Books Worth Checking Out
There are many great reads that will provide you with the feeling that you are in Paris and France. I have read as many as I can get my hands on and the following are some of my favourites. Disclosure: The recommendations in this post contain affiliate links. Should you purchase using our link we will receive a small commission which doesn’t affect the price you pay.
Read my review of “100 Places In France Every Woman Should Go” by Marcia DeSanctis. I l love, love, love her book!
This is one of my favourite books as well, “Almost French” by Sarah Turnbull.
“French Women Don’t Get Fat”, “Women, Work and the Art of Savoir Faire: Business Sense and Sensibility”, and “French Women For All Seasons”, by Mireille Guiliano
“Saviour Faire” and “French or Foe”, by Polly Platt
“Merde Happens”, “Merde Actually”, and “Talk To The Snail”, by Stephen Clarke
“A Year In Provence” , “Encore Provence” or ” French Lessons” by Peter Mayle
“C’est La Vie” by Suzy Gershman
“Pardon My French”, by Charles Timoney
“A Town Like Paris” by Bryce Corbett
Guides About France
You have to love “Top 10 Guides”. They are informative, concise, and portable. And they contain pull-out maps!
Here are some others I love:
Lonely Planet’s France’s Best Trips–outlines 39 roadtrips
Eyewitness Guides–they publish the “Top 10 Guides” ; however, they also have some beautiful (thick) books on France