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LéaLA, the Spanish Book Fair of Los Angeles, includes more authors and publishers

The Second Edition of the Spanish Book Fair in Los Angeles will be May 11 – 13, at the Los Angeles Convention Center, South Hall K. Admission is free and open to everyone.

Para Selena, con amor / To Selena, With Love by Chris Perez and published by Celebra is #1 Best Selling Title in Spanish in the US for Week 17

Nielsen BookScan, part of the Nielsen Company (US) LLC, and America Reads Spanish (ARS) present the free, weekly list of the Spanish bestseller titles in the US Market for week 17 of 2012 (week ending 04/29/2012).

Students of Spanish at any age can benefit from SGEL's broad catalogue

Carlos Barroso, SGEL director, talks to America Reads Spanish about the company's catalog, latest releases and their online teacher resources for Spanish as a second language.

Días de Cine presents “Cómo ser infeliz y disfrutarlo” this week

The movie, based on Carmen Rico Godoy's novel with the same name, is featured this week 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.

Tech exhibitors occupy more and more space on book fairs

Javier Celaya writes in dosdoce.com an interesting piece on the increasing presence of technological exhibitors in book fairs, after visiting the latest edition of the London Book Fair.

Today, April 23rd, is the World Book and Copyright day

On April 23 the world commemorates either the birthand death of prominent authors, that is why Unesco choose the date to celebrate the Book day.

Artist, calligrapher, and binder collaborate to honor poets Neruda, and García Lorca with series of unique artists’ books

“Things that Dream: Contemporary Calligraphic Artists' Books” / “Cosas que sueñan: Libros de artistas caligráficos contemporáneos” will open Thursday, April 19, at Stanford University. The exhibition is free and open to the public.

Consumiami analyzed the future of editorial world

eBook far from substituting physical book, segments readers based on necessity and use, and publishers must search for a new value for books, are some of the conclusions reached by the panel of experts.

Amazon.com Introduces eBooks Kindle en Español, a Kindle Store with the Largest Selection of Spanish-Language Bestsellers Available Anywhere in the U.S.

Customers can now select from over 30,000 Spanish-language Kindle books, including exclusive Kindle Singles.

Habla con Eñe is teaching Spanish through culture

Fernando Bona, Habla con Eñe director, tells America Reads Spanish about the company's vision, its catalog and latest releases for the US market. Bona will also talk about the publisher's future projects and their online teacher resources for Spanish as a second language.

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