An online book club to
read in French
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Improve your vocabulary

The written words are more nuanced than the spoken words. Writers consider their words more carefully than native speakers talking with friends.​

Discover the French culture

Books help you get more immersed in the language.​

Be more comfortable speaking in French

People who are good communicators have a large vocabulary that they usually acquire by reading. They draw the appropriate vocabulary the moment they need it.​

Practice thinking in French

Read and discuss in French is the best way to be able to think in French.​ You'll improve your vocabulary and find the right word fast.

Share your passion

Share your passion for the French language and books with other learners.​

Connect with Other French learners 

Join our book club and connect with other learners around the world.​

How the book club works

girl and boy read books

Read A book in French every month

Every month we'll read a new book. Books and discussions are only in French. There are 2 levels.

Weekly virtual book discussions

Every book gets divided into different parts. Each part corresponds to 1 week. Before every meeting, you'll receive specific questions to help you understand all the elements that the reading group will discuss online.

reading books outside

virtual meeting

1-hour call each week

This is the time when the group meets online to discuss with me and other readers on Zoom. A group is generally 6 French learners.

Read Books And Discuss In French

What are we reading in the book club in the next months?

Next Book

Le silence de la mer

Le silence de la mer

The novel, which was published in 1942, depicts a French family who were forced to house a German officer. The family shows their resistance against the German occupier by not speaking to the military man who is residing in their house. The family wanted to demonstrate that they didn’t see him, didn’t hear him, and that he didn’t exist. Vercors invited the French to refuse the German occupation and the betrayal of Pétain.

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