From Burgundy to Languedoc, these eight villages aren't just picturesque, they're a bibliophile's haven. Explore the book towns of France and plan your next dream vacation.
See Mark Train's manuscript for HUCKLEBERRY FINN, hear poets read in a former grain elevator, and engage with Buffalo's long and prosperous history of cultivating poetry.
Wondering where to stop if you're feeling tired, hungry, and thirsty after a long day of sightseeing in the City of Light? Look no further than the bookstore bars and cafes of Paris!
It's hard to find a bar with both a classy appreciation for books and a lively atmosphere for a great night out. Well, outside of Melbourne (Australia).
See the Narnia author's childhood home, "The Searcher" statue, and the new C.S. Lewis Square along the C.S. Lewis Trail in Belfast, Northern Ireland.