Tiny library is a big success

Jean-Jacques Megel-Nuber, bottom right, with some of those who joined him for a book reading

This crowded room is perfect for Jean-Jacques Megel-Nuber who had been searching for a new adventure after a life working in the theatre and events – so he set up a tiny mobile library and bookshop and takes it round festivals.

The library is a wooden Tiny House and Jean-Jacques, 45, who lives near Mulhouse, Haut-Rhin, had it especially built for him.

“I had lots of ideas of how to do something new, even trying archaeology among other things, but I wanted to meet people and to travel.

“A bookshop seemed ...

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