Bookstore Tourism: The Wandering Bookshop

Jean-Jacques Megel-Nuber wanted to open a bookshop, but he also wanted to be free to travel around France. Fortunately he discovered a way to accomplish both goals. Now he visits rural towns and villages in his itinerant bookshop that also doubles as his tiny house. Designed in conjunction with the clever folks at La Maison Qui Chemine (The Wandering House), Megel-Nuber’s Au Vrai Chic Littérère packs 3,000 carefully titles for sale along with space for a kitchen, office, and sleeping loft into this tiny, rolling bookshop. Looks like a great life to me.

 

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