Books in Other Languages

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  1. I have had copies of JLS and Illusions in Thai for many years now. These translations are often difficult to find in bookshops here in Thailand.
    Do you know of any on-line e-book versions of them as i would like to share with friends.

  2. Dear Richard,
    While living in Texas, I am originally from Belarus, former USSR republic, and that was the time when I discovered your books in Russian translation. With a thirty year delay now I say THANK YOU! And there are lots of your books published in Russian, they even have this website: (titled “Official Russian Site for Richard Bach”).
    All the best,
    Houston, TX

  3. wow richard you are so great spritual author . i read almost any book of you which is translated to persian (farsi) .

    with lot of regards and love from iran land of magus

  4. Hola! Saludos desde Argentina!
    En mi lugar de trabajo, una escuela de enseñanza primaria, comparto con mis alumnos un espacio para acercarnos al arte. Todos los días, antes de iniciar la mañana de clases, los docentes leen un recordatorio o efemérides. Me tocará hacerlo el 23 de junio. Buscando algo especial para recordar, mirando fechas, descubrí que un 23 de junio había nacido Richard Bach. Entonces recordé también que a mis 16 años de edad, cuando mi país vivía bajo el gobierno de una dictadura militar, una amada profesora de Literatura, nos invitó a leer Juan Salvador Gaviota. Un canto a la libertad, un impulso para que nos animáramos a conocernos y superar límites. Jamás pensé, en aquel tiempo, que tendría la oportunidad de darte las gracias a mis 51 años.
    Entonces, desde el corazón, por Juan Salvador Gaviota, por Ilusiones y por Ningún lugar está lejos, gracias….

  5. I write the text again with google translator
    Hi! Greetings from Argentina!
    In my workplace, a primary school teaching , I share with my students a space to approach the art . Every day, before classes start in the morning , teachers read a reminder or anniversaries . I must do it on June 23. Looking for something special to remember , looking dates , I discovered that a June 23 Richard Bach was born . Then I also remembered my 16 years old, when my country was under the rule of a military dictatorship , a beloved literature professor , invited us to read Jonathan Livingston Seagull . A hymn to freedom , an impetus for us to meet and exceed animáramos limits. I never thought , at that time , which would have the opportunity to say thanks to my 51 years .
    Then , from the heart , I thank you for Jonathan Livingston Seagull , illusions and no place is far

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