Louise loves books and bookstores. If you are a bookworm, scroll down.

Daunt Books London
Daunt Books London

Daunts Books is an original Edwardian bookstore with three floors, long oak galleries and

elegant skylights. It is to be found in Marylebone High Street London.


Ler Devagar Lisbon
Ler Devagar Lisbon

Ler Devagar in Lisbon is named one of the 10 most beautiful bookstores in the world.

It is a huge space with thousands of books all over its walls.

A grand staircase goes down the middle


Shakespeare and company Paris
Shakespeare and Company Paris

This tiny bookstore on Paris’s Left Bank has hosted some of literature’s most revered figures.

Shakespeare and Company feels like a literary utopia. Money takes a back seat. Generations of

writers have found a Parisian home here. Ezra Pound, Ernest Hemingway, James Joyce.

It was opened in 1919.

Rue de la Bucherie  75005 Paris


The Last Bookstore LA
The Last Bookstore LA

A literary treasure trove in downtown LA.

The Last Bookstore is a second hand bookstore. They love the buying and selling of

books and records.  Browsers are greeted with hanging books,hidden side rooms and free

standing sculptures and mobiles.

“What are you waiting for? We won’t be here forever” their motto

453 Spring street S LA


Books are Magic New York
Books are Magic New York

Exciting new releases and beloved classics.

Hidey-holes for  for children and gumballs filled with poetry readings

There are panels with authors almost every night and story times on the weekends.

And plenty of magic

225 Smith street Brooklyn New York

When you are travelling, Don’t forget the bookstores.

Best wishes