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My Little Paris Paperback – 15 Aug 2011
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Quirky and charming, with adorable illustrations by Kanako Kuno, My Little Paris is the perfect gift for any woman who loves Paris, and is sure to supply many an address for her Next Trip list. - France Today"
About the Author
Fany Pechiodat is the founder of My Little Paris, Amandine Pechiodat the chief-editor, Anne-Flore Brunet the publisher, Catherine Taret the chief of the project and chief-editor of the book, Ana Webanck the project-assistant, Celine Orjubin the marketing manager, Mademoiselle Lilly the artistic manager and Kanako Kuno the illustrator.
Top customer reviews
The book is aimed at people living in Paris, although if I lived in Paris I still wouldn't find it useful and I hope I'd have better things to do than read it. It's definitely not a 'guide' to Paris, I'm sure this idea works on their website but not in a book.
There is a couple of pages with interesting ideas or things to do (such as Aquabiking and The chignon hair salon) but not really things you could fit into a weekend between sight seeing or shopping, I have to say i expected pages of chic cocktail bars, secret restaurants, quirky shops and hidden tourist gems, if I'd picked up this book in a shop I wouldn't have ended up buying it.
Theres a few nice famous quotes on life in there and the cover illustration is cute, it would look good on your shelf or coffee table, if the book was £5 then it might make an ok novelty gift for someone but its definitely not worth the £12 price unless pages on 'rediscovering forgotten vegetables' and 'joining the mile high club' is what your after...