Tag Archives: Galician language

Chamademe Simbad

Chamademe Simbad presents a fantastic and funny story about a boy named Paul or also known as the Sinbad the Sailor.  One of the main characters of the story is his grandfather who got an Alzheimer’s disease.  His grandfather frequently … Continue reading

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Oscar Villan

Oscar Villan was a graduate of Bachelor of Fine Arts with Specialization in Painting in the Facultade Ponteverda.  He illustrated the famous book Kalandraka which earned him the title of National Illustration Award in 1999. He was also an illustrator … Continue reading

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Eva Lopez

Eva Lopez discovered her talent for singing and dancing when she was six years of age.  She attended a Modern Jazz School in Montepellier and studied Lyric Music in Beziers.  She also became a part of the orchestras “Le Grand … Continue reading

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Caderno Alvarez Blazquez Praza

The translation of Caderno Alvarez Blazquez Praza is Notebook Alvarez Blasquez Square.  In celebration of the Dia das Letras Galegas, the event is dedicated to Maria Alvarez Xose Blasquez for his great contributions in the Galician literature. Maria Xose Blasquez … Continue reading

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A Illa dos Cangrexos Violinistas

A Illa dos Cangrexos Violinistas or The Island of Violinist Crabs was written by Xavier Queipo and illustrated by Jesus Cisneros. This book was published on September of 2009.  The book is intended for children and youth readings.  It presents … Continue reading

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Concha Costas

Concha Costas is the president of the De Espazo Lectura.  She is also active in the Agustin Fernandez Paz Library in reading and design presentations.  She is a promoter of Galician literature and culture and took several initiatives to help … Continue reading

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Anxo Moure

Anxo Moure works in a local NGO that provides bicycle for reading in Central Africa.  He invented the bicycle-taxi to promote environmental awareness and for reading campaigns.  His invention called Eco Bike Taxi is also popularly known as a Bicycle … Continue reading

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Bertino Rompetodo

The book Bertino Rompetodo or if translated in English means Bertino Break Over, is an Infantil E Xuvenil Merlin Merlino Galician Edition was written by well-known author Ramon Caride or also known as Ramon Caride Ogando and illustrated by Chus … Continue reading

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Xela Volveuse Vampira

The Xela Volveuse Vampira was written by Fina Casalderrey and pictures contributed by Naomi Lopez.  This was published by Edicions Baia in A Coruna on 2007.  This is a story about a teacher named Xela who is considered by her … Continue reading

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O Que Ben Che Quer

The O Que Ben Che Quer can be translated as either Well What you Want or What you want Good.  This book was written by Jose Maria Alvarez and illustrated by Bertha Blazquez Caccamo.  This literary composition is created by … Continue reading

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