The Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame: Storytellers (From the Terrible Turk to Twitter)  by Greg Oliver & Steven Johnson
The Sound and the Glory: How the Seattle Sounders Showed Major League Soccer How to Win  by Matt Pentz
The Greatest, Weirdest, Most Amazing NHL Debuts of All Time  by Andrew Podnieks
This Team Is Ruining My Life (But I Love Them): How I Became a Professional Hockey Fan  by Steve "Dangle" Glynn
Mahoney's Camaro: A Crime Novel  by Michael Clark


For your sister, who has a playlist for everything and hits the gym every morning.

How a Poem Moves: A Field Guide for Readers of Poetry  by Adam Sol
Happy Go Money: Spend Smart, Save Right and Enjoy Life  by Melissa Leong
Career Rookie: A Get-It-Together Guide for Grads, Students and Career Newbies  by Sarah Vermunt
One Thing — Then Another: Poems  by Claire Kelly
There's No Such Thing as a Bad Kid: How I Went from Stereotype to Prototype  by Titus O'Neil


For your best friend, who reads a book a week and knows all of your secrets.

Flourish  by Jacqueline Turner
Honey: A Novel  by Brenda Brooks
Legacy: Trauma, Story, and Indigenous Healing by Suzanne Methot
The Brilliant Dark: The Realms of Ancient, Book 3  by S.M. Beiko
The Call of the Rift: Veil  by Jae Waller
Arrow's Fall  by Joel Scott


For your neighbour, who is often seen peeping out their window when you have something delivered but brings in your garbage bins when you're out of town.

A Grain of Salt: The Science and Pseudoscience of What We Eat  by Dr. Joe Schwarcz
The Accidental Veterinarian: Tales from a Pet Practice  by Phillip Schott
A Fragment Too Far: A Sheriff Luke McWhorter Mystery by Dudley Lynch
Ford AbomiNation  by Linwood Barclay
A Forgotten Hero: Folke Bernadotte, the Swedish Humanitarian Who Rescued 30,000 People from the Nazis  by Shelley Emling
Final Fire: A Memoir  by Michael Mitchell


For your colleague, who always has a new podcast recommendation and really cool weekend plans.

Whose Water Is It, Anyway?: Taking Water Protection into Public Hands  by Maude Barlow
Fatboy Fall Down: A Novel  by Rabindranath Maharaj
The Forest City Killer: A Serial Murderer, a Cold-Case Sleuth, and a Search for Justice  by Vanessa Brown
Life Is Short and So Am I : My Life Inside, Outside, and Under the Wrestling Ring  by Dylan "Hornswoggle" Postl
Fifteen Paths: How to Tune Out Noise, Turn on Imagination and Find Wisdom  by David Weitzner


Still not sure which book would be best? Take our Gift Finder Quiz


Older Post Newer Post


Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published