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Season’s greetings and good readings

Librebook will be closed until January 5th 2021 included. We’ll meet you again on Wednesday 6th at noon. In 2021, Librebook will complete its fifth year of activity and growth thanks to the trust and support of an ever-growing number of readers. Multilingualism and translation, curiosity, diversity and discovery are […]

Books in more than 20 European languages in our E-shop

Expats, polyglots and language lovers of Brussels, Librebook sells hundreds of books on line at special price in the following languages Albanian Basque Bulgarian Catalan Croatian & Serbian Czech & Slovak Danish Estonian Finnish Galician Hungarian Icelandic Latvian Lithuanian Luxemburgish Maltese Polish Romanian Slovenian Swedish Ukrainian

Sun 20.09.20 12:00

Sunday without Car – Librebook by bike !

It’s Sunday Without Cars and Librebook opens its doors all day long. All non-English and non-French books of the shop will be “buy 1 = get 1 for free”! That means for any pair of books in another language than French and English, the cheapest of both becomes 0,–€. And […]

Tesson & Agamben #LibreBookS

Sur les Chemins Noirs (Tesson, Gallimard, 2016) Qu’est-ce qu’un dispositif ? (Agamben, Rivages Poche, 2014) Quel rapport? Le premier est le récit d’une marche salvatrice du Sud au Nord de la France, des terres de calcaire aux terres de granit. Loin du béton, du bitume, des ronds-points, des appareils légaux, […]

Thu 27.02.20 16:00

Uma tarde com Afonso Cruz (PT)

This event does not take place at Librebook. Pour célébrer la Journée Internationale de la Langue maternelle et de la diversité linguistique, l’Instituto Camões organise une double rencontre lusophone en ses locaux de l’Université Libre de Bruxelles, avec Afonso Cruz, lauréat du Prix de Littérature de l’Union Européenne (EUPL) et […]

Wed 19.02.20 19:00

Tomaž Šalamun’s poetry : “I Know”

Slovenian House at the Slovenian Embassy in Belgium kindly invites you in our bookshop to an evening on the legendary Slovenian poet Tomaž Šalamun (1941-2014), a monument of European poetry. The “general of the avant-garde”, as his nickname was, is mentioned in the same breath with Nobel Prize winners such […]