Christmas is coming and I would like to make a statistics-themed gift. The recipient bought and liked How Not to Be Wrong by Jordan Ellenberg (btw, I like that book too). He also liked The Signal and the Noise, even though he found it a bit light on math. Thus I'm looking for something like these books, i.e. statistics-themed, not afraid of a few equations but lighter than a big caliber academic book such as for example BDA by Gelman et al. Can you suggest me a few titles?
EDIT: I just found out that he owns also Risk Savvy: How to Make Good Decisions by Gigerenzer but not Kahneman's book, so the suggestion by Glen_b seems spot on.