The writer has been awarded for 'Sueños sin brújula' (Dreams Without a Compass), a novel which deals with themes such as the dark side of social networks, depression and anxiety in young people.
La Esfera de los Libros presents “El primer senador de Roma” (The First Senator in Rome) from Juan Torres Zalba, one of the biggest offerings from the publisher for the return of the summer vacations.
SSpanish Publishers is one of the top providers of Spanish titles in the U.S. Beyond sales, Spanish Publishers conducts author travel programs connecting authors with readers.
A publication from the Ministry of Defence, free in PDF format, summarizes from its beginning the great maritime epic of our country to date. The history of Spain will not be the same without the sea.
The evolution of this saga has adapted to the times since Her Majesty's Secret Service decided to marry on Four Your Eyes Only. Bond delves much deeper into his human side since Daniel Craig entered his skin. Now Bond is a man with a past and in No Time To Die, the next chapter of the franchise, the…
Whether it's the successful lawyer Joan Clayton on Girlfriends or Dr. Rainbow Johnson on Black-ish, her characters always share a common thread of being confident, successful, and self-aware women unashamed of the personal empires they've built for themselves. That theme of personal independence…
Snowpierce is inspired by the French graphic novel, Le Transperceneige, as well as director Bong Joon-ho's film, a cult drama played by Chris Evans and Tilda Swinton. Melanie Cavill is portrayed by Jennifer Connelly, the train's head of hospitality.
Hunters seems like a jazzed-up recreation of actual efforts to find and prosecute Nazis in the decades after World War II. In 1977 New York, young Jonah Heidelbaum discovers that hundreds of Nazis have infiltrated the city after they brutally murder his Holocaust survivor grandmother.
The actress recently told us that she looked to her mother while taking on her maternal role of Mia Warren in the new Hulu series. In the eight-episode limited series, the Big Little Lies alum portrays Elena Richardson, a wealthy and perfectionist mother of four thriving in the cookie-cutter…
Since her professional semi-retreat, the actress has resurfaced to give us an unforgettable interpretation in the movie «Judy», based on the play by Peter Quilter «At the end of the rainbow». This is a biopic of the legendary Judy Garland, who remembers that we do not have to end Zellwegger's…
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This book offers a compilation of literary and reference texts destined for Spanish readers of various ages, ranging from those who are being introduced to books and the language, but still haven’t learned to read autonomously and individually, to those who are already proficient in Spanish and are about to commence their university studies.
In Fall 2006, America Reads Spanish launched an on-line survey addressed to librarians in charge of Latin American collections in public, academic and research libraries in the United States of America, so that, in their capacity as experts, they would suggest works germane to the creation of a bibliographic Hispanic database which was initially thought would comprise 500 titles. The works would refer to Spanish letters, language and literatures: fiction, poetry, theater, essays, reference works and children’s literature.
In response to your demand, once again the Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade (ICEX) and the Spanish Association of Publishers Guilds (FGEE), sponsors of the promotional campaign America Reads Spanish, have published this core collection of more than 600 titles of books in Spanish, which is aimed to increase the use and reading of our beautiful language in the thousands of libraries, schools and book stores in the United States of America.