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NINA GEORGE works as a journalist, writer, and storytelling teacher. She is the award winning author of 26 books, and also writes feature articles, short stories, and columns. The Little Paris Bookshop spent over a year on bestseller lists in Germany, and was a bestseller in Italy, Poland, and the Netherlands. George is married to the writer Jens J. Kramer and lives in Berlin and in Brittany, France. www.nina-george.com @nina_george - @jean_perdu From the Hardcover edition.
New York Times Bestseller A Barnes and Noble Best of 2015 Selection A LibraryReads Favorite of the Favorites Selection "If you're looking to be charmed right out of your own life for a few hours, sit down with this wise and winsome novel...Everything happens just as you want it to... from poignant moments to crystalline insights in exactly the right measure."--Oprah.com "The settings are ideal for a summer-romance read...Who can resist floating on a barge through France surrounded by books, wine, love, and great conversation?"--Christian Science Monitor "[A] bona fide international hit."--New York Times Book Review "Warmhearted...A charming novel that believes in the healing properties of fiction, romance, and a summer in the south of France."--Kirkus "Engaging... [George's] sumptuous descriptions of both food and literature will leave readers unsure whether to run to the nearest library or the nearest bistro."--Publishers Weekly "Uplifting... An international best seller, this one will make you happy."--The Independent "The Little Paris Bookshop is an enchantment. Set in a floating barge along the Seine, this love letter to books - and to the complicated, sometimes broken people who are healed by them - is the next best thing to booking a trip to France."--Sarah Pekkanen, author of Catching Air "Simultaneously heartbreaking and heartwarming, Nina George's impressionistic prose takes the reader on a journey not just through the glories of France and the wonders of books, but through the encyclopedic panoply of human emotions. The Little Paris Bookshop is a book whose palette, textures, and aromas will draw you in and cradle you in the redemptive power of love."--Charlie Lovett, author of The Bookman's Tale "Nina George tells us clever things about love, about reading that 'puts a bounce in your step, ' about tango in Provence, and about truly good food. . . . One of those books that gets you thinking about whom you need to give it to as a gift even while you're still reading it, because it makes you happy and should be part of any well-stocked apothecary." --Hamburger Morgenpost (Germany) "Enchanting and moving ... Rarely have I read such a beautiful book!"--Tina magazine (Germany) From the Hardcover edition.