April 23rd, World book day
On April 23rd 1616, two giants of world literature died, two precursors whose work would revolutionize the way fiction was conceived and written: Cervantes and Shakespeare. This coincidence is why April 23rd was chosen by UNESCO to be the World Book and Copyright Day as a celebration to promote the enjoyment of books and reading.
A very special day that our school celebrates in a big way. What book can we recommend on a day like today?
Our teachers, suggest some of their favorites like:
– The return of Cato, by Matilde Asensi.
– Sapiens: a brief history of humankind, by Yuval Noah Harari.
– The language of the body, by Allan Pease.
– The curious incident of the dog at midnight, Mark Haddon.
– The handmaid’s tale, by Margaret Atwood.
– Fantastic mr fox, by Roald Dahl.
– The DNA dictator, by Miguel Pita.
– The grandfather, by Benito Pérez Galdós.
– Murder in the Orient Express, by Agatha Christie.
– Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, by JK Rowling.
Congratulations to everyone for such a good work! .Never stop loving books. 👏👏