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Paris to the Moon, Adam Gopnik
Adam Gopnik shares his love affair with Paris.

The Greater Journey; Americans in Paris, David McCullough
The journeys of adventurous American artists, writers, doctors, politicians, architects, and others who traveled to Paris between 1830 and 1900.

In a Paris Moment, Meredith Mullins
A unique collection of photos and stories capturing the essence of Paris.

Traveler's Tales Guides: Paris, James O'Reilly, Larry Habegger, Sean O'Reilly, editors
43 essayists attempt to convey their experience of Paris.

Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guide to Paris, Anna Brooke
Everything you want to know about what to see and how to get around in Paris, but heavy to pack in your suitcase.

Michelin The Green Guide Paris
New edition February 2007. The Michelin Green Guides are Jeanne's favorite guidebooks for cities and regions in France. Neighborhood by neighborhood, Paris is explored. Museums and monuments are rated as "highly recommended", "recommended" and "interesting". And this book adds less weight in your suitcase. 

Rick Steves Paris 2007, Rick Steves
Self-guided walking tours, how to get around, bargains, famous and lesser known sights - Rick Steves has scouted out all of them for the reader.

Seven Ages of Paris, Alistair Horne
In highly readable fashion, Alistair Horne traces the history of Paris through seven periods: beginning in the 12th century and ended with the death of Charles de Gaulle.

I'll Always Have Paris, Art Buchwald
American humorist and syndicated columnist, from 1949 to  1962 Art Buchwald wrote about Paris in the European edition of the New York Herald Tribune. His articles are priceless. Mr. Buchwald died January 17, 2007. 

The Hidden Diary of Marie Antoinette, Carolly Erickson
Marie Antoinette's "Hidden Diary" gives insight into the time of the French Revolution.

Paris, Paris: Journey into the City of Light, 
David Downie
David Downie, a superb writer, has lived in Paris for over 20 years and knows the city well. His curiosity has led him to all corners of Paris.

The Secret Life of the Seine, Mort Rosenblum
After living in an apartment on Paris's Ile St-Louis, Mr. Rosenblum set up housekeeping on a 54 foot boat on the Seine. His book tells of his new boating community and his travels on the river from its source to its mouth.

Paris Tales, Helen Constantine
A collection of 22 stories by French and Francophone writers who have been inspired by specific locations in Paris.

Walks Through Napoleon & Josephine's Paris, Diana Reid Haig
Four walks through Paris trace the courtship of Josephine and Napoleon.

Picasso's Paris, Ellen Williams
This little book, with maps, address, photos and paintings, takes you through Paris during the time of Picasso.

The Impressionists' Paris, Ellen Williams
Following these walks, you'll visit the sites where several masterpieces were painted. Stand, with book in hand, where the artist set up his easel.

The Private Lives of the Impressionists, Sue Roe
Sue Roe describes the daily difficulties the Impressionists had to overcome as they struggled to become accepted in the Paris art world.

Walks Through Marie Antoinette's Paris, Diana Reid Haig
A good introduction to the life and times of Marie Antoinette in Paris and  Versailles, as well as other sites historically connected with her.