Adicta: Una novela (Addicted: A Novel) by Zane
Atria Books en Español (September)
ISBN 978-1-4767-6497-9
Now in Spanish, Zane’s wildly popular novel was described as the “hottest paperback in the country” by the New York Times and is a major motion picture starring William Levy.

Los cerezos negros (The Black Cherry Trees) by Ernestina Sodi
Suma (September)
(ISBN not available)
Aurora and Verónica find their dream jobs as models in Japan—until they arrive and realize that they have sold their freedom and must now find a way to escape.

La entrega (The Drop) by Dennis Lehane
Salamandra Black (September)
ISBN 978-84-16237-01-2
The book follows lonely bartender Bob Saginowski through a scheme of funneling cash to local gangsters in the underworld of Boston bars.

La fila india (The Indian Line) by Antonio Ortuño
Océano (September)
ISBN 978-6-0773-5034-7
An exciting story that offers us a group of unforgettable characters, a prose that is hard to beat, and the author’s point of view about the situation of immigrants in Mexico.

Galveston (Galveston) by Nick Pizzolatto
Salamandra Black (September)
ISBN 978-84-16237-00-5
Roy Cady is by his own admission a “bad man.” With a snow flurry of cancer in his lungs and no one to live for, he’s a walking time-bomb of violence.

Hollywood era el cielo (Hollywood Was Heaven) by Celia del Palacio
Suma (September)
ISBN 978-6-0711-3320-5
The captivating and tragic story of Lupe Vélez, the first Mexican actress to conquer Hollywood, who became a living legend during her time.

Imitación de Guatemala (Imitation of Guatemala) by Rodrigo Rey Rosa
Alfaguara (September)
ISBN 978-6-0711-3330-4
Killing, human trafficking, a kidnapping, a hit-and-run, and the burning of a stable are just the starting points for this thrilling narrative tetralogy.

Lo mejor de mi (The Best of Me) by Nicholas Sparks
Roca (September)
ISBN 978-8-4162-4001-2
High school students Amanda Collier and Dawson Cole fell deeply in love. As the summer of their senior year came to a close, events tear them apart, taking them on different paths.

El misterio de Mike (Mike’s Mystery) by Gertrude C. Warner
Open Road Español (September)
ISBN 978-1-4976-2384-2
Benny and his friend Mike get in trouble when they become curious about a uranium mine.

El rancho del misterio (Mystery Ranch) by Gertrude C. Warner
Open Road Español (September)
ISBN 978-1-4976-2383-5
Eccentric aunt Jane needs help on her ranch when the Aldens uncover a plot against her.

El umbral de la eternidad (The Edge of Eternity) by Ken Follett
Vintage Español (September)
ISBN 978-0-8041-7178-6
The sweeping, passionate conclusion to Ken Follett’s extraordinary historical epic, The Century Trilogy.

Wild Cards 2: Ases en lo alto (Wild Cards II: Aces High) by George R.R. Martin
Editorial Océano de México (September)
ISBN 978-6-0783-0385-4
This installment follows the heroes and villains throughout the tumultuous 1980s, with stories from science fiction and fantasy writers including Pat Cadigan, Lewis Shiner, Walter Jon Williams, and Roger Zelazny.

Yo antes de ti (Me Before You) by Jojo Moyes
Suma (September)
ISBN 978-6-0711-3280-2
Louisa Clark is an ordinary girl leading an exceedingly ordinary life—until she takes a job working for the most out-of-the-ordinary man.

Ciudad de zombis (City of Zombies) by Homero Aridjis
Alfaguara (October)
ISBN 978-6-0711-3325-0
In Misteca, Daniel Medina is a journalist whose daughter has been kidnapped by the Lord of the Zombies. He searches for her while avenging the murder of his parents.

Un desastre para siempre (Beautiful Oblivion) by Jamie McGuire
Suma (October)
ISBN 978-6-0711-3057-0
The Beautiful Disaster and Walking Disaster phenomenon continues in the first heart-pounding new adult romance in the Maddox Brothers series.

El enigma del convento (The Mystery of the Convent) by Jorge Eduardo Benavides
Alfaguara (October)
ISBN 978-8-4204-1753-0
1814. After proving his loyalty to the Spanish monarch, General Goyeneche travels to Peru to recover compromising documents that put his reputation, his fortune, and his life at risk.

