A round-up of select Spanish-language titles for July with descriptions provided by the publishers.


Un canto al silencio

(The Yellow Bird Sings)

Jennifer Rosner


ISBN 978-84-18417-27-6

This novel, inspired by true stories of Jewish children during WWII, centers on the unbreakable bond between a mother and a daughter.

El caso Fitzgerald

(Camino Island)

John Grisham

Vintage Español

ISBN 978-16-44734-65-0

A gang of thieves stages a daring heist from a vault deep below Princeton University’s Firestone Library.

Palabras de fuego

(The Words of Fire)

Mario Escobar

Grupo Nelson

ISBN 978-14-00228-88-1

Escobar takes readers back to a moment when the printed word could be the most transformative weapon.

Los perros buenos no llegan al

Polo sur

(Good Dogs Don’t Make It to the South Pole)

Hans-Olav Thyvold

HarperCollins Español

ISBN 978-00-62985-92-7

A funny yet touching tale of aging and death told, through the eyes of a very sarcastic but lovable mutt, that proves that sometimes a dog’s story is the most human of all.


Dos soledades: Un diálogo sobre la novela en América Latina

(Dos soledades: A Dialogue About the Latin American Novel)

Gabriel García Márquez and Mario Vargas Llosa


ISBN 978-84-20454-16-0

This book recounts a debate the two literary giants had in 1967 over the future of Spanish literature.

Indomable (Untamed)

Glennon Doyle


ISBN 978-84-17694-23-4

Doyle’s memoir tells the story of a woman navigating divorce and is aimed at helping women believe in themselves.

Volver a ser feliz

(Getting Back to Happy)

Marc and Angel Chernoff


ISBN 978-84-18531-08-8

The authors hope to teach readers how to improve themselves through daily rituals, mindfulness, self-care, and more.


Las historias más bellas de la mitología norteamericana

(The Most Beautiful Stories of American Mythology)

Agustin Sánchez Aguilar, illus. by Eugènia Anglès


ISBN 978-84-17127-93-0

This anthology collects stories of the ancient tribes of the U.S. and Canada.