Do you read in a language other than your native tongue? I

Do you read in a language other than your native tongue? I

4/22/2021, 6:18:44 PM
Do you read in a language other than your native tongue? I try to keep up on my Portugese by reading translated titles, and am always amazed and thankful for translators— because that is hard work! . In honor of World Book Day tomorrow, Amazon Crossing/ @amazonpublishing #sponsored ) is giving away nine award-winning international books that have been translated into English through Kindle Books in translation. These books can be downloaded for free to your device until April 24th (in select countries) to celebrate the power to connect people across language, country, and culture through the power of storytelling. . You can use the link in my bio ( www.amazon.com/WorldBookDay-Hikari —this is NOT an affiliated link) to download all nine eBooks. . Even though I downloaded all of the books, I was, of course, drawn to “The Murmur of Bees” first because I love anything associated with bees (and the cover is gorgeous) This is Mexican author Sofía Segovia’s first novel to be translated to English and is set against the backdrop of the Mexican Revolution and the devastating influenza of 1918. There is a kid in this story that is “followed by his protective swarm of bees” and if that isn’t my dream life then I don’t know what is. haha. It’s a pretty cool opportunity to open my own world of reading to books I would not have been able to read before and experience these stories. . #readtheworld #themurmurofbees #sofiasegovia #translatedbooks #translatedfiction #translated #savethebees #queenbee #beelove #freedownloads #onthebed #onthebedproject #cozyvibes #hygge #bedroomstories #cozybedroom #kindlebooks #ereader #booksaremylife #totalbooknerd

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