In a pandemic year, the percentage of Spaniards older than 14 years who frequently read books in his spare time, that is to say, at least once a week, has reached an all-time high: 57% (the average of the whole year, reached the 52,7%). en 2019, that figure was 50%. This is the data that the Ministry of Culture and Sports has highlighted in the presentation of the Barometer of Reading and Buying Habits of Books in Spain. The survey reflects data such as that the effect of confinement on reading occurred mainly among minors.. Read More
el martes, 2 In March a new meeting of the Santa Eulària del Riu Reading Club takes place with ‘A season to whistle’ by Ivan Doig. An enjoyable read that helps uncover the life of authentic Montana cowboys of the early 20th century.
The Historical Archive of the City Council of Eivissa has enriched its collection with new donations and acquisitions of documents, including an important collection of letters from individuals from the 1810 acquired from an antiquarian bookstore in Barcelona and a collection of old photographs, donation of Joan Juan Juan.
The AccentObert ’translation collection run by the Ibiza label Edicions Aïllades will be presented in Barcelona on Saturday, 20 February, with poetry readings and with the presence of the director of the collection, Nora Albert.
The Sant Joan Song Contest has been called 2021 aimed at all people of legal age residing or born on the islands of Ibiza and Formentera, individually or in group. The lyrics of the song must be written in Catalan, standard or dialect and the theme is free.