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From the Bank Street Children’s Book Committee

The Spanish Language Affiliate of the Children’s Book Committee at Bank Street College of Education is pleased to announce its annual Best Spanish Language Picture Books 2020 List.

Javier Marías on Secrets and Betrayal — in Politics and Fiction

Javier Marías is Spain's most celebrated contemporary writer. He has been described as "a literary and cultural sensation" — a modern-day Cervantes. His latest novel, Thus Bad Begins, is a psychological, erotic and political thriller that draws on both his country's dark past and his own family history.

Publishers Adopting Libraries

Nórdica Libros endorses the Italian campaign "Adopt a bookstore" and proposes a solidarity strategy to save them.

Carlos Pujol Lagarriga, editor and translator, dies at 54 years old

The editor and translator Carlos Pujol Lagarriga, passed away this Tuesday, March 31 in Barcelona. Cancer has been the cause of death , which he was fighting for years.

The Book Chambers of Spain will maintain the Day of the Book but will delay the commercial celebration.

FEDECALI has reminded that the usual discount of 10% will depend on the organizing entities.

This Week Bestsellers Books in Spanish - Barnes & Noble

Get to know the best selling books in Spanish through the Barnes & Noble bookstore. The list of bestselling tiles changes every day.

Watch Zoe Saldaña & Eva Longoria Read Kids Books in Spanish as Part of the Save With Stories Campaign

It all began with Amy Adams and Jennifer Garner. The two actresses teamed up to create “Save the Stories,” a new initiative that would support a new fund for a combined effort between Save The Children and Share Our Strength’s “No Kid Hungry” campaign.

30 Books for a Quarantine

Personalities from the literary world, arts, thinkers, theatre, movies and politics tell us which books they are currently reading (or which ones they would recommend) during the mandatory quarantine.

Publishers ask urgent help from the European Union

The Federación de Editores Europeos (Federation of European Publishers) have sent a letter to several European Institutions asking them to take measures in order to reduce the impact this crisis will have on the industry.

“El tiempo entre costuras,” “The Da Vinci Code,” and “La sombra del Tiempo” free on Internet

Some publishing houses and authors have decided to share their books online so that readers can withstand the quarantine.

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