MIAMI, Nov. 30, 2015 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ -- CNN en Español host, author and international lecturer Ismael Cala will be presenting his best seller "El secreto del bambú" (The Secret of Bamboo) this Thursday at Mexico's Guadalajara Book Fair, the most important in the Hispanic world.
"El secreto del bambú" (HarperCollins Español) is an inspiring story about leadership and personal transformation. It takes place in a remote village in the South American Amazon where bamboo is present everywhere. After traveling the world, the community's leader has chosen to live in the middle of the jungle where he leaves a legacy to his three children that he had been working on in secret.
The presentation will be Thursday, December 3, 2015, at 7pm at the Gonvill Bookstore stand (I-3) of the Guadalajara Expo.
"I am delighted to be returning to the largest Spanish-language book fair and thus be able to share with Mexican readers the virtues of bamboo. If you are or aspire to be like bamboo -- flexible and strong at the same time -- we look forward to seeing you in Guadalajara this Thursday," said Cala from Miami.
ABOUT ISMAEL CALA
Ismael Cala is a TV host, author and international lecturer on the subjects of personal development and leadership. Christened the "Latin Larry King" by The New York Times, he is the host of "Cala" on CNN en Español, a primetime interview program with the most powerful and important personalities of the international scene.
He appears regularly on the Univision program "Despierta América", writes a weekly column for more than 50 Latin American and U.S. publications, directs the digital magazine "Cala 3.0" and is one the most highly acclaimed inspirational lecturers on the continent.
Author of the best sellers "El poder de escuchar" (2013) and "Un buen hijo de P…" (2014), Cala was born in Santiago de Cuba (1969) and received a degree in art history from Oriente University. He graduated with honors from the School of Communication at York University in Toronto and holds a diploma from Seneca College in television production.
SOURCE Cala Enterprises Corporation