Travel the World In Books: Belarus and France

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As part of this Readathon, here is a video, where I suggest a way of reading books from different countries, and where I review a book written by a French author.

Links related to what I mention in the video:

If you need ideas about more books set in France, you can check my French Bingo

Some more books I am going to try to present to you during this Readathon:

  1. Neverwhere, by Neil Gaiman – book set in London, England
  2. A Trick of the Light, by Louise Penny – book set in Québec
  3. The Buried Giant, by Ishigur0 – Japanese Literature

WHICH NOBEL PRIZE IN LITERATURE WINNER
HAVE YOU READ?

 

 

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15 thoughts on “Travel the World In Books: Belarus and France

  1. Thanks for featuring our readathon in your wonderful video! I think it’s a fabulous idea to read through the Nobel Prize in literature winners to read about different cultures/diversity. Off to check out your other links.

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  2. Wonderful, Emma! So valuable to have your perspective and approaches to reading diversely and well. Video review is helpful for Modiano, and I look forward to the others you have planned. Thank you for all these rich resources to more traveling via books!

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