La estrella de plata (The Silver Star) by Jeannette Walls
Suma (October)
(ISBN not available)
Jeannette Walls has written a heartbreaking and redemptive novel about an intrepid girl who challenges the injustice of the adult world—a triumph of imagination and storytelling.

El nadador (The Swimmer) by Joakim Zander
Suma (October)
ISBN 978-8-4836-5610-5
Klara Walldeen, orphaned as a child, is now a political aide in Brussels. And she has just seen something she shouldn’t: something people will kill to keep hidden.

NOS4A2 (NOS4A2) by Joe Hill
Suma (October)
ISBN 978-6-0711-3364-9
Victoria McQueen is the only kid ever to escape Charles Manx’s evil clutches. But Charlie never stopped thinking about Victoria, and now he’s got a new victim: her son.

Pantallas de plata (Silver Screens) by Carlos Fuentes
Alfaguara (October)
(ISBN not available)
Silver Screens, the posthumous work of Mexican Nobel laureate Carlos Fuentes, is dedicated to the cinema, one of the prolific writer’s greatest passions.

El rey de los espinos (The King of the Hawthorns) by Marcelo Figueras
Suma (October)
(ISBN not available)
When a famous comic book author is murdered, four very strange visitors attend his funeral: a knight, a pirate, a biker, and an explorer. And only Milo seems to notice.

Sangre de barro (Still Blood) by Maribel Medina
Ediciones Maeva (October)
ISBN 978-8-4158-9324-0
An Interpol profiler and a forensic doctor discover six strange sudden deaths in the same training center where mud-slinging is a professional sport. Set in Switzerland, France, Ireland, and the United States.

La tierra de las mujeres (The Women’s Land) by Sandra Barneda
Suma (October)
(ISBN not available)
When a woman travels to Catalonia to receive an inheritance, what would have been a quick, casual visit turns into a chance to rediscover her family origins.

Vestido de novia (Wedding Dress) by Pierre Lemaitre
Alfaguara (October)
(ISBN not available)
Sophie Duguet loses things, forgets situations, and is detained in a supermarket for petty theft she doesn’t remember committing. And then the bodies start to pile up.

Alabardas (Halberds) by José Saramago
Alfaguara (November)
(ISBN not available)
The unfinished last work by José Saramago. A reflection about the arms industry and arms trafficking, with texts by Fernando Gómez Aguilera and Roberto Saviano.

Entrecruzamientos (Interwoven) by Luisa Valenzuela
Alfaguara (November)
ISBN 978-6-0711-3363-2
This work is an essay that finds points of convergence and interweaving in the literary and life trajectories of two of literature’s greatest stars: Julio Cortázar and Carlos Fuentes.

Perros e hijos de perra (A Dog’s Life) by Arturo Pérez-Reverte
Alfaguara (November)
(ISBN not available)
A compilation by Arturo Pérez-Reverte that shows his respect for the loyalty, courage, and honor that dog’s show, in contrast to the sometimes miserable human condition.

El próximo funeral será el tuyo (The Next Funeral Will Be Yours) by Estela Chocarro
Ediciones Maeva (November)
ISBN 978-8-4158-9370-7
A gripping and breathtaking thriller about an obscure family history in a Spanish village where nothing turns out to be as it seems. The story is inspired by actual events.

Un regalo de navidad (A Christmas Sermon) by Louis Stevenson
Editorial Periferica (November)
ISBN 978-8-4928-6568-0
Two troubling stories collide in this adventurous tale that forces the protagonists to face their fears and hopes as their destinies change in extraordinary ways.

La doble vida de Jesús (The Double Life of Jesus) by Enrique Serna
Alfaguara (December)
(ISBN not available)
In Cuernavaca, incorruptible Jesús Pastrana must lead a double life if he wants to win the love of his life and survive a political campaign.


Las cautivas (Gaddafi’s Harem) by Annick Cojean
Anagrama (September)
ISBN 978-8-4339-2604-3
In 2011, shortly after the death of Gaddafi, Annick Limp, reporter for Le Monde, traveled to Libya to investigate the role of women during the revolution, and tells the story of Soraya.

Cómo criar hijos bilingües (Raising Bilingual Children) by Maritere Rodriguez Bellas
Atria Books en Español (November)
ISBN 978-1-4767-9727-4
An essential guide that instructs parents on how to teach their children a second language.

