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Bologna Here We Come!

So excited! Litara will be one of the co-exhibitors participating in Bologna Children’s Book Fair 2016, 4-7 April 2016. We will take all of our books that represent Indonesian cultural heritage. Please visit us at the Indonesian booth PAD 29/A29. If you are in the vicinity, please come to our light cocktail party on the 6th.   Read more →

Yang Tersisa Dari Frankfurt Book Fair 2015

… adalah optimisme bahwa dunia buku anak Indonesia akan menjadi lebih baik.   FBF 2015 adalah kesempatan pertama Litara berpartisipasi dalam ajang pameran buku internasional. Bersama tiga penerbit buku anak lain, Litara menempati hall khusus buku anak, yaitu Hall 3.0. Hall ini terpisah agak jauh dari pavilion, arena pameran utama Indonesia sebagai Guest of Honour, dan Hall 4.0, hall utama… Read more →

See you in Frankfurt!

Wonderful news to share: Indonesia is the Guest of Honor country in Frankfurt Book Fair 2016. And after series of efforts, Litara’s books will be there, too! Please see our books list here.   And not only that!   Litara has also been selected as one of Indonesian co-exhibitors. A lot of preparation has to be made. So…   Dear all Frankfurt Book Fair… Read more →

Awards!

Last June we had a very memorable account. Litara books finally grab not just one award, but 5 awards for Samsung Kids Time Award 2015. Awards was granted at the award night in Asian Festival Children Content, Singapore. We have won 5 awards from 6 available awards for Indonesia. One of which has won the Grand Prize, Misteri di Pasar Terapung.… Read more →

Litara books are available

In order to keep things going while our proposal has not come to a welcoming breeze, we wanted to test the market for this quality books. Come May 2014, Litara books were first sold in ALUN-ALUN Indonesia Grand Indonesia as a part of a group invited by Totemku for the children’s holiday program.     And as per July 2014, Litara Books… Read more →

It all started from 3

3 writers had a same vision of creating high quality children’s books for setting up the benchmark for local children’s book. They had a dream of creating 1 book for children to read each day for a year. A dream that would take them everywhere,   from London in IBBY congress 2012 with 3 starter books:  “Cap Go Meh”, “Rotan pun Jadi”… Read more →