Cataloging your Spanish-language books just got a lot easier. We already have user-translated Spanish language site, www.LibraryThing.es, our fourth-most popular site. But we didn’t have good Spanish sources.
So today I’ve added 20 Spanish sources, including a bookstore and nineteen libraries.
The bookstore, deastore.com, is an excellent source for recent books, popular paperbacks and cover images, mostly from Spain. Deastore is critical insofar as Amazon, our most-used source, has no Spanish or Latin American site, and few Spanish books. The libraries provide depth, including older books and–although all but one are from Spain itself–books from elsewhere in the Spanish-speaking world.
You can add sources to your options here. Here’s the complete list:
- Biblioteca Central de La Rioja
- Biblioteca de Castilla y Leon
- Biblioteca Foral de Bizkaia
- Biblioteca Pública de Avila
- Biblioteca Pública de Burgos
- Biblioteca Pública de Palencia
- Biblioteca Pública de Salamanca
- Biblioteca Pública de Segovia
- Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes
- Congreso de los Diputados
- Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
- Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
- Universidad Complutense de Madrid
- Universidad de Alcalá de Henares
- Universidad de Alicante
- Universidad de Burgos
- Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED)
- Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
- Universidad Pública de Navarra
Did you make it this far? The first 25 people to write to firstname.lastname@example.org from a Spanish-language email address (.es, .mx, .ar, etc) will get a free membership. (If you don’t have one, write to us in Spanish.) And for the next few days, if you run a Spanish-language blog, we’ll send you five memberships—to blog or just to give to friends.