Six kids are ready to play: three speak English; Y tres hablan español. But all of them laugh alike and together!
Explore how labor rights activist, Dolores Huerta— little Lolita— inspires children to speak out and use their voices for good.
Areli Morales tells the story of her family moving from Mexico to New York, the shift from Saturdays spent with cousins to the noisy pace of the big city.
Pepe wakes up excited for his first Hispanic Day parade (tastes, music, and dance) and discovers a parade can celebrate Mexican, Dominican, and Cuban cultures.
Pura Belpré, the first Latina librarian in New York City, pioneered bilingual storytimes—long before there were cultural stories on the library shelves.
Little ones listen to Grandma as she teaches them how much they can learn from nature just by being curious.
When Estrella's Tía says good-bye to her old home and hello to assisted living, Estrella learns about her Cuban and Jewish cultures and the importance of new beginnings.
When Rocio moves from Central America to the USA, she misses Abuela’s cooking, piñata creations, and warm hugs. Until Abuela sends her something wrapped in love.
When Beauty, a Puerto Rican girl forgets her proud Boricua of Taíno and African descent, her community bands together to help remind her of all her beauty—including her heritage.
A boy who moves to the U.S. mainland from Puerto Rico and realizes that New York City might have more in common with San Juan than he initially thought, things like quesitos, singing frogs, and baseball legends.
A father and daughter hike reminds readers that despite setbacks, surprises, stunning views with warmth, and humor, our shared experiences will splash vivid colors upon our journeys.
A boy and his papá, count and showcase love and connections of Latinx families—and the special role of Latinx dads.
A young girl shares an inspiring story about fear, bravery, and hope in the face of turmoil—an earthquake—and how a walk with her dog can help her find a hope-filled song in her city.
A young girl learns the ways plantains shape her Latinx culture, community, and family, in a kitchen popping and mashing and sizzling a shared meal with her la familia and her abuela.
Two siblings image a blue roof as a refuge—a blue ocean, a parachute—amidst their family’s recovery and rebuild after Hurricane Irma destroys their home in Puerto Rico.
The remarkable true story of Jovita Valdovinos, a Mexican revolutionary who disguised herself as a man to fight for her rights!
When Seu João rescues the oil-covered penguin, Dindim, off the coast of Brazil, he finds a real and unusual and most miraculous lifelong friendship. Dindim refuses to say his goodbyes.
When Mar’s family gathers to celebrate the Day of the Dead, there are dishes to pass, games to play, and stories to tell. No one is forgotten.