抓你的脑袋是关于这个假日季节在你的生活中给旅行者提供什么礼物？压力不再。旁边的机票本身（或一个subscription to TripIt Pro—hint, hint), a book is the ideal present to help inspire new adventures—and satiate the love of travel in between trips.
Here are 18 books to give the traveler(s) in your life. (And maybe one for yourself, too.)
1。Crying in H Martby Michelle Zauner
Michelle Zauner grapples with the loss of her mother and reflects on their difficult relationship (one often shaped by food), their trips to Korea, and what you learn about someone only after they’re gone inthis powerful memoir.
2.World Travel: An Irreverent Guide由安东尼Bourdain和Laurie Woilever
Considered the late, great Anthony Bourdain’s final word on travel,这个旅行指南在他所爱的地方揭示 - 以及为什么你应该访问他们或避免它们。该指南还拥有许多Bourdain最接近的圈子，散文和轶事来自那些最擅长他的人。
3.妇女和盐by Gabriela Garcia
4.Mexican Gothicby Silvia Moreno-Garcia
Set in the Mexican countryside, Silvia Moreno-Garcia’sMexican Gothic用一个不太可能的女主角的故事编织墨西哥民间传说，任务从她的新丈夫黑暗的过去救援她的表兄弟 - 闹鬼的房子造成的恐怖。
5.The Phone Booth at the Edge of the Worldby Laura Imai Messina
Gorgeous, heartbreaking, and hope-forming,Laura Imai Messina’s gently-told taledetails how we cope with grief, loss, love—and find the will to keep going. Based on a true story about the phone booth in Japan that locals used to call their loved ones after the 2011 tsunami.
6.On All Fronts: The Education of a Journalistby Clarissa Ward
Inher memoir, acclaimed journalist Clarissa Ward pulls back the curtain on her personal life and career—giving readers a first-hand account of what it takes to balance being a woman, a mother, and a warzone journalist.
7.教会女士的秘密生活by Deesha Philyaw
四代的人物作斗争with sexuality, misogyny, hypocrisy—and who they want to be in the world—教会女士的秘密生活explores the multifaceted, contemporary lives of Black women in Appalachia.
8.奥兰德by Diana Gabaldon
The first book in Diana Gabaldon’swildly popular seriesis perfect for the lover of all things Scotland, historical fiction, and steamy romance.
9.Shantaramby Gregory David Roberts
A love for India at its heart,this epic novelby Gregory David Roberts details the tumultuous life of Lin—one filled with love, loss, torture, and triumph.
10。Pachinkoby Min Jin Lee
Beautifully told,Pachinkofeatures four generations of a Korean immigrant family struggling to make a life—and livelihood—for themselves in Japan.
11.The Paris Wifeby Paula McLain
Thiswork of fictiongives readers a peek into Hadley and Ernest Hemingway’s marriage, from their budding romance in Chicago to the bohemian party scene of Paris. McLain drew inspiration from the couple’s written exchanges and details how Hadley never stood a chance against the whirlwind life Ernest—along with his mistresses and cohorts—pursued with abandon.
12.A Tale for the Time Beingby Ruth Ozeki
This novel by Ruth Ozeki跨越太平洋，在加拿大的偏远岛屿上，在东京和露丝上有两个角色 - 在加拿大 - 其连接桥梁时间和地理。
13.This Must Be the Placeby Maggie O’Farrell
Set in County Donegal, Ireland, Maggie O’Farrell’sThis Must Be the Placeshares the human experience of two people who, after an unlikely meeting, find solace in one another.
14.Food in Cubaby Hannah Garth
This非小说的工作details the real-life struggles Cuban families have accessing food—and a decent standard of living—in a post-Soviet welfare state.
15.Aleppo的养蜂人by Christy Lefteri
16.Correspondentsby Tim Murphy
Spanning Iraq, Jordan, and Palestine,反对无爱的世界details the plight of a Palestinian woman who refuses to give up any more of herself.
18.The Yellow Houseby Sarah M. Broom
2019年全国图书奖，莎拉M.扫帚的回忆录的获奖者，The Yellow House, tells the story of her family and their relationship to home in a neglected area of New Orleans.