Librairie anglophone - café

Bienvenue chez Le Bookshop !

Située en plein centre historique de Montpellier, nous vous accueillons dans notre librairie  anglophone le lundi de 14h à 19h et du mardi au samedi de 11h à 19h.

Nous vous invitons à découvrir notre large collection de livres anglais et à déguster nos pâtisseries et boissons sur notre terrasse ombragée.

 

Nous organisons des échanges de conversations anglais-français les lundis et vendredis soirs  de 17h à 19h (entrée gratuite, consommation exigée)

Young adult bookclub:

October 26th - 2pm

 

"The Astonishing Color of After" 

by Emily X.R Pan

 

Leigh Chen Sanders is absolutely certain about one thing: When her mother died by suicide, she turned into a bird.

 

Leigh, who is half Asian and half white, travels to Taiwan to meet her maternal grandparents for the first time. There, she is determined to find her mother, the bird. In her search, she winds up chasing after ghosts, uncovering family secrets, and forging a new relationship with her grandparents. And as she grieves, she must try to reconcile the fact that on the same day she kissed her best friend and longtime secret crush, Axel, her mother was taking her own life.

Bookclub:

October 19th-2pm

   

"Transatlantic"

by Colum McCann

 

Newfoundland, 1919. Two aviators—Jack Alcock and Arthur Brown—set course for Ireland as they attempt the first nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean, placing their trust in a modified bomber to heal the wounds of the Great War.

 

Dublin, 1845 and '46. On an international lecture tour in support of his subversive autobiography, Frederick Douglass finds the Irish people sympathetic to the abolitionist cause—despite the fact that, as famine ravages the countryside, the poor suffer from hardships that are astonishing even to an American slave.

 

New York, 1998. Leaving behind a young wife and newborn child, Senator George Mitchell departs for Belfast, where it has fallen to him, the son of an Irish-American father and a Lebanese mother, to shepherd Northern Ireland's notoriously bitter and volatile peace talks to an uncertain conclusion.

Le livre du mois:

 

"Girl, Woman, Other"

 by Bernardine Evaristo

 

Girl, Woman, Other follows the lives and struggles of twelve very different characters. Mostly women, black and British, they tell the stories of their families, friends and lovers, across the country and through the years.

Winner of the Booker Prize.