Treasure Islands – now in Spanish

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Islas TesoroWe are delighted to announce – finally – that Treasure Islands is now available in Spanish.

Details here. Please forward to anyone who might be interested.

Read praise for Treasure Islands here.

Update: A list of all the different editions of Treasure Islands, beyond the original UK edition, is available below.

Contract date Publisher Language / Country
Jan 2013 Fondo de Cultura Economica Spanish


Sept 2011 Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Editore srl Italian


Aug 2011 Bookie Publishing House Korean

South Korea

July 2011 André Versaille French


March 2011 Nakladatelstvi Academia Czech

Czech Republic

March 2011 Papadopoulos Publishing Greek


Feb 2011 China Youth Publishing House Chinese Simple (in China)


Feb 2011 Asahi Shimbun Japanese


Feb 2011 Business Weekly Publications Chinese Complex (in Taiwan)


Feb 2011 Rotpunktverlag German


Jan 2011 Into Kustannus Finnish


Nov 2010 Eksmo Russian


Dec 2009 Palgrave Macmillan USA



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