Las francesas no se hacen lifting (French Women Don’t Get Face Lifts) by Mireille Guiliano
Ediciones B (September)
ISBN 978-8-4666-5481-4
With her signature blend of wit, Guiliano returns with a take on beauty. For anyone who has dressed inappropriately for their age without resorting to “the knife”—a French woman’s beauty secrets revealed!

Ideas para formar lectores (Ideas to Create Readers) by Gloria Rodríguez
Panamericana Editorial (September)
ISBN 978-958-30-4259-1
A guide for librarians and those promoting reading to make the most out of the books in their libraries, through the design of programs and services for their communities.

La ley 50 (The 50th Law) by Robert Greene
Océano exprés (September)
ISBN 978-6-0740-0975-0
Hip-hop and pop culture icon 50 Cent joins forces with Robert Greene to write a bible for success in life based on a single principle: Fear nothing.

No me atrevo a decir “no” (I Don’t Dare to Say ‘No’) by Christine Laouénan
Panamericana Editorial (September)
ISBN 978-958-30-4407-6
Sometimes it’s hard to say “no.” With friends or family, there are many situations where you don’t dare to reaffirm yourself. Learn to say ‘no’ to have a harmonious life.

Trabaja conmigo: Marte y Venus (Work with Me Mars and Venus) by Barbara Annis and John Gray
Editorial Océano de México (September)
ISBN 978-6-0783-0325-0
This book explains in a clear, direct way how the characteristics of each gender not only are complementary but also contain the seeds of success.

Todo llevará su nombre (Everything Will Have His Name) by Fermín Goñi
Roca (September)
ISBN 978-8-4991-8907-9
In the last days of Simón Bolívar’s life, the liberator made his existence known. A portrait of his life through his letters, his will and the perspective of his doctor.

Adicto al pan: Elimina el trigo, baja de peso y mejora tu salud (Wheat Belly: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight, and Find Your Path Back to Health) by William Davis
Aguilar (October)
ISBN 978-1-6311-3031-1
Wheat Belly is an illuminating look at what is really making Americans sick and an action plan to clear our plates of this seemingly benign ingredient.

Ama tu cuerpo (The Body Book) by Cameron Diaz
Aguilar (October)
ISBN 978-6-0711-3243-7
Cameron Diaz shares her formula for becoming happier, healthier, and stronger in this positive, essential guide grounded in science and inspired by personal experience.

Un año de milagros (A Year of Miracles) by Marianne Williamson
Fontanar (October)
ISBN 978-6-0711-3281-9
Williamson has taught millions around the world the simple yet profound lesson that has helped them lead a happier, more fulfilled existence: how we think determines how we live.

Un día nuevo (A New Day) by Jon Secada
Celebra (October)
ISBN 978-0-4514-6938-0
In his honest and humble words, Secada gives readers the behind-the-scenes story of his rise to worldwide stardom and the challenges he faced in the music industry and in his personal life.

Buenos líderes hacen grandes preguntas: Su fundamento para un liderazgo rexitoso (Good Leaders Ask Great Questions) by John C. Maxwell
Center Street (October)
ISBN 978-1-4555-4803-3
#1 New York Times bestselling author John C. Maxwell answers the toughest leadership questions ever received from his readers.

Calladita me veo más bonita (Silence Becomes Me) by Marta Figueroa
Aguilar (October)
ISBN 978-6-0711-3311-3
Extraordinary reflections, stories, and humorous anecdotes about Martha Figueroa’s encounters—and mishaps—with current stars and celebrities.

Diez cosas poderosas para decirle a tus hijos (Ten Powerful Things to Say to Your Kids) by Paul Axtell
Aguilar (October)
ISBN 978-6-0711-3278-9
Whether you’re a parent, teacher, grandparent, counselor, or school volunteer, you will find practical, down-to-earth ideas for creating remarkable relationships with the children in your life.

Los dones de la imperfección (The Gifts of Imperfection) by Brene Brown
Aguilar (October)
ISBN 978-1-9419-9900-4
In her 10 guideposts, Brown explores how we can cultivate the courage, compassion, and connection to know that we are worthy of love and belonging, despite feeling vulnerable.

Entre nosotros (Between Us) by Mario Lopez
Celebra (October)
ISBN 978-0-4514-7269-4
Mario reveals all of the never-before told stories from his life and career, including the inside scoop on his love life.

