“Weird Foods of Portugal: Adventures of an Expat,” by Wendy Lee Hermance is humorous true stories of an American near-vegetarian trying to fit into Portugal, was recorded on January 19-21, soon to be available as an audio book.
A new contemporary, and not so fictional, geopolitical thriller by Réal Laplaine. Vladimir Putin has just met his match.
Aprender Português com Poesia/Learn Portuguese with Poetry was published by Rita Faria, and it is available on www.amazon.com. The author, whose main goal is widespread knowledge and joy through her native language, is a translator, teaches Portuguese as Foreigner Language and is co-founder of the learning platform www.portuguesefromportugal.com.
A captivating and emotional story of survival and second chances. The book that shines a light on the plight of abandoned animals.
Old Mother West Wind Tales is an updated version of the century-old classic by Thornton W. Burgess, rewritten in a lyrical and easier-to-read-aloud modern style, to be launched on May 15th.
Taking place on the 23rd of April every year, World Book Day is a day to celebrate the joys of books and reading and to encourage reading enjoyment. But which type of book is most popular in Portugal?
The book Alyson Sheldrake has dreamed about writing ever since she first started putting Living the Dream together - Kat's story is a blend of fiction and memoir.
On Saturday 9th April, at 3pm at the restaurant Fortaleza da Luz (Praia da Luz) there will be a launch of a special cookbook, 'Cooking for All Seasons, Healthy Eating Throughout the Year' by Lagos resident, Rosário Magalhães.
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