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Lulled by the gentle cries of seagulls in the distance, flocks of readers have been heading toward the book-filled beach huts that the authorities have opened along the coast of Normandy, in northern France, and elsewhere.Etretat is one of 12 local resorts where authorities have set up library beach huts this summer.Open from July 7 until Aug. 26, each of the wooden huts has been filled with 1,000 books.The idea has since taken off elsewhere in France, with the Herault region in the south attracting 21,000 readers to its own beach huts last year.
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