Buying French books in North America

Last week I shared some good resources for getting hard copies of Hungarian books if you live in North America. This week, for balance, I’d like to help you find French books without rushing to sites like Amazon.

Nothing beats a brand-new paper copy you can hold in your hands, dog-ear (if you’re into that), underline, highlight, and—best of all—pass along to friends. Luckily, French booksellers in America are far more numerous than Magyar suppliers (thank you, Québec!). In no particular order, and by no means an exhaustive list:

Am I missing any good French book suppliers here? How do you get new French reading material in the US or Canada?

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2 thoughts on “Buying French books in North America

  1. I admit to being a gigantic fan of Moustache Books, who can special order you any French book in print in a jiff, but, to be fair, this may just be due to the fact that my wife owns it.

  2. Pingback: Interview with an expert: Virginie “Moustache” | translation, untangled

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