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Books about Nudism/Naturism

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Mettis:
I read a book about naturism "Le Bonheur d'ĂȘtre nu. Le Naturisme, un art de vivre" by France Guillain.

Here is the summary that is on the back and translated by google stranlate : "Millions of French and Europeans frequent the naturist places regularly. Would all these people be dangerous depraved? No ! Giving the body its proper place, discover the pleasure of living in harmony with nature, this is the truth of naturism, far from the stereotypes and fantasies. For this practice, which nudism is only one component, is based on a philosophy of life promoting tolerance, respect for self, others and the environment.
By opening the doors naturist places, by sharing the mode of existence of the families who have chosen to enjoy simple yet challenging joys, France Guillain, sailor, journalist and writer, but especially naturist long, invites us better know this issue activity of an ancient tradition and the deep motivations of men and women looking through this lifestyle naked, not a form of marginality, but the well-being, happiness and freedom."

https://www.amazon.fr/Bonheur-d%C3%AAtre-nu-Naturisme-vivre/dp/2226093540

skinnydipper2:
Paul and Jame's Naturist Adventure self published by Nigel Keer. It's not the most well written book but its super cute. My fav naked book. Find it on amazon

Paprykarz2137:
I dont know is here on this forum something about nudist scenes in books, so i say about moments in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

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