Postcards from France by Megan McNeill Libby

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This rare gem of a book is a teenage girl's witty, warm, and insightful memoir of a year in France. With a quality that is both innocent and wise, high-school junior Megan Libby shares her delightful journey of discovery in a strange country, learning a strange language, and coming of age in the most magical of places.

For readers of all ages, this endearing collection of travel essays will delight lovers of French culture and fans of Peter Mayle's mega-bestseller, A Year in Provence.


About Megan McNeill Libby

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Libby is now a sophmore at Northwestern University.
Published March 1, 1997 by Harper Prism. 128 pages
Genres: History, Travel, Children's Books. Non-fiction

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Sophisticated and captivating, this collection of 12 essays by a 15-year-old American exchange student was originally published as a monthly series of articles in the Ridgefield Press of Connecticut, in her hometown.

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