Book List:58 titles
  • This bilingual board book by acclaimed authors Alma Flor Ada and F. Isabel Campoy presents popular and beloved lullabies from all over the Spanish-speaking world. Full of charm and humor, and rich with the diversity of Latinx cultures, Mamá Goose is...


  • Juanita lives in New York and is Mexican. Felipe lives in Chicago and is Panamanian, Venezuelan, and black. Michiko lives in Los Angeles and is Peruvian and Japanese. Each of them is Latino.Thirteen young Latinos and Latinas living in America are int...



  • A young girl’s discovery of her cultural heritage helps her lovingly cope with loss in this tender tale from acclaimed authors Alma Flor Ada and Gabriel Zubizarreta. Amalia’s best friend Martha is moving away, and Amalia is feeling sad and ang...


  • A year of discoveries culminates in a performance full of surprises, as two girls find their own way to belong. Mexico may be her parents’ home, but it’s certainly not Margie’s. She has finally convinced the other kids at school she is one-...


  • Let me help! Let me help! Perico learns this phrase from little Martita, who's been saying it a lot lately. When the whole family scrambles to prepare for Cinco de Mayo, Perico knows there must be some way he can help — even if he is just a parrot....


  • Debajo de un botón, ton ton, que encontró Martín, tin, tin había un ratón, ton, ton, ay, que chiquitín, tin, tin! Martin found a mouse, mouse, mouse, 'neath a button on the floor, floor, floor, in a tiny house, house, house, wit...


  • A lonely young unicorn who has never seen another like himself follows a mysterious melody that takes him to the mountains, where he encounters the Unicorns of the North, South, and East and discovers his own identity as the Unicorn of the West....


  • Noted author Alma Flor Ada offers young readers eleven stories from her own childhood in Cuba - true stories about relatives and friends and the hacienda where she grew up for much of her elementary years....






  • Resuenen con alegría los cánticos de mi tierra que viva el Niño Jesús que ha nacido en Nochebuena. It's time to sing out with joy the songs that are sung in my land in praise of the precious Child born this holy Christmas evening. Come sha...


  • When the residents of Hidden Forest wake up and open their morning papers, they are in for a surprise. An enormous beanstalk has mysteriously sprouted outside of Jack Blake's house, and Jack is nowhere to be found. Meanwhile, Pinocchio and Half-Chi...


  • An African-American family gets together to celebrate Kwanzaa, but the celebration is spoiled because their beloved pet cat is missing. As the family sets off on a quest to find the cat, the reader learns about the seven values celebrated in Kwanzaa ...


  • It s Sandy s birthday and she and her family are getting ready to travel for a powwow. Before leaving the house and along the way, Sandy receives several birthday presents from her relatives. To her surprise, all the presents together make up a beaut...


  • Carlitos writes a letter to the Three Kings asking for lots of presents. Later, he decides to write a new letter and gives up some of the things in his wish list in exchange for a bigger gift for his older brother, who is teaching him how to ride a b...


  • It s Hanukkah, and three Jewish kids play with the dreidel and eat Bubbe s Grandma in Yiddish delicious latkes as part of the celebration. They also learn about generosity and show what they have learned in a way that will surely amuse the reader. In...



  • Once upon a time, in a land far away... These stories have journeyed far -- over mountains, deserts, and oceans -- carried by wind, passed on to us by our ancestors. Now they have found their way to you. A sly fox, a bird of a thousand colors, ...









  • Saturdays and Sundays are very special days for the child in this story. On Saturdays, she visits Grandma and Grandpa, who come from a European-American background, and on Sundays -- los domingos -- she visits Abuelito y Abuelita, who are Mexican-Ame...


  • Hidden Forest has a new resident. Little Red Hen and her seven little chicks have moved into a cottage and plan to grow a bountiful crop of corn in the nearby field. The problem is that none of the Red Hen's neighbors are willing to help with the har...


  • Everyone who's anyone will be at the Three Little Pigs' housewarming party. Goldilocks and Little Red Riding Hood have already marked it on their calendars. Unfortunately, so have the wolves -- those who've caused the Pigs to build their brick house...
















  • Field Mouse wants a friend--more than anything. When he spots Frog by the pond, he's sure she'd be perfect, until she invites him to play. Frog can croak. Frog can jump. Frog can swim. . . . Field Mouse can't. How will they ever be friends?...




  • Moving into a new house and a new neighborhood could be a traumatic experience and also a new adventure. Young readers will accompany Mrs. Goat and her children as they visit the neighborhood architect to review their new home's floor plan, shop for ...


  • Pérez the Mouse is the Hispanic version of the tooth fairy. All the children in the neighborhood have grown up, and Pérez finds a job as a mail carrier. Join him as he delivers the town folks’ mail and learns important lessons along the way....


  • Children play ?One, two, three. Who can it be!? to guess characters' names from popular folktales. Little Red Riding Hood; Baby Bear; P?rez, the Mouse (the Hispanic version of the tooth fairy); First Little Goat; the Big Bad Wolf; Mother Rabbit; and ...


  • Early one morn­ing a mos­quito is swal­lowed by a frog, who in turn is eaten by a fish, who in turn... This orig­i­nal cumu­la­tive tale has a sur­prise end­ing that delights all read­ers. An excel­lent way to intro­duce the con­cept of ...





  • Three brothers desire different types of wives and so seek the advice of a wise old woman who tells them that their wishes can be granted if they are able to pick the correct oranges off the special tree and bring them to her....


  • A long, long time ago in ancient Mexico, the sun disappeared. Everything was dark, and the people were afraid. The animals decided to search for the sun through the fields and forests, rivers and lakes. But the sun was nowhere to be found. At last th...








  • FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Determined to steal an old woman's gold coin, a young thief follows her all around the countryside and finds himself involved in a series of unexpected activities....


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  • "A third grader realizes the importance of her name in this classic story of heritage and self-identity. For Mara Isabel Salazar Lpez, the hardest thing about being the new girl in school is that the teacher doesn't call her by her real name. ""We ...


  • With Mexican inspired artwork and a bilingual text in Spanish and English, the origins of the weather vane come to life when Half-Chicken sets out to explore the world on his one leg, with one eye and wing....


  • When Peter Rabbit is invited to a housewarming party by one of the Three Little Pigs, a behind-the-scenes adventure begins to unfold. This collection of previously unseen letters from the land of make-believe offers us a rare and fresh glimpse into t...


  • Juan has been a thief for many, many years. So many, in fact, that he can't even remember what it's like to be anything else. When he tries to steal Doña Josefa's gold, something strange begins to happen to Juan. His skin becomes tan instead of pale...


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    Jordi, who lives alone on a barren mountain with only a small herd of goats for company, discovers a brightly shining star after a tremendous storm, and as he sets out on a search for flowers, moss, and stones to bring to his new friend, surprising t...