Through delightful drawings, photographs, and musings, twenty-three-year-old Lucy Knisley documents a six-week trip she and her mother took to Paris when each was facing a milestone birthday. With a quirky flat in the fifth arrondissement as their home base, they set out to explore all the city has to offer, watching fireworks over the Eiffel Tower on New Year's Eve, visiting Oscar Wilde's grave, loafing at cafés, and, of course, drinking delicious French milk. What results is not only a sweet and savory journey through the City of Light but a moving, personal look at a mother-daughter relationship.
"A keenly observed letter back home...the pleasure Knisley takes in food and company is infectious."-- Douglas Wolk, slate
"Charming."-- Publishers Weekly
"Wonderful....Read it and you will not be disappointed."-- Whitney Matheson, Usa Today
Simon and Schuster Publishing
Black and White
c. Lucy Knisley 2007