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5 French books to read this season

French Culture Blog

5 French books to read this season

Céline Leroux

The famous Albertine bookshopin New-York  created an exclusive selection forthe French Wink pop-up store. Christmas is around the corner and this selection gathers gift ideas for your close ones who are French lovers.

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1 - 3 histoires de Noel, for your tiny tots

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While waiting for Santa Claus, this book will transport your child in the magic universe through 3 Christmas's stories in French by Gallimard Edition.

 

2-Culottés, for creative women

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Warrior or mermaid, lighthouse keeper or troll creator, gynecologist or empress, the blog BD Culottéesbrokes prejudices about women. PénélopeBagieuwrote two books with thirty portraits of various historical women who invented their destiny.

 

 

3- Parisian Chic look book, for French fashion lovers

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Ines de la Fressangeproposes a complete guide to gathering the secrets of Parisian style with different looks. A book sure to please fashion lovers!

 

4-Paris VS New-York, for art lovers

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Discover through images of Paris VS New-York, a tally of two cities written by VahramMuratya, the differences of heritage and habits between Parisians and New Yorkers’ life.

5- Say Bonjour to the Lady, for French parents in New-York

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Florence Mars and Pauline Levêque explain with humor that children’s education  in the United States and France is not the same.Say Bonjour to the Ladyis a way of laughing at cultural and educational differences.

This selection is available on French Wink pop-up store until Sunday 17 December.

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