Travel to France through books

April 21, 2020

Travel to France through books

We are currently experiencing a strange time, unable to travel and explore the world let alone leave our homes. But during our isolation, we can still be transported to the cafes and Châteaus, palaces and historical and provincial places of France. We can experience the food from France through trying recipes, all without walking out our front door.

A book can take us on a journey we may never have imagined. With our ever-growing selection of books online and in-store, there is always something new to experience in France.

Some reading suggestions;

Available at French Cargo

Other Suggestions
"My Life in France" by Julia Child
"Flirting with French" by William Alexander
"The Elegance of the Hedgehog" by Muriel Barbery
"Lessons from Madame Chic" by Jennifer L. Scott
"The Scalet Pimpernel" by  Baroness Orczy
"Neither Her Not There: Travels in Europe" by Bill Bryson
"Monet's House: An Impressionist Interior" by Heide Michels
"The Girl You Left Behind" by Jojo Moynes
"The Nightingale" by Kristin Hanah
"The 6:41 to Paris" by Jean-Philippe Blondel
Happy reading dear friends.  We will once again be able to return to our beloved France.  Stay safe. Xx




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