A bailer! There's music in the park todaylet's dance!" Marita and her mother are finishing their Saturday chores and anticipating Papi's salsa concert in the park that night, so Mami makes the broom her dance partner to show her daughter how to dance to...
Young Jorgito has come to live in the Mission District of San Francisco, but he hasn't forgotten the unique beauty of El Salvador.
The sister of Jaime Dâavila, a promising young lawyer and Mexican American community leader, recounts his boyhood, education, and death and describes how a school came to be named after him.
Grandma Fina loves her yellow umbrella, but everybody else thinks it's old and raggedy.
Grandpa used to live alone in a quiet pink house. But when his granddaughter was born, everything changed: Mamá and I moved in. Grandpas house was still pink, but it was not so quiet anymore
After enjoying a blended fruit drink called aguas frescas during a festival celebrating Mexico's independence, seven-year-old Alicia and her mother make their own at home, then invite Alicia's soccer team over to try them.
Alicia receives greetings throughout her Hispanic neighborhood as she walks to her birthday party
A collection of four Puerto Rican folktales featuring a lion, mice, and a brave little ant, as well as other animals.
A book of Latino lullabies and games in English and Spanish, inspired by the author's own childhood in Puerto Rico.
When a treasured pinata is threatened, little Lupita discovers that she is big enough to help her mother
Children read aloud in various settings to celebrate of El dia de los ninos, or Children's Day, in this bilingual story. Includes facts about Mexico's annual celebration of children and the book fiestas that are often included.
Six eerie tales featuring owls, told in English and Spanish, reveal superstitions about these unusual birds, as well as the culture of the barrio and Mexican Americans who live there.