For those looking for a gift idea, with Christmas less than a week away, “Good Morning America” asked some best-selling authors for their top holiday book recommendations this year. Here are the books that authors Michael Connelly, Jodi Picoult, Paula Hawkins and John Green will be giving to their friends and family this year. “The book I am giving away this holiday season is ‘Wonder Valley’ by Ivy Pochoda,” Connelly told ABC News.
Zee, 36, who rose to fame for her fearless coverage of severe weather and natural disasters on "Good Morning America," revealed in the book that just weeks before she began working at ABC News in 2011, she checked herself into a mental health hospital to seek treatment. In the book, titled "Natural Disaster: I Cover Them.
Best-selling author John Green said his new novel, "Turtles All the Way Down," was a way for him to connect with children who suffer from obsessive compulsive disorder [OCD] and an opportunity to share his personal struggle with the disease. The book focuses on a 16-year-old girl named Aza who suffers from OCD. "She feels like she has thoughts that she can't get rid of that kind of feel like they're coming from the outside of her and then she uses compulsive behaviors to try to manage these thoughts that she can't stop having," Green explained.