TodoLiteratura interviews Germán Díaz Barrio

Germán Díaz Barrio, born in Buenavista de Valdavia, Palencia province, is now a resident of Valladolid.

Expert: Bilingual students more likely to succeed in school, go to college

Being bilingual or even multilingual should be seen as an asset and resource to schools and communities, rather than a deficit that needs to be remedied, said Maria Franquiz, a bilingual education expert and University of Utah professor who spoke at Baylor University on Tuesday.

Literary Suggestions from the Cervantes Institute NY

Instituto Cervantes is a not for profit organization created by the Spanish government in 1991. Its mission is to promote the Spanish language and to contribute to the advancement of the cultures of all Spanish speaking countries and communities.

This Week Bestsellers Books in Spanish - Amazon

Get to know the best selling books in Spanish through the Amazon bookstore. These are the Amazon top ten titles. The list is updated hourly.

This Week Bestsellers Books in Spanish - Barnes & Noble

Get to know the best selling books in Spanish through the Barnes&Noble bookstore

Babelia (El País' cultural section) picks 8 titles this week

Get to know the eight titles recommended by Babelia this week.

A New Children Books Workshop Announced For 2019

America Reads Spanish is organizing its third Children Books Workshop and Expo for professionals in the city of Chicago. This event is being arranged to provide a tool for teachers, district administrators, librarians, distributors and other professionals of the industry.

News Bulletin from ARCE - New Releases Bulletin and Latest News, February 18th, 2019

The Spanish Association of Cultural Magazines (ARCE), based in Madrid, is an association of publishers of cultural journals and magazines. It was established in 1983 following the initiative of several publishers of this type of publications.

The Spanish Government and the City of Los Angeles are discussing the opening of a Cervantes Institute

“The future of Spanish is being decided in the USA”, says the director of the Institution, Luis García Montero.

Historical novel. Emilio Lara wins the 2nd Edhasa Prize for Historic Narrative with Tiempos de esperanza (Times of Hope)

The jury, this year presided by Daniel Fernandez, editor and president of Edhasa

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