For the first time, editor Planeta will have their own booth at the Lisbon Book Fair that will take place between the 29th of April and the 16th of May, at Parque Eduardo VII.
Their presence at the event will include the sale of over 70 book titles and the promotion of autograph sessions with authors, according to the editor.
At the editor's booth, the public will be able to find works by Juan José Millás («The World» and «The Objects Call Us»), crime novels (from Donna Leon to Alan Bradley), historic thrillers (by Glenn Cooper, Gongora, etc.), «Firmin» (by Sam Savage), «Uma Noite Não São Dias» (by Mário Zambujal) and «Morrer é Só Não Ser Visto» (by Inês Barros Baptista), among others.
In childrens' and juvenile literature, Geronimo, Tea Stilton, Cassandra Clare and L.J. Smith are some of the highlighted authors.
The autograph sessions will include the presence of Gonçalo Amaral, who will be available on the 1st of May, at around 4 p.m., to sign «The English Gag» (written following the Maddie Case).
On the 2nd of May, at the same time, Inês Barros Baptista («Morrer é Só Não ser Visto») will be present.
source: Diário Digital, 21.04.2010