Here you’ll find all the details about our three children’s books, how to get them and even some sneak peek drawings from the trilogy.
Jayne Tuttle almost died after an elevator accident in Paris. She tells her story here on the podcast and explains how writing about the ordeal helped her with the recovery process.
Here’s a Paris-themed quiz, with 10 questions that get progressively harder. Are you up for the challenge?
Sarah Turnbull, author of “Almost French”, joins The Earful podcast to discuss Paris, her smash hit memoir, and the subject of her new book.
Edward Chisholm joins the Earful Tower to shine light on the hidden underbelly of bistros and the truth about the Parisian service industry.
Here’s a recap of our book tour of eastern Australia.
Here’s the true story of the giraffe that once walked to Paris… and how we turned it into our newest children’s book (out soon!).
Here’s Roger the Liger in Paris, our new children’s book – and the story behind how we made it.
Here’s Paris On Air: The Audio Experience.
Here’s an animated look at Kylie the Crocodile to mark the book’s second print run!
Pamela Druckerman on The Earful Tower, talking children, books, and Paris.
Get your copy of Kylie the Crocodile here!
Here comes Kylie the Crocodile! Behind the scenes, more pics, and a podcast episode with Lina and Oliver.
Do you like books about Paris and France? Here are some top recommendations from your favourite Paris Book Club at The Earful Tower.
New episode: A chat with Katrina Lawrence, a beauty journalist and certified Francophile.
Here’s how to listen to Paris On Air, narrated by Oliver Gee (and with the help of about 20 other characters!)
We all know it’s important to say “bonjour” no matter where you in in France. That’s hardly a secret. But there’s no better way to get a conversation going than to ask “ca va?” directly afterwards. Let me explain…
New podcast: Adam Biles from Shakespeare and Company talks about the lockdown, Tumbleweeds, and his favourite author interviews.