Program of activities of the International Institute for the Night of the Books on April 27, 2011

Next Wednesday, April 27, at the International Institute, commemorating Book Day, a total of 7 activities will take place from 17:22 p.m. to XNUMX:XNUMX p.m. as a contribution to La Noche de los Libros, the great urban festival on literature and books in the Community of Madrid.

Below we detail our programming:

17:20 p.m. – 104:XNUMX p.m. – In Room XNUMX

Book Fair For Kids and Teens / Children's and youth book fair in English

Children's and youth book fair in English to encourage reading with a selection of books from the Scholastic publishing house at very affordable prices.

18:19 p.m. -XNUMX:XNUMX p.m. - In the library:

Kid's Storytelling session with Oliver's Interactive Stories.  

Storytelling in English aimed at children from 4 to 8 years old with an advanced level of the language by the Storyteller Oliver (Brian George) and about the book "The Seven Chinese Brothers".

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19-20 p.m. – In Room 303:

Workshop-Presentation of the book “Teach Yourself English Pronunciation: An Interactive Course for Spanish Speakers” by Eva Estebas Vilaplana 

Presentation in which the author will give us the keys to this interactive manual aimed at Spanish speakers who seek to improve their English pronunciation.

The author and Juana Gil Fernández, director of the Phonetics Laboratory of the Higher Center for Scientific Research, will intervene.

With the collaboration of: Editorial Netbiblio.

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19:30 p.m. – 21 p.m. – In the Auditorium          

Meeting with authors. “Two views of the United States from both sides of the ocean: Antonio Orejudo chats with the American novelist Tom Drury”          

The authors will debate among themselves and with the public about books, writing, youth in the US and literary trends.

With the collaboration of: Embassy of the United States and 451 Publishers.

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20 p.m. - In the library

Awards Ceremony of the Short Story Contest of the International Institute        

Awards ceremony for the XNUMXst Short Story Contest, adult and child-juvenile categories in Spanish and English.

With the collaboration of: Editorial Siruela.

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20:30 p.m. – 21:30 p.m. – In the Library

Reading by Clara Obligado and some of the authors of the micro-story anthologies “Please be brief”.

Reading to approach the best minification of Spanish and Latin American writers. Texts by both new and great authors will be read, with musical accompaniment.

With the collaboration of: Editorial Foam Pages.

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21:30 p.m. - in the cafeteria

Live music by Isfahan Jazz Trio with wine tasting.

Jazz trio made up of Antonio Bravo on guitar, Jorge Frías on double bass and Marcos Monge on tenor sax.

Admission to all acts is free until full capacity is reached.

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