19 books for recent grads that will help guide them through their next chapter
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- It's college graduation season, and if you haven't got the recent grad in your life a gift, now might be a good time to start brainstorming.
- There are plenty of routes you can take for college grad gifting - practical gifts, experiential gifts, gift cards. But if you're looking for something that'll inform, motivate, and inspire the recent grad in your life, you can't go wrong with a book.
- Below, we've rounded up 19 books that any recent grad would love to read.
Finding the right gift for a recent grad can be tough. Should you get them some decor to liven up a new apartment? Could you chip in to a big trip they're planning? Would they be better off with just a gift card or some cash?As the college-aged contingent transitions from students to alumni, their lives will become occupied with all new kinds of challenges, excitements, and memories. Transitioning from the college bubble to the real world can be difficult, so why not impart some wisdom on your recent grad to guide them through all these changes?
Books make great gifts for graduates, especially ones that can help them kickstart their careers, better understand the industry they're entering, supply them with lifelong lessons, or just tell them everything will be fine. We rounded up all those books and then some.
Keep reading for 19 inspiring books that recent grads will want to read:
Captions are adapted synopses from Amazon.
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