The second in this new bilingual picture book biography series focuses on Gabriela Mistral, a teacher, poet, and the first Latina woman to win the Nobel Prize.
A book of Latino lullabies and games in English and Spanish, inspired by the author's own childhood in Puerto Rico.
Mexico's Day of the Dead fascinates U.S readers, whether for its joyful celebration of an unusual tradition or because it simply feels like home. San Vicente lets children join the celebration as they watch the skeletons rock, rattle, and roll those long...
Told in both Spanish and English, these folk stories celebrate the strength of women as found in the Hispanic folklore of northern New Mexico. The collection includes Joe's most famous story "The Day It Snowed Tortillas".
The bilingual kids in a Mexican-American neighborhood know a fun way to teach the alphabet.
The ghost story to end all ghost stories is now available for the first time in this full-color hardcover edition. It is the best known and most popular ghost story in Hispanic America.
La Llorona (yoh-RROH-nah), now available for the first time in a full-color paperback, is the ghost story to end all ghost stories and truly the most popular cuento of Hispanic America. This story of the weeping woman appears at first to be only a...
Grandma Fina loves her yellow umbrella, but everybody else thinks it's old and raggedy.
Apples, temptation, and a beautiful woman. Can Juan Verdades still be Truthful John by the end?
These folk stories teach the deep-hearted wisdom of the Cuban people.
Meet Santa's newest helper: his cousin Pancho, a farmer living down in South Texas. Pancho was once a mariachi singer. One night his "primo" Santa Claus showed up and asked for help along the US/Mexico border. And then, "poof," Santa transformed Pancho...
Carlitos worships The Man in the Silver Mask, the most famous of all Mexican wrestlers.