• Chaplin (Cómic)

      by Enrique Gallud Jardiel y Carmen Corrales

      Charles Chaplin es uno de los más destacados artistas que ha dado el siglo XX y también, sin duda, uno de grandes directores de Hollywood, aparte de su enorme talento interpretativo. Su gran creación fue el personaje de «Charlot», que llegó a ser conocido por el público de todo el mundo. Este entrañable vagabundo ha hecho reír a varias generaciones, al tiempo que ha mostrado lo dura que es la lucha por la vida para los más humildes. Las películas de Chaplin son comedias cómicas y a la vez amargas, que defienden la causa de los desheredados de la fortuna, lo que le supuso a su autor críticas y hasta persecución política. La vida de Chaplin fue, como sus obras cinematográficas, intensa, apasionante y de gran interés. En este cómic se recoge toda ella para que chicos y grandes aprendan y recuerden en qué consiste ser un verdadero artista.

    • Adventure stories (Children's/YA)
      November 2018

      Los Guardianes del Castillo

      by Nacho Golfe

      A new castle has appeared in the park. An adventure awaits you inside. It just takes a little imagination.

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      February 2020

      You are Not Your Selfie

      9 digital secrets that everybody knows but nobody explains

      by Liliana Arroyo

    • Humanities & Social Sciences

      The True Professional

      First and Second Steps in the Workplace

      by David Cerdá

      The True Professional. First and Second Stpes lin the Workplace How to manage a new job, and how to leave it with elegance. How to be competent and competitive. How to trust others, and that they trust you. How to let yourself be taught, and be willing to teach. How important is reputation. How to approach your professional vocation as a service to others. Aimed at people who lead business management, organizational management, innovation and personal growth.

    • Children's & YA
      July 2020

      Double Quiz

      Two books in one!

      by Víctor Escandell, Ana Gallo

      Double Quiz will put your knowledge to the test, covering everything from History to Literature and Architecture to Sports or Cinema. An amazing book that splits into two books to play, one for each player or team. One book contains the even numbered questions and odd numbered answers and the other book is the opposite. Start playing and enjoy testing your knowledge!

    • Children's & YA
      October 2020

      Lost landscapes of Earth

      by Aina Bestard

      The history of the Earth describes the most important events and fundamental stages in the development of the planet Earth from its formation to the present day. The age of the Earth is about 4.56 billion years. Nearly all branches of science have helped us understand the main events of the Earth’s past. Geologic time is the billions of years since the planet Earth began developing. Geologists study rocks and fossils, or remains of living things that have been preserved in the ground. The rocks and fossils tell the story of Earth from when its crust formed billions of years ago to the present. This book follow the major events of the history of Earyh through marvelous illustrations accompanie by a comprehensive text that helps the reader understand the science behind these drawings and the geologic remains and fossils that they portray.

    • Children's & YA
      March 2020


      by Soledad Romero, Mariona Cabassa

      The whole Universe flows in eternal natural cycles. Things don’t disappear; they are transformed in an eternal wheel of creation and destruction, of life and death. The cosmos offers an infinity that we can only admire with open eyes to better understand our existence.This series explores, focusing on different subjects, how the Universe revolves: how things are born, grow, learn, explore, transform, feel, wither, die, and are reborn again as majestic phoenixes.Each book of the series will show the powerful energies that transform Nature and Universe.

    • Children's & YA
      March 2020

      Measuring is fun

      by Mireia Trius, Òscar Julve

      An illustrated unit conversion book, which helps children to understand how long, large or heavy something is by equating it with physical real life objects, which children can easily relate to. Describing how small or big an object is can be difficult at times. Kids tend to think that seeing is believing and they will find this book very useful. The book shows illustrations of objects scaled to actual size. It includes examples of weight, lenght, volume, area and time.

    • Children's & YA
      September 2020

      Secret life of Viruses

      by Mariona Tolosa Sisteré, Ellas Lideran collective

      A tiny creature invisible to the naked eye is causing one of the biggest global health crisis we have ever experienced. Coronavirus news are on our TVs, newspapers, social media and family video calls every day. We are quickly learning scientific concepts such as exponential growth or how to "flatten the curve" to protect the most vulnerable members of our society.But what is a virus? where do they live? How many viruses are there? Are all viruses bad? How do we fight them? To answer all these questions, we present The Secret Life of Viruses, a book for grownups and kids about the story of viruses everywehere. A book on how to learn to coexist with viruses without fear.

