“Mənim üçün qızılgül” (“Rose for me”) book by the writer, journalist Samira Ashraf was unveiled at Baku Book Center on May 20.
A brain game about Azerbaijan titled "Agsakkal" made by the French author of Azerbaijani origin Gunel Atkinson, was launched at the Baku Book Center.
A novel by the historian, linguist Azer Ziyadli "Stars on the palms" was launched on April 28 at the Baku Book Center as part of the project “Uzaq yaxın bizimkilər”.
Well-known Russian painter and photographer of Azerbaijani origin Aslan Ahmadov on April 27 unveiled his art project “Past Future” at the Baku Book Center.
The Baku Book Center on April 19 hosted an evening dedicated to the life and legacy of the famous screenwriter, people's writer of Azerbaijan Rustam Ibragimbekov.
The opening of the art exhibition "Ancient Shusha" took place at the Baku Book Center on Apr. 13.
The presentation of the prototype of the "Reviving letters" alphabet book for kids took place at the Baku Book Center on Apr. 13.
The Baku Book Center on April 5 announced the winners of the essay competition dedicated to the great Azerbaijani philanthropist, educator and public figure Haji Zeynalabdin Tagiyev.
The Baku Book Center on March 31 hosted the presentation of a documentary novel by PHD in Philosophy Adam Ismail Bakuvi “Məhşər Divanı: Yalanın 17 anı” (“Judgment Day: 17 Moments of Lies”).
A literary evening dedicated to Banin, French writer of Azerbaijani origin, a prominent representative of Azerbaijani emigrant literature of the 20th century, was held on March 16 as part of the FantazEU Festival.
A book "Hədiyyə" ("Gift") by a well-known specialist in the field of proper nutrition, biologist Leyla Mammadzade was launched March 12 at the Baku Book Center.
The Baku Book Center on March 11 hosted a literary evening organized by the Embassy of the Republic of Latvia and the Nizami Ganjavi International Center as part of the FanatzEU Festival, which is supported by the Arts Council and the EU Delegation to Azerbaijan.