Our teams' favourite books this month
Here at Caroline Gardner, we're a team full of readers. We often pass around books we've enjoyed on our commutes, and even have a little lending library in head office! Read on to discover some of the title's we've enjoyed recently...
Daisy Jones & The Six
Recommend by Luca, our Senior Account Manager, this novel follows the life of the fictional 1970's rock band, 'Daisy Jones & the Six'; uncovering the mystery of their infamous breakup.
Our Card Designer Trinity recommends 'Elegance', an exploration of self confidence and style.
If in doubt, wash your hair
From practical tips to astute observations she's made through her life experience, Anya Hindmarch shares practical tips and quick fixes to situations she's learned from over the years. Our Designer, Chloe highly recommends this one for a commute!
All about love
Our Stationery & Gift Designer Melanie recommends 'All about Love'. Challenging the nuances and assumptions that love offers, Bell Hooks offers an analysis of the effects of affection in our public and private lives.
Dwayne, our Finance controller recommends 'Becoming' by Michella Obama. This intimate and inspiring memoir recalls experiences that have shaped her, from growing up in the south of Chicago to becoming First Lady.
On Earth we're Briefly Gorgeous
This debut novel by Vietnamese-American Poet Ocean Vuong is a favourite of our Assistant Accountant, Charlie. Exploring themes of race, class and colonialism, this book is heartbreaking and will leave you with lots to think about.
The Satsuma Complex
Catherine, our Senior Merchandiser recommends 'The Satsuma Complex'. This fun page-turner follows the life of Gary, a Legal Assistant from south London.
Sorrow and Bliss
'Sorrow and Bliss' tackles the issue of long term mental illness, following the life of 40 year old Martha who struggles to find contentment in her adult life. Our Account Manager Sophie recommends this one.
Our Sales Director Carolyn recommends 'Cat Lady', a funny new novel by Dawn O'Porter. The perfect commute or bedtime read.
The Comfort Book
This new, uplifting book by Matt Haig is perfect for anyone in search of hope, looking for a path to a more meaningful life. This one comes recommended by Olivia, our Junior Account Manager.