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This month, on One Thing In A French Day, I release every Monday an episode with Nathalie Iris, the bookseller that I met last year during lockdown. She tells us about books that she has enjoyed. If you don’t feel confident enough, these books might be a little bit difficult to read. The book I’m telling about in this episode is not difficult at all, I find it very interesting and it can be a tremendous help to improve your daily life vocabulary or your daily life sentences. It does not take place in France, but the writer is French and really sees things as a French person. 

What books have you read in French? Why did you like them? I’m curious, please don’t hesitate to give some titles in the comments of my blogpost « I read books in French » at

This month, on One Thing In A French Day, I release every Monday an episode with Nathalie Iris, the bookseller that I met last year during lockdown. She tells us about books that she has enjoyed. If you don’t feel confident enough, these books might be a little bit difficult to read. The book I’m telling about in this episode is not difficult at all, I find it very interesting and it can be a tremendous help to improve your daily life vocabulary or your daily life sentences. It does not take place in France, but the writer is French and really sees things as a French person. 

What books have you read in French? Why did you like them? I’m curious, please don’t hesitate to give some titles in the comments of my blogpost « I read books in French » at www.cultivateyourfrench.com in the blog section. 

My name is Laetitia, I’m French, I live just outside Paris and I share with you a small slice of my daily life here in France. I have also been running the podcast One Thing In A French Day since 2006

All the information about the transcripts, notes and photo is available at www.cultivateyourfrench.com

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