Books carry the knowledge and the dreams, the feelings and the stories of people throughout time.
Books can be loved and banned. Books contain knowledge and can resolve problems. Books - whether bound or digital e-books - are alive. This is an automatic compilation of DW content pertaining to "books".
Celebrated on the festival circuit, a daring film by director Helena Hegemann, "Axolotl Overkill," premieres in Germany. It was adapted from her 2010 book, but can it live up to its literary counterpart?
Chancellor candidate Martin Schulz wanted to present himself as open, honest and down to earth in his book. But the SPD leader emphasized his new book is not an election manifesto. Volker Witting reports from Berlin.
Afro-Mexicans have played a significant role in the development of both Mexico and the US, most notably in California. But you wouldn't know it from the history books, because this mixed ethnic population has largely been ignored. Lena Nozizwe reports from Los Angeles.
In DW's series "50 Kitchens, One City," you can look forward to 50 exciting recipes from 50 Berlin restaurants, presented by chefs from 50 countries. The accompanying book brings the flavors of the world to your home.