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Hudson Area Library Offers Two Virtual Adult Spanish Classes

HUDSON — Hudson Area Library’s Adult Spanish Language classes continue online this fall. Classes begin Tuesday, September 8 and continue through Tuesday, November 10. The Advanced Beginner class meets Tuesdays 5:30-6:30pm and Intermediate on Tuesdays 6:30-7:30pm.

Butler community weighs in on their favorite Spanish books

Here are five books to read in honor of National Hispanic Heritage month. Photo courtesy of hispanicheritagemonth.gov.

‘The Idhun Chronicles’ Creators on Netflix’s First Spanish Anime Series

On Sept. 11, Netflix will premiere its first Spanish-produced original anime series “The Idhun Chronicles,” adapted from “The Resistance,” the first volumes of bestselling YA novels from writers Laura Gallego and Andrés Carrión.

Rogers library receives grant for inclusion, will hire Spanish-speaking staff

"We feel like with the percentage of Latino and Spanish-speaking people in our community, we need to improve in that area," said Judy Casey, library director.

11 Spanish-Language Authors You Need on Your Bookshelf

If you don't have them on your "to be read" list, you're missing out. If you're an avid reader (or even if you're not) you should always try to diversify your bookshelf to be more inclusive of different authors, genres, and subjects, because, ...

The San Diego Book Festival is virtual and free, it expands this year its offer in Spanish

The Festival of Books has been organized by The San Diego Union-Tribune for four years.

Philip II, the king of the two legends

The La Esfera de los Libros publishes 'Felipe II, Man, king, myth', by Enrique Martínez Ruiz, his great editorial commitment for this fall.

Ignacio Martínez de Pisón gives another turn of the screw to family relationships

The novel 'Fin de Temporada’ (End of season) explores the story of a toxic motherhood in Spain in the 90s.

Bárbara Blasco wins the Tusquets with a novel about illness, death and feelings

Writer Bárbara Blasco (Valencia, 47 years old) has been proclaimed winner of the 16th Tusquets Novel Editors Prize for Say the Symptoms, a story about a young woman in a sentimental and work crisis whose father is dying in a hospital. The novel will be published in the Andanzas collection on October 6.

The Spanish e-book program ODILO is being used by Salem Public Library

Salem readers have turned to e-books during the pandemic.

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