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Northeastern holiday gift guide 2022: the best reads for the bookworm in your life

06/26/17 - BOSTON, MA. - Stock photography of books on June 26, 2017.

During the holiday season, finding the perfect book for the reader in your life can be a challenge. There are endless options, and you want it to be personal enough to let the person know you put some thought into it but general enough that the person will enjoy it at any time of the year.

Luckily, Northeastern University’s well-read faculty are here to help. Shopping for a lover of fine literature, a budding activist or maybe just someone who’s looking for a feel good read during the holiday season? These faculty-recommended books will hit home with your favorite bookworm no matter what they’re looking to read.

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