Summer Reading with Anna Low
We adore Anna Low! Mover and groover of Potts Point Book Shop, Anna and her fab team are a source of the best in reading joy. She is sassy, spunky and smart - qualities we love in a girl. Here are Anna's suggestions for both seasonal presents and reading.

You'll find Potts Point Book Shop at  14 Macleay Street and we have linked these books to its website.

Easy Beach Read - 
"The Break"
By Marian Keyes is funny and insightful about the craziness of the modern world.  Loads of fun and you will find yourself laughing out loud at the trials and tribulations of Amy, her husband Hugh, her beauty vlogging daughter and the rest of rambunctious family.

Pictures to Paw Over - 
Annie Leibovitz: Portraits 2005-2016
An amazing collection of some of Leibovitz's finest photos from the past decade.  No one chronicles our times and the lives of the politicians, movie stars and writers quite like Annie.  All our favourites are included - Helen Mirren and Judy Dench, Cate Blanchett and one of the most extraordinary photos you will ever see of Donald and Melania.
Food to Cook - Hummus & Co
From the crew at Kepos Street Kitchen.  The food is simple, delicious and very, very good for you.  I have cooked quite a few things from this book and I absolutely love it.

How the other half live - Vogue Living - Country City Coast
Originally published in the pages of Vogue - this volume brings together the best of the best.  Peek inside some of the most fabulous houses around the world - from Aerin Lauder's ski pad in Aspen to Karl Lagerfeld's sleek Paris apartment.

Biography - Tina Brown "Vanity Fair Diaries: 1983-1992"
In 1983, Tina Brown was appointed as the youngest ever editor of Vanity Fair.  They said she would fail and she didn't, she did the exact opposite reviving the once failing magazine.  During this time she kept a secret diary chronicling her life and her interactions with absolutely everyone. 
Thank you Anna!



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