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Diplomas Count 2012 focus on Latino students

Editorial Projects in Education publishes the 2012 edition of Diplomas Count, with emphasis on Latino students.

Cuento de Luz won International Latino Book Awards

The children's book publisher won two first places, two second places and two honorable mentions.

Book Expo America Announces Mexico Is Guest Of Honor At Global Market Forum in 2013

The Global Market Forum runs concurrently with BEA activities, and is specifically designed to serve all international attendees as well as all domestic publishing personnel with an investment in international publishing and book industry concerns.

Instituto Cervantes New York to host two events about García Lorca this week

The film screening of the documentary “Lorca, así que pasen cien años” and the launch of “The Lover from Uruguay” will be held June 12 and 13 respectively at the institute’s quarters.

More Pre-K Programs Needed for Dual-Language Learners, says report

On her blog, Learning the Language, Lesli A. Maxwell, writes about the conclusions of a recent report from the Center for American Progress.

Días de Cine movie is now available for two weeks

“Más allá del Jardín”, based on Antonio Gala's novel, is featured at the Días de Cine Reading Club. This initiative is sponsored by the America Reads Spanish program and the American Library Association to promote literature and the Spanish language in American libraries and universities. Starting this week, the films will be available for two weeks.

DILVE offers resources, tools for a better experience consulting its database

The distributor of information about Spanish books helps its clients reach full potential in all its data.

McNally Jackson has lots of cultural activities in June

The New York- based library hosts weekly activities, for adults and kids, including book clubs and a puppet show.

Tombooktu, a publisher specialized on ebooks, is born

Ediciones Nowtilus presents Tombooktu, a new publisher dedicated to edit electronic books from well known authors, at a reasonable price.

Should Libraries Sell E-books? You answer

In a column published by Publishing Perspectives, editor-in-chief Edward Nawotka asks his readers to cast their vote.

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