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Best Books About France to Read Before A Trip – For Children and Adults

Before we visit new countries with our children, we like to discover literature that inspires travel. There are many fabulous novels about Paris or books set in France, but we’ve narrowed it down to the best books about France your kids will want to read.

Here are books we would recommend sharing with your children (or reading yourself) before you visit France. And if you’re looking for more help with your Paris trip planning, don’t miss our posts about the best things to do in Paris, the best places for families to stay in Paris, and the best playgrounds in Paris. If you’re looking for other regions, we have posts about Alsace, Provence, and the Dordogne too!

Best Books About France for All Ages-Kids Are a Trip

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Best Books About France to Read Before a Trip

Before we visit new countries with our children, we like to discover literature that inspires travel. There are many fabulous novels about Paris or books set in France, but we've narrowed it down to the best books set in France your kids will want to read and books for teens and adults too.

Children's Books on France for Young Readers

These are great beginner books for young children. Perfect for new readers or as a read-aloud books.

Best books about Paris for grade school readers

If your children are ready to read on their own, these books are good choices.

Kids Books About Paris and France for Middle School

These books will get your middle schooler excited for their trip to Paris and/or France!

The Best Novels About France

Whether you're reading these yourself, or sharing the recommendations with your teenager, these books will transport you to France before you even arrive.

2 Comments

  1. I LOVED The Painted Girls! It left me dying to know what was true and what was added for the sake of the story. I also enjoyed The Paris Wife…now I have a few more to add to my list! 🙂

  2. I love them all! I read every night before bed and am always looking for new recommendations!

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