Arriving in France in 1948, Julia doesn’t speak the language and knows little of French culture.
With the fierce determination of a woman on a mission, she learned the language, mastered French culinary nuances, and became a household name.
Julia Child is the epitome of a brave, fearless female. Reading her story will leave you dazzled and inspired.— Katie
“Julia Child recounts her life in France beginning in 1948, when she arrived with her diplomat husband, Paul. She spoke no French and knew nothing about the people or the culture. The book follows her through classes at the famous cooking school, Le Cordon Bleu, the writing of her critically acclaimed bestselling cookbook, Mastering the Art of French Cooking, and the development of her own cooking school and television programs. Read this book, and I guarantee you'll feel the zest for life that is infectious through Julia Child's wonderful outlook on both life and cooking.”
— Bunny, Paulina Springs Books, Sisters, OR