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The audiobook boom in Spain.

It’s increasingly common to find writers who prioritize audio, and prestigious authors who trust the format to help enhance the reading experience.

Javier Velasco of TodoLiteratura interviews Jesús Ávila Granados: “The trail is more spiritual than the road.”

Jesús Ávila Granados is a renowned journalist and writer from Granada, author of 109 books.

5 Latino-Run Bookstores in New York that You can Support

Despite competition from behemoths like Amazon, independent bookstores are thriving. A recent American Booksellers Association report found that since 2009, the number of independent bookshops has increased 31 percent. By Yara Simón

Instituto Cervantes In NY - XXVIII Symposium For Children And Young Adult Literature & Book Fair.

The Instituto Cervantes in New York is celebrating its XXVIII Symposium for Children and Young Adult Literature on Friday, May 31, 2019.

America Reads Spanish is organizing its third Children’s Books Workshop in Chicago

Chicago Public Library is hosting the third America Reads Spanish Children’s Books Workshop on May 23rd.

Digitalia Hispánica Celebrates World Book Day

World Book Day is a commemoration celebrated worldwide with the aim of promoting reading, the publishing industry and the protection of intellectual property through copyright. Since 1996 it is an international celebration promoted by UNESCO.

Dual-language program expands in Walla Walla

Demand for the Walla Walla School District’s dual-language program has continued to grow, fueling an expansion of two new kindergarten classes at Green Park Elementary next fall, school district officials said this week.

New Children's Books in Spanish and Bilingual Aim to Guide Value-Centered Conversations among Hispanic Families with Young Children

Loyola Press is proud to announce the launch of two children's books in Spanish and bilingual (Spanish and English), providing positive faith-based messages and experiences for parents and grandparents in the Hispanic community to share with their children.

Martinsville 4th-graders dance to Spanish lessons (VIDEO)

Fourth-graders marched single file into the gymnasium of Patrick Henry Elementary School on Friday to thunderously loud applause.

Penguin Random House Celebrates Jewish American Heritage Month

These titles are available through Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial or your favorite distributor .

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