    • La nostalgia del limonero

      by Mari Pau Domínguez

      The Nostalgia of the Lemon Tree. Concha is Andalusian and emigrated to Catalonia in the 1960s. Her daughter, Paz, has just divorced and is in financial and emotional ruin, which is why she decides to return to the old family house in Barcelona, ​​a place and a city which she had left never to return. Since adolescence, Paz's obsession has been to leave behind her past as a daughter of immigrants, tired of being "the Catalan" during summers in the village near Seville where they come from and "the Andalusian" the rest of the year in the middle-class neighborhood of her parents. Paz returns to Barcelona with many open issues and a bitter sense of failure and stagnation that coincides with the social and political crisis of the moment. Paz has never known the details of her mother’s story, Concha, a woman full of energy and passion who has managed to deal with life’s setbacks: the disappointment of her marriage after a whirlwind courtship, the terrible floods of Catalonia in 1962 of which she was a victim, the harshness of the first years of immigration, the impossibility of personal fulfilment through a love story later in life, and the growing distance away from her only daughter, through which she projects all her illusions.

    • Blog

      What is happening to me?

      by Carme Morera; Tona Català

      “I’m Carmen. I was born on the 9th of the 9th in the year 99with 9 toes. From the very first moment my father and mother sensed that I would be different”. This is the beginning of this funny book that includes the experiences of Carmen Morera, a teenager girl with intellectual disability, written by her mother, Tona Català. Throughout 90 pages, WHAT IS HAPPENING TO ME we can discover what life is like for Carmen told with large doses of humor, but also tenderness. Finding out the funniest anecdotes, but at the same time real selfimprovement lessons without losing the wit and the unceremonious, innocent look in front of all kinds of events.

    • Fiction

      La Forastera

      by Olga Merino

      A contemporary western set in the rugged, unforgiving territory ofrural Spain. A thrilling story about human resilience. For the locals, Angie is the village crazy lady. She lives isolated and alone in the country, surrounded by ghosts who torment her with childhood memories of a poor working-class neighbourhood in Barcelona and a passionate love affair in her youth with an artist from London. One morning, Angie discovers the lifeless body of the local landowner hanging from the branch of a walnut tree. This news endangers her own land and the future of the entire village. In her struggle to keep what’s hers, Angie uncovers a series of secrets deeply buried in that land. This leads to a liberating realisation: once you lose everything, they can’t take anything away from you. And then you’re invincible.

    • Fiction
      November 2019


      by Francisco Narla

      A historical adventure, well based and documented, thrilling and coming from a well known author. A portrait of those battles between muslims and christians that changed Europe for ever. BIC; FV – FJH BISAC; FIC014000

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      February 2019

      Breve historia de la vida cotidiana de la Grecia clásica

      by Gonzalo Ollero de Landáburu

      Discover life and culture in the brilliant Greece during its classical period; its fragmented political system, and the rights of citizens, education, arts and leisure, housing and urbanism, ceremonies and mythology, travel, food, and the military world. A rigorous and didactic tour thorugh wisdom, customs, and traditions from the cradle of Western civilisation. Greece is the land of gods and heroes, Kings and Princes, and the birthplace of one of the most brilliant civilizations in antiquity. But what do we know of their daily chores? What were they engaged in? Where were they living? How did they enjoy themselves? How did gods influence upon citizens? In Brief history of everyday life in Ancient Greece, the reader will be able to learn other aspects that appear as important as wars and battles but which are often unnoticed, or not taken into account, since all the limelight usually focuses on the political and military events.

    • Other graphic art forms
      May 2008

      My First 80,000 Words

      by 333 illustrators

      333 of the most prestigious illustrators and graphic artists from different countries are participating in this singular project. Each was asked to choose a single word, one they considered as their favourite, and do the illustration for it.

