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  • Uganda, where a book can cost a month’s salary

    The hunt for a good book in Uganda's capital is not for the faint-hearted; in fact it feels like a black market.

  • Chris Gayle to launch book on his love for cricket

    A formidable giant on the field and a humble personality out of it, West Indies batting sensation Chris Gayle is writing a book on his love for cricket.

  • Five things to know about Harper Lee

    Enrich yourself with five exciting facts about Nelle Harper Lee, the author who defined true grit, and moved readers with her persuasive style of storytelling.

  • Shilpa Shetty's book to release in November

    Actress Shilpa Shetty says she has finished writing her book on nutrition, and that it will release in November.

  • Nilkhet Market: A realm of necessary books (video)

    Nilkhet Book Market, consisting of nearly 400 book stalls, is a trustworthy friend for the bookworms, searching for any kinds of book.

  • Charlie Hebdo's Charb publishes posthumous book on Islam

    A book written by the late editor of French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, Stephane Charbonnier - known as Charb - is set to be published posthumously.

  • Farid Ahmed

    ''More books on Ekushey should be penned'' … Farid Ahmed

    Somoy is one of the prominent publication houses in the country. Former Executive Director of Bangladesh Gyan and Srijonshil Prokashak Samiti (an organisation of publishers), Farid Ahmed is the proprietor of the publication house. He earned immense fame as a publisher of creative books. Farid recently spoke to The Daily Star about Ekushey Boi Mela.

  • Bhaswar Bandyopadhyay

    Bhaswar Bandyopadhyay's new book released

    The second book on theatre by noted elocutionist Bhaswar Bandyopadhyay was recently launched at the Amar Ekushey Book Fair 2015. The book, “Obhiggyan Natyokotha” contains 18 articles on theatrical art, which the author thinks will equally help theatre enthusiasts and professionals. The book, which discusses different forms of theatre and pioneering playwrights of world theatre, is available at the stall of Sahitya Prakash.