Here are the French-inspired books I’ve read recently and a book experience to accompany them. Most of them written by non-French authors, giving us perspectives of expats -or just francophiles- about French culture, and literally I couldn’t ask for more!

French-inspired books I read recently

You know me, I love some French inspiration every now and then. Many of the books below, mentally brought me to Paris or France in general and filled me with all the francophile vibes I needed! My wishlist is full of more similar books, so expect a part 2 soon! 

 

Paris to the Past: Traveling Through French History by Train – Ina Caro

French women don’t get fat – Mireille Guiliano

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Paris letters – Janice MacLeod

AudiobookBook 

A Paris year – Janice MacLeod

Bringing up babe – Pamela Druckerman

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Bébé day by day – Pamela Druckerman 

AudiobookBook 

Bonjour kale – Kristen Beddard

Audiobook, Book 

Paris for dreamers – Katrina Lawrence  

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