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Peter Mayle called it "as evocative as a whiff of thyme, and totally charming." Dirk Bogarde, writing in the London Times, praised it as "a guidebook to undreamed-of loveliness." And the Los Angeles Times said it was "destined to be the most-given book of the season . . . small, precious, so pretty." Sara Midda's Book of Days from the South of France, now with 120,000 copies in print, is an intimate jewel of a sketchbook crammed with images, ideas, and wonder.
Adapted from this passionate visual memoir is a book of days infused with the magic of the South of France. Featuring Sara Midda's whimsical watercolors, each page is a celebration of sea and ochre hills, apricots and espadrilles, peeling shutter, fishing boats, and the ancient taste of olives. It is a special place to keep all dates, birthdays, and occasions, nestled in geraniums and sunshine.
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Sara Midda is an artist who lives in West Sussex, England, and previously lived in the south of France. Her most recent book is Artisan’s children’s activity book How to Build an A.
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