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The purpose of this tiny traveling bookstore is to meet people in different parts of France and bring hard-to-find books to people on the road.

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  • Paige says:

    I just love that a thing like this exists, let alone that this one is so adorable.

  • Jennifer says:

    I love this. What a fantastic idea for a tiny house, and it’s done so beautifully!

  • Carol says:

    WOW! Looking at the pictures makes me feel like I could be at home there! This man is wonderful! I hope his business is booming!

  • David Pedersen says:

    This is really nice.

  • Monica Sweere says:

    A wonderful Salon. Thank you for sharing.

  • Kathy says:

    Love everything about this story. The tiny house, the idea of gathering people together, the love of books… the whole concept is just so cool. Thank you for sharing this.

  • Lori says:

    Finally, a tiny house that could hold all my books! I could live there as no place feels like home to me without a ton of books in it. Make the trailer a bit longer for an additional room and I’d have space for my craft stuff too. 😀

  • sc says:

    I have often had fantasies of not only a tiny home, but a tiny shop I could travel to festivals and markets with. I have seen tiny shops on this site, but this is the most fully realized and most beautifully designed by far. Books, plants, a lot of light and a cat, what more could you ask for?

    According to the Facebook page, the price of this tiny shop/home to be built was 29000 Euro equals 32586.72:” 32.5k Excellent price. This was their first build and they gave him a break on the price if I read it correctly
    It also says ” keys in hand, with a sign, pontoon and awning included.” (I don’t think pontoon means in French what we think of with the word pontoon. I am guessing it means the steps-porch)
    the value of the shop is now 38500 Euro equals 43205 dollars. 43k. It weighs 3400 pounds. It actually appreciated. That’s nice to know. I hope the builders sell their plans.

  • Kathy says:

    Incroyable! Esp. M. Chatte.

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