Words Cannot Describe…

How beautiful the finished books and website are for “13, Rue Therese” by Elena Mauli Shapiro, which publishes on February 2nd.  The book has already occasioned a terrific Shelf Awareness piece on its unique marketing campaign (hint: even though the novel is set in France between the first and second World Wars, you’ll get the most out of it if you read it with your cell phone at the ready) and a lovely review from Alison’s Book Marks.  (The gorgeous wrapping paper Alison is describing was found by our marketing maven Amanda Tobier, to perfectly match the red gingham box lid pictured on the right—a key component of Shapiro’s story).  We’ll be posting more news and reviews here, but in the meantime you must go to www.13ruetherese.com to behold the book in all its glory!

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  1. By a new artifact | Elena Mauli Shapiro on January 16, 2011 at 4:12 pm

    […] practically exploding with impatience after seeing the squeeing from my publisher about how pretty the book is, I have received an actual physical copy of 13 rue Thérèse.  After so many years, it has finally […]

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