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Club de Lectura Presents Colombian writer Gabriel García Márquez. Friday, February 24th from 6 to 8pm

Elementary school students create dual-language newspaper

BURLINGTON — What started out as West View Elementary School classmates drawing comic strips has evolved into something more — the school’s own monthly newspaper, with a twist.

La Aventura del Saber Presents the latest book of Spanish writer Maria Lara: Witch Passport

The Historian continues the magic saga started in 2013 with her book "Witches, Wizards and Unbelievers in the Spanish Golden Age", a work that reaped great satisfaction from the critics and the international media.

The International Book Fair (Liber) returns to Madrid from 4 to 6 October, 2017

The International Book Fair (Liber), organized by Ifema and promoted by the Association of Publishers Guilds of Spain (FGEE), returns to Madrid from 4 to 6 October this year for its 35th anniversary.

Ricard Ruiz Garzón and Francisco Díaz Valladares win the 25th Edebé Awards for Children’s and Youth Literature

On Wednesday, the writers Ricard Ruiz Garzón and Francisco Díaz Valladares were announced as the winners of the 25th Edebé Awards for Children’s and Youth Literature worth 25,000 and 30,000 euros respectively.

The Department of Spanish and Portuguese of the University of California, Irvine, Presents the 4th National Symposium on SPANISH as a HERITAGE LANGUAGE

The Fourth National Symposium on Spanish as a Heritage Language (SSHL) will be held at the University of California, Irvine February 16th - 18th, 2017. Professor Julio Torres, Assistant Professor of Spanish Applied Linguistics and Director of the Spanish Language Program at UCI, invites you to participate in this K-16 community-oriented meeting.

Teachers from Spain add new dimension to Woodland dual-language program

Two teachers came from their native country of Spain within the past few years to teach in the dual language program at Woodland School District 50 in Gurnee.

Editorial Edelvives has announced the winners of its literature awards in the children's category (Ala Delta) and youth (Alandar)

In the children's category, the Ala Delta Award has been given to Oriol Canosa for El Islote de los perros “a portrait of a cosmopolitan city in which people of different races and religions live peacefully, a melting pot of languages and cultures".

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