Just off the press: Paris en Family, a vacation-changing annotated map to the city. Published by Herb Lester Associates, a British design studio specializing in the world’s most charming, retro-looking guides, it’s pretty enough to be framed. But keep it on hand so you can read all about the 40 highlighted spots, from the Pont Neuf, the bridge out of Madeline’s Rescue, to the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature (taxidermy galore)—and all the places to stop for chocolate mousse, macaroons, and pastries in between.
Above: Paris en Famille is the work of Yolanda Edwards, one of the canniest travelers we know. In addition to being the executive editor of Martha Stewart Living and a founder of the parenting site Momfilter, Edwards charts her adventures with her photographer husband, Matthew Hranek, and their young daughter in her blog, Travels with Clara. Designed and illustrated by Anna Hurley, Paris en Famille is litho printed in England on recycled paper; £4 from Herb Lester Associates.
Above: Open, the map measures approximately 11 1/2 inches by 16 1/2 inches.
Above: All of the key arrondissements are covered—with options for activities, attractions, shopping, and food. And rest assured, Yolanda’s choices keep parents as well as kids in mind. Breakfast at Café Marly, anyone?