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What are the Academic Benefits of Reading Literature Books for Children and Teenagers?

Did you ever wonder why school administrators are focused on developing the reading habits of children and young adults?   Reading literary work is a part of every educational curriculum to help promote children’s reading abilities.  Literature is vital in the … Continue reading

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Quixen Contar a Guerra Tirandolle Glamour Facer da Violencia Algo Vulgar

The statement Quixen Contar a Guerra Tirandolle Glamour Facer da Violencia Algo Vulgar was mentioned by Anxo Miguel Murado in his Tertulias Literarias for Bibliotica Central Rialeda.     Anxo Murado was sent by United Nations as a representative to … Continue reading

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Un Epistolario de Ramon Pineiro

Un Epistolario de Ramon Pineiro was written by Francisco Fernandez del Riego.  It is a selection of letters in a long chronological sequence when Ramon Pinero assigned the author Francisco Fernandez del Riego, his partner and friend, in the task of … Continue reading

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Cando era Tempo de Inverno

Cando era Tempo de Inverno or When it was Winter Time was written by Pepa Barrios and Illustrated by Sotelo Blanco. This book presents a different life stories about the post war in Lugo and other provincial towns.  It presents a … Continue reading

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Simone de Beauvoir non Naceu En Galego

Simone de Beauvoir non Naceu En Galego means Simone de Beauvoir was born not in Galician.  Simone de Beauvoir was born in Paris, France on the 9th of January 1908.  She died on April 14, 1986 and she was considered … Continue reading

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O Segundo Sexo Tomo I os Feitos e os Mitos

The O Segundo Sexo Tomo I os Feitos e os Mitos or The Second Sex Volume I the Facts and Myths is an essay form written by Simone de Beauvoir and translated by Marga Rodriguez Marcuno.  This work is essential … 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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Muller Ceiba

Muller Ceiba or Loose Woman is a Galician Edition Book written by Sandra Cisneros and translated by Marilar Aleixandre. It is a 98 pages book which is described as controversial and explosive. It is about a woman who voice out … Continue reading

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Iolanda Zuniga

Iolanda Zuniga or also known as Yolanda Perez Zuniga is a well-known Galician language writer.  Her first published book in 2007 is entitled Post it Lives with 46 micro-stories with diverse themes but related to everyday situations.  In 2008, she … Continue reading

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Fina Casalderrey no Club de Lectura Lendo Contigo

The translation of Fina Casalderrey no Club de Lectura Lendo Contigo means Fina Casalderrey was in Reading with you. The well known writer, Fina Casalderrey  joined the Reading club called Reading With You, to assists and share stories with children … Continue reading

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