We Could Almost Eat Outside: An Appreciation of Life's Small Pleasures
A number-one bestseller in France: A charming medititation on the pleasures of life, from shelling peas to reading on the beach.
"A tiny breeze of delirious wisdom which changes everything and nothing...We could almost eat outside."
An enchanting valentine to the everyday delights life has to offer, this short book captured the imagination of the French public last year and became a number-one bestseller. Sales are now over 600,000 copies. In each brief chapter the author contemplates the seemingly ordinary experiences that add joy to life, whether it's the first sip of beer, the snowstorm inside a paperweight, reading an Agatha Christie novel, or the smell of apples.
At once uniquely French and yet universal, told with a lively, almost childlike curiosity, this charming book reminds us to enjoy and appreciate the small things that make life worthwhile.
Specifications of We Could Almost Eat Outside: An Appreciation of Life's Small Pleasures
|Author||Philippe Delerm, Sarah Hamp|
|Number Of Pages||112|
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