What happens when you give a bunch of book loving bloggers a novel about a floating bookstore? You get an amazing discussion of The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George!
We all wished for Monsieur Perdu, literary apothecary extraordinaire, to help us solve our woes with the right book. Take a look at what we had to say about the book–including a video from Christina Yother!
- Kate from Kate’s Point of View has a reading prescription that will restore your faith in all things magical.
- Farrah from Fairyburger muses about giving advice and the “easier said than done” philosophy.
- Angela from Cowgirl Runs considers what we’d prescribe ourselves if we were able to write scripts for ourselves.
- Elaine of Connor and Helen Grow Up thinks about her own perfect place, inspired by the picture-perfect Little Paris Bookshop.
- Alicia S from the blog Titere con Bonete is inspired by the strength of women and their unconditional love and the sacrifices they make for their families.
- Bookstores will always remind Julia of her father over at All About the Pretty.
- Christina Yother shares a video discussing the moment literature became something more.
- Heidi BK Sloss of The Art of Living Fully longs for a real life Book Prescriber.
- Kelly from Cupcake Kelly’s writes about how books have the power to help us heal in difficult situations.
- Melanie at Tales from the Crib considers the effects of pain.
- Taylor from The Quiet Moments talks about books as prescriptions
- Carrie of Poet in the Pantry realizes that the past can’t be shuttered away.
- As a deaf person, books are the perfect prescription for Nancy at The Real Nani.
- Janaki from More Than Four Sides is reminded of a favorite writer who always heals her mood.
- Raya at And Starring As Herself learns that breaking bread with others is a way to heal the soul.
- Jennifer from Ramblings of a Semi-Conscious Mastermind Mommy is still chasing her long lost muse.
- Jennifer Wolfe from mamawolfe wonders what the world would be like if books were a magic potion.
- Erin from Read-at-Home Mama talks about how her personal library is her very own literary apothecary (though, sadly, it’s not on a boat).
- Thien-Kim of I’m Not the Nanny needed Monsieur Perdu to help her out of her book rut.
What did you think about the book? Share your thoughts in the comments.
If you haven’t yet, grab a copy of The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George and follow Monsieur Perdu on his adventure.
The Doctor is In: feeling lost and unsure of what book to read next? there’s a virtual literary apothecary for all your ills. Give it a try!