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Nicaraguan Books in English written by Rolando Ernesto Tellez. DarioÂ´s Poems (EdiciÃ³n BilingÃ¼e), The Gueguense, Nicaraguan Constitution, Great Hero: A. C. Sandino, English for Lawyers, Dictionary, InglÃ©s BÃ¡sico con pronunciaciÃ³n, etc.
Available at Bookstores Nemusa, Hispamer central, Centro Cultural NicaragÃ¼ense Norteamericano, Literato, Editorial JurÃdica, Frontera Books, LibrerÃa Rigoberto Lopez en CCM. Aeropuerto, Palacio de la Cultura, en Granada, bÃºsquelos en Lucha Books, EurocafÃ© Books, el Convento Sn. Frco., en Mercado de artesanÃas de Masaya, tienda MelodÃas y Arte NicaragÃ¼ense, y en Jinotepe LibrerÃa Santiago. Visite:
http://www.nicaraguanbooks.blogspot.com/ Translation Service Servicios de TraducciÃ³n
There is only one bookstore in Granada (as of Aug. 2013), which is Lucha Libro Books on Avenida Cervantes (one block east of Parque Central). They have new and used books in English, Spanish, French, German and so on. They will sometimes give you credit toward other purchases for your books, but it is not a book exchange. They also sell shirts, hats, postcards, coffee, coconut oil and other gift-type items.
Amazon does not ship to Nicaragua. Delivery services (UPS, FedEx, etc) are prohibitively expensive, postage will likely cost more than your book, and they not as dependable as they are in other parts of the world.
Several local hostels/hotels in Granada offer book exchanges of varying quality.
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