Reading Around the Globe: Yani in Puerto Rico

“The libraries here are for education only, most of them are part of the universities.”

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Welcome to Reading Around the Globe, a series here on Reader Voracious Blog geared at fostering a culture of understanding in the bookish community about access to books in various countries around the world. Each post in the series highlights a full interview with one international reader. You can read more about this series and catch up on previous interviews on the master post.

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Reading Around the Globe: Kristina in Canada

“Because I enjoy books written in Franceโ€™s French, yes. We have no problem having English books available in our town, mostly because of us being legally bilingual & English peeps having LOTS more advantages VS us French speakers.. But as I said our French section is not even half of the English section.”

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Welcome to Reading Around the Globe, a series here on Reader Voracious Blog geared at fostering a culture of understanding in the bookish community about access to books in various countries around the world. Each post in the series highlights a full interview with one international reader. You can read more about this series and catch up on previous interviews on the master post.

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Reading Around the Globe: Sakhile from Zimbabwe

“Itโ€™s actually more difficult to find books published in African languages than it is to find English, French or Portuguese books. There are writing clubs that support African language authors but they are not as readily available to the public.”

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Welcome to Reading Around the Globe, a series here on Reader Voracious Blog geared at fostering a culture of understanding in the bookish community about access to books in various countries around the world. Each post in the series highlights a full interview with one international reader. You can read more about this series and catch up on previous interviews on the master post.

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Reading Around the Globe: Luci in The Netherlands

“My libraries have quite some books, but they don’t get new ones very often. Since most of the libraries are Dutch and have mostly Dutch books, I’d have to wait till a book is translated, published here, and then after a year or so, its available in the library.”

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Welcome to Reading Around the Globe, a series here on Reader Voracious Blog geared at fostering a culture of understanding in the bookish community about access to books in various countries around the world. Each post in the series highlights a full interview with one international reader. You can read more about this series and catch up on previous interviews on the master post.

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Reading Around the Globe: Himani in India

“Meerut has been known for its education and culture for reading and writing and has even given many learned writers to India. So, I feel there is a culture of reading here and at least the coming generation is much more learned and fond of reading here.”

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Welcome to Reading Around the Globe, a series here on Reader Voracious Blog geared at fostering a culture of understanding in the bookish community about access to books in various countries around the world. Each post in the series highlights a full interview with one international reader. You can read more about this series and catch up on previous interviews on the master post.

  1. What is your name? Luxurious & elegant, I have the memory of an elephant;
    Loving all of lifeโ€™s finer pleasures, gifted am I at acquiring more coffers & treasures. I am a Taurian and I am called Himani Kaushik.
  2. Blog URL? Books&Sstuff
  3. Twitter handle? @BooksSstuff
  4. Where do you live? I live in Meerut, India. The place is known is known as the โ€˜Sports capital of Indiaโ€™. Also known in history as the place from where the โ€˜Revolt of 1857โ€™ started against colonialism before independence.

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