Fun books that will make great stocking stuffers (although you may need an extra-large stocking). Atlas Obscura: The Travel Posters Atlas Obscura Fans of the Atlas Obscura guidebook and online magazine, which chronicle curious travel destinations, can add that sense of wanderlust to their wall. Each month’s striking, graphic illustration features a new unique location to discover. (Workman) Lagom (Not Too Little, Not Too Much): The Swedish Art of Living a Balanced, Happy Life Niki Brantmark An illustrated guide to living the Swedish way that touches on decor, diet, child-rearing and engaging with the natural world. (Harper Design) Stephen Colbert’s Midnight Confessions Stephen Colbert These illustrated jokes from the segment on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” confessions are quick hits for the wicked. “When I’m at karaoke and someone starts singing ‘Don’t Stop Believin’… I stop believin’.” (Simon & Schuster) Chuck D Presents This Day in Rap and Hip-Hop History Chuck D This chronological survey of rap compiles landmark events in hip-hop history — the debut of “Yo! MTV Raps,” Tupac Shakur’s “hologram” at Coachella — from 1973 to the present. Written by Chuck D of Public Enemy, with Duke Eatmon, Ron Maskell, Lorrie Boula and Jonathan Bernstein. Forward by street artist Shepard Fairey. (Black Dog & Leventhal) A Christmas Carol & Other Stories Charles Dickens Pantone, the color company, has partnered with Puffin, an imprint of Penguin, to release paperback books in a single Pantone color. The winner for the holidays is Pantone 10119, gold, containing Charles Dickens’ classic “A Christmas Carol,” with other stories and illustrations. (Puffin + Pantone) Slouching Towards Bethlehem: Essays Joan Didion This pocket-size hardcover bound in opalescent cloth, featuring a watercolor-like illustration of the young Joan Didion looking out at the reader, may be the loveliest edition of this book ever printed. (Picador Modern Classics) Courage Is Contagious: And Other Reasons to Be Grateful for Michelle Obama Nick Haramas, editor Short essays by writers, entertainers and activists praising the former first lady and her inspiration by Issa Rae, Chimamanda Ngozi