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Q: Is there a French bookstore in Shanghai?

I am looking for children books in French, here in Shanghai.
Thanks a lot, if somebody knows about it.

8 years 6 days ago in  Shopping - Shanghai

 
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I'm really sure there are none. Go to a big bookstore if you are lucky you may find one or two. I was luckily enough to find a few Spanish ones in Xi'an but languages other than English are few and far between.

All books also have an ID (ISBN) number. So if you search on the Internet for a book you would like you could get the ID number and ask the bookstore to order it for you. It's worth a try.

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8 years 6 days ago

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Hello, 

I found one!

I have never been there but they advertised it on a French magazine.

Arbre du Voyageur
Address:4/F, 155 Wuyi Lu,武夷路155号4楼
Vicinity:Zhongshan Park
Directions:near Yan'an Xi Lu近延安西路

Contact:

Open:

Tues-Sun 10am-6:30pm

 

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Miss DSV is correct.  This is the only French bookstore in all of Shanghai and it is relatively new.

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