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Chère Mamie au pays du confinement

By Virginie Grimaldi
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  • Publisher : Le Livre de Poche
  • Isbn : 2253102644
  • Pages : 240
  • Category : Fiction
  • Reads : 320
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Chère mamie, J’espère que tu vas bien et que papy aussi. Pendant 55 jours, pour se protéger du Covid-19, nous avons dû rester confinés chez nous. J’avais besoin de conjurer l’angoisse, alors chaque jour je t’ai écrit. La vie se chargeait de me fournir l’inspiration, et je ne manquais pas de grossir le trait, pour te distraire, pour me distraire. Aujourd’hui, je vais partager ces lettres avec tout le monde. C’est très émouvant de penser que l’on a tous vécu la même chose au même moment. Il faut que je te prévienne : tous les bénéfices seront reversés à la Fondation Hôpitaux de Paris-Hôpitaux de France, qui soutient ceux qui ont porté le pays à bout de bras pendant deux mois. C’est un moyen de se sentir un peu utile, après s’être trouvé bien impuissant. Gros bisous à toi et à papy, Ginie Depuis 1989, la Fondation Hôpitaux de Paris-Hôpitaux de France œuvre pour améliorer le quotidien des personnes à l’hôpital. www.fondationhopitaux.fr

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Book Summary:

From the New York Times bestselling author of The Bookshop on the Corner and The Cafe by the Sea comes another enchanting, unforgettable novel of a woman who makes a fresh start on the beautiful Scottish Island of Mure—only to discover life has more surprises in store for her. When Flora MacKenzie traded her glum career in London for the remote Scottish island of Mure, she never dreamed that Joel—her difficult, adorable boss—would follow. Yet now, not only has Flora been reunited with her family and opened a charming café by the sea, but she and Joel are taking their first faltering steps into romance. With Joel away on business in New York, Flora is preparing for the next stage in her life. And that would be…? Love? She’s feeling it. Security? In Joel’s arms, sure. Marriage? Not open to discussion. In the meanwhile, Flora is finding pleasure in a magnificent sight: whales breaking waves off the beaches of Mure. But it also signals something less joyful. According to local superstition, it’s an omen—and a warning that Flora’s future could be as fleeting as the sea-spray… A bracing season on the shore sets the stage for Jenny Colgan’s delightful novel that’s as funny, heartwarming, and unpredictable as love itself.

Tous dans le même bateau - Tome 1

By Ouvrage collectif
  • Format : Pdf, ePub, Mobi, Kindle
  • Publisher : Librinova
  • Isbn : 9791026263975
  • Pages :
  • Category : Biography & Autobiography
  • Reads : 811
  • File Pdf: tous-dans-le-même-bateau-tome-1.pdf

Book Summary:

En cette période de tempête qu’est l’épidémie de coronavirus, l'écriture apparaît comme une bouée de sauvetage. À l’occasion du concours d’écriture Journal de bord du confinement organisé par Librinova en avril 2020, des centaines d’auteurs ont ainsi saisi l’occasion de partager leurs histoires, réelles ou imaginées. "Tous dans le même bateau" regroupe les plus surprenantes et émouvantes de ces histoires, qu’elles soient écrites à une ou plusieurs mains. Découvrez ici quatre nouvelles : Chère Mamie, Ceci n’est pas un journal de confinement, Le printemps n’avait pas été mis au parfum et @coro.narration, d’auteurs qui ont fait de leur traversée un moment d’humour, de poésie ou d’originalité !