Innovadores (Innovators) by Walter Isaacson
Vintage Español (October)
ISBN 978-1-1018-7328-1
Isaacson’s account of the people who created the computer and the Internet. Destined to be the standard history of the digital revolution and an indispensable guide to how innovation really happens.

Oaxaca de mis amores (Oaxaca of My Loves) by Guadalupe Loaeza
Aguilar (October)
ISBN 978-6-0711-3061-7
Fascinated by Oaxaca’s colors, flavors, traditions, and people, Guadalupe Loaeza immerses us this magical Mexican state in her fresh, entertaining style.

El poder del corazón: Encuentra tu verdadero propósito en la vida (The Power of the Heart) by Baptist de Pape
Atria Book en Español (October)
ISBN 978-1-4767-8949-1
An unprecedented convocation of eighteen of the world’s greatest spiritual thinkers, writers, and scientists, including Maya Angelou, Deepak Chopra, Paulo Coelho, and Eckhart Tolle.

Por una vida plena
(For a Full Life) by Ernesto D’alessio
Aguilar (October)
ISBN 978-6-0711-3220-8
Talking about forgiveness isn’t easy, but neither is living with guilt. D’alessio teaches us how to heal our hearts, just as he has, despite a complicated childhood and youth.

Sana mente (Healthfully) by Santiago Rojas
Aguilar (October)
ISBN 978-6-0711-2926-0
Achieve a better quality of life, find well-being, and prevent illness with this book, based on the successful radio program “Sanamente,” which is directed by Santiago Rojas Posada.

Amor verdadero (True Love) by Jennifer Lopez
Celebra (November)
ISBN 978-0-4514-6870-3
Lopez opens up about her life’s most defining period—the transformative journey of how she confronted her greatest challenges, identified her biggest fears, and ultimately emerged a stronger person.

La cacería: Una historia de inmigración y violencia en Estados Unidos (Hunting Season) by Mirta Ojito
Vintage Español (November)
ISBN 978-0-8041-7057-4
The true story of the murder of an Ecuadorian immigrant in a quiet Long Island town that puts a spotlight on anti-immigration sentiment and violence in our broken immigration system.

Confrontando el cáncer (Confronting Cancer) by Elmer Huerta
Celebra (November)
ISBN 978-0-1475-1201-7
Elmer Huerta is one of the most prominent oncologist and cancer specialists in the U.S. A manual to treat and prevent cancer.

Crear o morir (Create or Die) by Andrés Oppenheimer
Vintage Español (November)
ISBN 978-0-8041-7188-5
Oppenheimer presents ways in which Latin America could effectively nurture their human capital to create an innovative culture and insert itself as a key player in global and innovative commerce.

Disciplina con amor tu temperamento (Discipline Your Temper with Love) by Rosa Barocio
Editorial Pax Mexico (November)
ISBN 978-6-0793-4623-2
Sometimes the people we love are the ones that irritate and infuriate us the most. This book helps readers get to know their tempers and better control them in difficult situations.

Estás vivo (Reduced to Joy) by Mark Nepo Fontanar (November)
ISBN 978-6-0711-3440-0
Reduced to Joy is a lesson in stillness, in standing in the mystery and, above all, in the work of love.

Mallko y papá (Mallko and Dad) by Gusti
Océano Travesía (November)
ISBN 978-607-735-395-9
Mallko was born with Down syndrome. Though at first his father didn’t accept him, they have learned a lot from each other and developed a strong relationship.

Juan Pablo II: Recuerdos de la vida de un santo (John Paul II: The Life and Times of a Saint) by Paloma Borrero Gómez
Vintage Español (November)
ISBN 978-0-8041-7188-5
Gómez Borreo knew Pope Juan Pablo II would one day be canonized, and wanted to write of her memories and inspirational anecdotes of the Pope and to share with the world.

Mis sentimientos erroneos (My Wrong Feelings) by Silvia Olmedo
Aguilar (November)
ISBN 978-6-0711-3068-6
Find your emotional equilibrium, identify your most vulnerable areas, and combat your spiritual demons: jealousy, anger, insecurity, and fear.

Octavio Paz en su siglo (Octavio Paz In His Time) by Christopher Domínguez
Aguilar (November)
ISBN 978-6-0711-3066-2
Discover the thoughts, concerns, and obsessions of Nobel Prize winner Octavio Paz in an unprecedented intellectual biography.

