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Good reads for young bookworms

Baby’s first years

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A politically-active Mabel Strickland

After Duminku Mintoff, Eddie Fenech Adami, Herbert Ganado, Mgr Victor Grech and Fr Hilary Tagliaferro, it is now...

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In the realm of human rights

Human rights laws are related directly to human existence and human betterment, something Kevin Aquilina has been...

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Some trees of Malta

A new and updated book about Maltese trees could not have come at a more opportune moment. [attach...

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Read through…

Fleeting memoirs In his small collection of fleeting memoirs, Charles Flores spotlights...

The imaginative trigger

Jim Crace, author of acclaimed novels like Quarantine, Being Dead and Harvest, will be returning to Malta for...

St George walked into a casino…

No, it’s not the start of a questionable joke, but your chance to learn all about the valiant St George...

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The Unexplained in Maltese

The Maltese version of the best-selling collection of ghost stories, The Unexplained, has finally been published,...

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Healing diaspora

Lou Drofenik: The Reluctant Healer Horizons 2018 Lou Drofenik’s...

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Revisting history

Mark Camilleri: A Materialist Revision of Maltese History: 1919-1979SKS,...

Danusan show at the book festival

Il-Kotba Jieħdu l-Ħajja (literally meaning ‘books taking on a life of their own’) is an activity...

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Book launch

Christina Gillgren’s A Little Bit of MisChief, a light hearted, whimsical account of seven years spent...

When the book is king

The annual Malta Book Festival is the most important book event in the Maltese calendar. Around 30,000 people...

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A Russian traveller in 18th-century Malta

Grigory Krayevsky:A short description of the island of Malta and the Order of St John

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Maltese-Australian award-winning novelist Lou Drofenik at the Malta Book Festival

Novelist Lou Drofenik, who won the National Book Prize for best novel in 2017 with The Confectioner’s...

Launch of 50-year-old Alfred Sant novel

Alfred Sant’s classic novel, L-Ewwel Weraq tal-Bajtar (Prickly pears in bloom), first issued...

Painting a wartime picture

Caroline Miggiani: The Official Coloursof War, Recording WWII in Malta.Kite Group,...

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Arnold Cassola book to be launched 

A book by Arnold Cassola called I Maltesi di Vittoria e Scoglitti (1628-1846), published by Morrone Editore, will...

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The female angle at this year’s book festival

This year’s Malta Book Festival will register a rise in female representation, with the festival’s...

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New book on the people who built Ġgantija

Għajnsielem author Revel Barker will be signing copies of his latest book at the Harbour Craft studio,...