Read ‘The Little Paris Bookshop’ As You’re Outside Enjoying Warmer Spring Weather
April is here, and it's time for picnics, sunshine, kite flying and lying on the beach with a paperback.
What to Read this Month:
The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George has just been released in paperback, and it makes for the perfect beach read. The story follows Monsieur Perdu, the owner of a bookstore on a floating barge on the Seine. After opening a letter left to him by the great love of his life before she disappeared, he hauls anchor and departs to the south of France looking to find his own peace of mind. Filled with warmth and adventure, The Little Paris Bookshop is a love letter written to all books.
Lynn Steger Strong visits Barnes & Noble on April 9 at 4 p.m. for a discussion and signing of her debut title, Hold Still. This fictional family saga traces the anatomy of a mistake, the weight of culpability and the depth of a mother's love.
Springtime and fresh air make us open to new adventures and ideas. This April, pick up a book from a genre you don't normally read. Try a history, mystery or self-improvement title. You never know what you may learn about yourself.