Reviews and Blog Posts: Latina

Signal to noise

by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

Mexico City, 1988- Meche, Sebastian, and Daniela are pegged as unpopular in their school because they’re not pretty, wealthy, or boring enough to hang with the popular kids. When Meche plots revenge on the school bully while listening to the Doors and it works, she discovers that she can use...

Yes! we are Latinos

by Alma Flor Ada

Reviewer Rating:

This book is great book to teach about diversity in the Latin American/Hispanic culture, as well as diversity in general. Each child has a vignette about what obstacles and advantages they have for being multi-ethnic or about living the U.S. where their culture is stereotyped or they are being pressured...

Be Bookish This Saturday!

Las Comadres Book Club

Start off your weekend with other bookish folks at a Fresh City Life My Branch event!

The Smiley Branch invites you to join the new Las Comadres and Friends National Latino Book Club! We will be meeting the 4th Saturday of each month at 1 p.m. starting this Saturday, May 25. Membership is open to every book lover interested in reading English-language works written by Latina and Latino authors.

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