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Henri Cartier-Bresson, 1908-2004 Paris Exhibition

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Henri Cartier-Bresson and that infamous kiss of the sailor and girl! So iconic, much like the pearls of Chanel, and perhaps even the Eiffel Tower itself, even if it was taken in Times Square. The Parisian experience has really transformed since the mid-century. Although a…

In Quest of Beauty – Alphonse Mucha

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Back in January, on my first day back at work after the Christmas break was a fabulous first day . I know not many can say that, and some think I’ve just not been here long enough thus I’m not jaded, but seriously, is there anything wrong…

The Little Paris Bookshop – Review

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Having not long come back from Paris and having found myself in Paris, I was trying to cling on to the feeling. I had downloaded samples of several books to my Kindle around the time I got back home and The Little Paris Bookshop by…

#Friday Reads – Paris Hop by Margie Blumberg

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Our decision to do Friday Reads based on Children’s’ books doesn’t come lightly. We have decided that unless the book stands out above and beyond we are more inclined to stick to adult fiction/non-fiction. So immediately you know that this book is special enough for…

#FridayReads – Gigantosaurus by Jonny Duddle

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I’ve chosen to review a children’s book for this week’s ‘Friday Reads’ because 1. at Green Door we will soon be announcing our new service for independent children’s authors, and 2. really good children’s books are rare (and I say this as a parent as…