Welcome to Le Bookshop!

Located in the historic center of Montpellier, we welcome you to visit our English-specialized bookshop to see our wide collection of English and German books, as well as taste our delicious pastries and drinks on our terrace.

 

We are open Mondays 2- 7 p.m; and Tuesday-Saturday 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.

 

We organize French-English conversation exchanges on Monday and Friday evenings from 5-7 p.m. (No entrance fee, but we ask that you order something to drink).


See you soon!

Young Adult Bookclub ?!

You're young, you're almost an adult, you like to read, you want to share your readings and meet other young people?

BINGO!

Here at Le Bookshop we have all those qualities and we want to meet you, young readers of Montpellier. That's why we would like to start with you a Bookclub for young people at which we would read and talk about Young Adult books.

If you're interested in joining us, send an email at contact@lebookshop.com with your three favourite YA books, your English level and your expectations, and we'll keep in touch.

See you soon, young readers !

Summer is here !

 

 The weather is warmer day after day. Why don't you come enjoy a glass of homemade iced-tea, while reading one of our new books or a secondhand one ? We will welcome you with great pleasure. 

If you ever need a book or an information you can contact us by phone 04.67.66.22.90 or at contact@lebookshop.com 

Book of the month

"The Good Immigrant"

by Nikesh Shukla

 

Bringing together 21 exciting black, Asian and minority ethnic voices emerging in Britain today, The Good Immigrant explores why immigrants come to the UK, why they stay and what it means to be ‘other’ in a country that doesn’t seem to want you, doesn’t truly accept you – however many generations you’ve been here – but still needs you for its diversity monitoring forms.

 

How does it feel, to be a stranger in a country you wish would see you as one of its children ? 

 

The Good Immigrant is the most important book you will read this year.

 

Stamped Manon's seal of approuval !

Next Book Club

June 24th at 2pm

"Glass Room" by Simon Mawer

 

High on a Czechoslovak hill, the Landauer House has been built for newlyweds Viktor and Liesel Landauer, a Jew married to a gentile. But, when the storm clouds of WW2 gather, the family must flee, accompanied by Viktor's lover and her child. But the house's story is far from over, as it passes from hand to hand, from Czech to Russian.

Activity of the month

 

C'est le moment de reprendre votre perfectionnement de l'anglais ! Vous êtes bienvenue aux échanges de conversation lundi et vendredi de 17h à 19h.

 

Now is the time to continue improving your french skills! You're welcome to join the conversation exchanges Monday and Friday from 5pm to 7pm.