Before she was known for her memoir Wild, Cheryl Strayed was writing advice columns under the pseudonym Dear Sugar. The essays collected in this book are unlike any other advice pieces I’ve ever read; they’re filled with empathy and gut-wrenching honesty and are the perfect thing for someone who might be feeling a little (or a lot) lost. Keep it on your bedside table and read it when you need a little food for your soul, or devour it all at once and revisit it over time! Either way, this book makes a lovely companion for anyone who knows what it feels like to struggle.
–Laura, Elliott Bay Book Company, Seattle, WA
Sometimes, especially when life feels overwhelming, it’s good to have a book that you can pick up and put down. Find a treasure with digestible gems from Elliott Bay Book Company and other independent bookstores. Tiny Beautiful Things has been a nwbooklovers favorite for years!