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CLAUDINE’S HOUSE By: Colette September 28, 2010

Posted by lycan librarian in book reviews, Books and reading.

     There’s a reason Colette’s beautiful stories are still in circulation, and you’ll fully understand it after reading CLAUDETTE’S HOUSE, an autobiographical trip to the French countryside and the author’s childhood which was originally published in 1920. The writing is alive with passion and captures the magic that abounds in the minds of children. These are stories to read and reread anytime one needs a vacation, because they immerse their reader in a time and place of serenity and simple beauty as they tell  of family warmth and a home that exudes comfort, safety and love.



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