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Tedious Parents (Parents Casse-Couilles)

PARENTING | HUMOR When parents don’t have limits… When a teacher receives her pupils’ parents, she expects everything… but come on! Over the years, Sandra and Sabrina have collected the crazy questions, shocking, stupid, funny, provocative parents who attend the famous meetings during which each of us has necessarily spotted painful parents, to say the […]

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Catissimo! The Cat Encyclopedia (Catissime! L’encyclopédie du chat)

HUMOR | ANIMALS The cat’s Bible! 1001 facts about your favorite animal. The cat is the French’s favorite animal and they’re billions to worship them to no ends. Author of best-seller How to Live Like Your Cat Stéphane Garnier gathers in Catissimo! every piece of information that cat-lovers may enjoy knowing. Miscellaneous news items that […]

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Red Cashmere (Cachemire rouge)

FICTION In the steppes of Mongolia, surrounded by her parents and brothers, Bolormaa leads a nomadic life and is at one with nature. But when a terribly cold winter kills off their flock of cashmere goats, the family must leave their home on the mountain and search for jobs elsewhere. Bolormaa finds a job in […]

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Love is… (L’amour c’est…)

ILLUSTRATED GIFT BOOK The talented Jack Koch illustrates 200 authors’ definitions of love. This book is a delight! Koch invited 200 authors from all over the world and from varying literary genres to define love, he then illustrated their definitions, giving 400 pages of poetry and humour.  This collection includes authors who very well known […]

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Tortured on the Rhône (Les Suppliciées du Rhône)

HISTORICAL CRIME FICTION Imagine the CSI in Lyon in 1897: addictive! – Julie Malaure, Le Point Tortured on the Rhone is a historical crime novel set in Lyon at the end of the 19th century, at a time when legal medicine was only just beginning, and Alexandre Lacassagne was in charge. When Lacassagne names one of his forensic […]

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Yoga of the Elements (Le Yoga des éléments)

COFFEE-TABLE BOOK | SPIRITUALITY The first coffee-table book on yoga for a broad readership Over 220 illustrations by Ivan Gomez-Montero. Possibility to publish an abridged edition “I want to develop my personal practice, but I don’t know how!” Florence Dugowson developed this book to help her students with this common issue. Traditional Indian medicine, Ayurveda, teaches us […]

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Another Look. A Bunch of Stuff to See Things Differently Vol. 3 (Un autre regard. Trucs en vrac pour voir les choses autrement t. 3)

  COMIC | SERIES THE 3rd COMIC BOOK FROM THE BLOGGER EMMACLIT, BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND “I read lots of things and then categorize them by theme. After a while, I start to feel like a particular theme should be shared with the public. I summarize the theme and anchor the theoretical idea in our […]

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War Diary (Oorlogs-dagboek)

WWII | Diary  Rarely has the oppression of the war years seemed so close —  de Volkskrant When the personal items of one of the most important post-war, Dutch poets, Hanny Michaelis, were found to include her diary from the German occupation of the Netherlands, it caused a literary stir. Like Anne Frank, Michaelis was Jewish and […]

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My First Murder and Other Stories (Mijn eerste moord en andere verhalen)

SHORT STORIES The collected stories in My first murder contains the wonderful novella A True Hero and a series of short stories, as well as a beautiful translation of Theodor Storm’s Aquis Submersus – a painfully romantic tale with a tragic outcome. Driessen’s shorter stories show in a concise form what the reader expects from […]

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Narcissus

LITERARY FICTION Rough, unpolished and realistic. — De Telegraaf A highly anticipated novel on identity, love, and loyalty An ode to Amsterdam, and its infamous Red Light District. A unique portrayal of the Red Light District. In prison, Joshua – a Moroccan posing as an Israeli – meets Klaas, the King of the Red Light District. Klaas […]

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