Holiday Reading List 2015

As the year comes to a close, take a few moments to peruse our selections of notable books from the second half of 2015. With a range of titles from children’s books and graphic novels to classic poetry and uproarious fiction, there’s something on this list for everyone on yours.

Holiday Reading List 2015 for Fiction
Escape the reality for the time of a book with our 2015 reading list, From Houellebecq to Jules Barbery d’Aurevilly’s, join the world of Fiction for the Holiday!
For the List, it is here

Holiday Reading List 2015 Non-fiction
Our nonfiction selections span from Jean-Pierre Filiu’s intense examinations of the Islamic State to memories of floating above Paris in a hot air baloon in When I Was a Photographer by the legendary Felix Nadar.
For the list, it is here

Holiday Reading List 2015 for Graphic Books
English translations of French gaphic novels and comic books are rising fast. Stay up tp date with Emmanuel Moynot’s masterful adaptation of Suite Française by Irène Némirovsky and Thus Zarathustra Fell Silent by Nicolas Wild, among many more.
For the list, it is here

Holiday Reading List 2015 for Children’s Books
You want to discover French litteracy for Children? Books for children and younger readers are also making an impact in translation, thanks to the talents of writers and illustrators like Olivier Tallec (Who Done It? ) and Stéphanie Blake (Super Bunny ). Check out our recommendations for bright, young minds.
For the list, it ishere

Holiday Reading List 2015 for Poetry
Apollinaire’s words have never felt so alive in English, thanks to a brilliant translation by Ron Padgett, and René Char continues to speak to the ineffible with The Inventors.
For the list, it is here

Last modified on 23/12/2015

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