    • Spanish Civil War
      March 2020



      by Jordi Martí-Rueda

      Fanny Schoonhey was said to be the bravest woman in Barcelona. Felicia Browne decided it was time to put down her paintbrushes for the gun. The Nielsen brothers took three bicycles and pedalled all the way from Copenhagen to the Pyrenees. Penny Phelps, a nurse, was worried about the wine in a fur vessel that had been shared by many and was about to be handed to her. During the Spanish Civil War something extraordinary happened. Thousands of men and women from all over the world left their families and jobs to cross borders to fight fascism in the Iberian peninsula. History had never seen a wave of solidarity like this and it has not been seen since. ‘Brigadistas’ gives us 60 stories on those who took part in the International Brigades. They could be fictional material but the tales are real. And they tell us how during the epic events of the Civil War people loved, dared, and were scared. They wanted to cry and even laugh. Keeping their memories alive is more necessary than ever.

    • Environmentalist thought & ideology
      February 2020


      the 99% against climate emergency

      by Salvador Lladó

      We live in one of the most crucial periods of human history and we are pawns in a chess game that pits capitalism against every other living form in the planet. In Stand and Deliver! Salvador Lledó shows us the way out of the ecological crisis we currently live in – and he makes it understandable and entertaining. From the main cause (how our economic system needs growth) to the main symptom, the climate emergency, to the wide range of political proposals born from the need to bring the way we produce and consume and destroy our nature to a full stop. The book allows us to understand the scope of the natural catastrophe and what does it mean every solution we are confronted with. But it also invite us to ponder our lifestyles: if our Western societies are no more than an illusion fuelled by an amount of energy that we will never see again, if we have to organize to build for everybody a liveable future, in balance with our planet. Otherwise, the answer will be too late and leave many stranded.

    • Dating, relationships, living together & marriage


      by Several authors

      Sex? Love? Relationship? Partner? Free love? You have a challenge in your hands. It is a challenge against yourself and against everything you have learned, that we have been taught. It compels us to change the way we see the world. It moves us to rethink your sexual-affective relationships from a new, radical angle. Explicit content here! The one that can hurt your sensibility. After reading this book you could discover that your life and relationships were not what you thought. A shock? That’s precisely the intention: to force us to think about things we never thought we would ever had to think about. In Defence of Aphrodite wants to be a collective call to develop new forms of free relationship, were our sexual liberty is a key piece in the construction of a new men and women in a new society. (Spanish rights sold)

    • Ball games


      by Carles Viñas

      Football took foot in Russia at the end of the 19 th Century, a country of Imperial decadence on the brink of a proletarian revolution. This fact influenced the course of History – and of course the history of football with it. This book explores how football came to Imperial Russia and evolved in the Soviet Union. In their beginnings in Tsarist Russia, football was considered an oddity, an entertainment reserved to local nobles and expatriates. It was after the October Revolution that football became a cultural phenomenon with strong working-class roots. Football was seen in a different light by those who had something to do with it: the courtiers of the Tsar were repulsed by what they considered to be a foreign sport and revolutionaries thought of it as a bourgeois amusement that diverted the attention of the toilers from more vital affairs. When did the situation change? Why those who reprobate the practice of the sport ended up instrumentalising it? How the Russian revolution changed football? Were the clubs political before the Bolsheviks? How a bourgeois sport came to be the favourite hobby of the Soviet working class?

    • Ball games


      by Carles Viñas i Natxo Parra

      This is not a book about football. It is more than a collection of anecdotes, data, goals and players of a club. Carles Viñas and Natxo Parra follow the story of St. Pauli through German history, from the unification of the country in the 19 th Century to its present. The field is itself a metaphor: of social struggles, worker’s demands, resistance to Nazism and ecological and anti- nuclear militant demonstrations. From promotions and relegations, squatters, popular empowerment, the founding of the Bundesliga, gentrification, club culture, anti-racism, anti- fascism and anti-sexism. St. Pauli is more than a football club. It is a way of understanding football, its ties with the community and the neighbourhood, to everyday. It’s a metaphor of a city, Hamburg. But not everything is as nice as it sounds. Even for the St. Pauli, a club between professional football, navigating through the contradictions of modern football, where money is everything. Viñas and Parra shows us what is hidden behind the skull and bones of the St. Pauli, the pirates of the Bundesliga.*English rights sold

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