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WSU Spanish students write books for children

If you want to enjoy "Mackey, El Pingüino Macaroni," you'd better be able to speak Spanish. Or at least ask one of the kindergarten students at Winona's Madison Elementary School to tell you what the story is about. The students got to hear the story Thursday when its author and illustrator, Winona State University freshman Anna Rogahn, read it in their class.

Former LA resident pens well-reviewed book about Spanish

Author Judy Hochberg lived in Los Alamos from 1989 to 2000 and recently published a book about Spanish with Bloomsbury Academic Press. Hochberg has a Ph.D. in linguistics from Stanford University and teaches Spanish at Fordham University, New York.

Babelia Recommends this week 7 books

Learn more about the books recommended by Babelia (El País). Gerardo Diego, Carlo Emilio Gadda and José Ovejero are among the featured authors.

Get to know this week's List for the week 18 ending on May 7th, 2017

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 18 of 2017 (week ending 5/07/2017).

CCEMiami, Cuatrogatos Foundation and Miami Book Fair Present Author Alejandro Palomas

Alejandro Palomas, National Prize of Children's Literature 2016, is the author of "Un hijo", "Una madre", "Un perro" and "Agua cerrada" .

Fluentu: a Spanish Language and Cultural Blog

Take the Plunge! The Ultimate Guide to Learning Spanish in Spain. Are you thinking about learning Spanish in Spain?. First of all, great decision. Learning Spanish by immersion is a surefire way to quickly pick up a language and have fun doing it. By hannahgreenwald

What's New for Books In Spanish

Get to know he latest news on books in Spanish: The Premio Alfaguara 2017 Winner, After Purchase, Ediciones B Continues with Spanish Publishers, Maximo Potencial to Be Distributed by IPG

Spanish Novelist Tells Why He Won’t Have His Books Made into Films, TV Series

BUENOS AIRES – Spanish writer Carlos Ruiz Zafon championed the novel as a supreme art form, and explained why he won’t have his books made into movies or TV series during an interview with EFE in Buenos Aires.

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