¡Pa’rriba y pa’lante! (Onwards and Upwards) by Cristina Saralegui
Celebra (November)
ISBN 978-0-4514-7097-3
In ¡Pa’rriba y pa’lante!, Cristina not only shares the essential secrets that helped her to succeed, but also those that helped her through the most difficult moments in her life.

Cómo hacer que los niños triunfen (How Children Succeed) by Paul Tough
Ediciones B (December)
ISBN 978-6-0748-0578-9
Why do some children succeed while others fail? Success is usually referred to as high test scores. Per Paul Tough, the qualities that matter the most are perseverance and optimism.

Cómo triunfar en los examenes (Test Success!) by Ben Bernstein
Sirio (December)
ISBN 978-8-4780-8969-7
A training guide on how to improve test scores, these lessons avoid memorization and give strategies for answering test questions. A best-practices approach used by elite athletes and artists.

Cultiva la felicidad (Hardwiring Happiness) by Rick Hanson
Sirio (December)
ISBN 978-8-4162-3306-9
Hardwiring Happiness lays out a method that uses the hidden power of everyday experiences to build new neural structures full of happiness, love, and peace.

De-mente criminal (Criminal MasterMind) by Ibéyise Pacheco
Aguilar (December)
ISBN 978-1-6311-3066-3
This fascinating series, based on a true story, tells the chilling tale of how a distinguished psychiatrist was exposed as an abusive monster and a cold-blooded killer.

¿De qué tienes hambre? (What Are You Hungry For?) by Deepak Chopra
Urano (December)
ISBN 978-8-4795-3889-7
After promoting this message worldwide for 30 years, bestselling author Deepak Chopra focuses on the huge problem of weight control in America with exciting new concepts.

Guía de un astronauta para vivir en la Tierra (An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth) by Chris Hadfield
Ediciones B (December)
ISBN 978-8-4666-5555-2
Col. Hadfield has spent decades training as an astronaut. He talks about breaking into a space station and being temporarily blinded while clinging to the exterior of an orbiting spacecraft.

Ama sin limites (Love Without Limits) by Nick Vujicic
Aguilar (January)
ISBN 978-1-9419-9907-3
Even though he was born without arms or legs, Nick Vujicic created a “ridiculously good life.” He hopes to find a woman to love him and share his life.

Lo que he aprendido en la vida (What I Know for Sure) by Oprah Winfrey
Aguilar (January)
ISBN 978-1-9419-9906-6
A beautiful book packed with insight and revelation from Oprah Winfrey. Organized by theme - joy, resilience, connection, gratitude, possibility, awe, clarity, and power.

Técnicas de liberación emocional (Emotional Freedom Techniques) by John Hartung
Editorial Pax Mexico (January)
ISBN 978-6-0777-2372-1
Removing any obstacle in your life helps you achieve your goals. Through exercises and techniques like EFT (emotional freedom technique), you will achieve surprising results with this book.

El empujoncito del amor (A Little Push Toward Love) by María Marín
Aguilar (February)
(ISBN not available)
Based on her successful videos, motivational speaker María Marín talks about love, sex, relationships, and much more in a practical, motivational, and fun way.


64 cosas que debes saber sobre la era digital (Approaching the Future: 64 Things You Need to Know for the Digital Age) by Ben Hammersley
Editorial Océano de México (September)
ISBN 978-6-0783-0324-3
This guide is essential for everyone who wants to truly understand the modern world, and no longer be confused by the changes in society, business, and culture.

En el cero (At Zero: The Final Secrets to Zero Limits) by Joe Vitale
Obelisco (September)
ISBN 978-8-4159-6871-9
This new book goes deeper into Ho’oponopono, reveals where it all began, shares riveting stories of new ways to use it and lead you to a true spiritual awakening.

Operación Monumento (The Monuments Men) by Robert M. Edsel and Bret Witter
Editorial Océano de México (September)
ISBN 978-6-0773-5197-9
This chronicle recounts a little-known passage in the history of art of the 20th century. The book has resulted in a 2014 film produced by, directed by, and starring George Clooney.

Perder peso con la milagrosa dieta del PH (The pH Miracle for Weight Loss) by Robert Young
Obelisco (September)
ISBN 978-8-4159-6877-1
The primary culprit behind excessive weight gain, as well as many other health problems, is a chronic state of acidity in the body, maintain the authors of this book.

Alimendándose bien durante el cáncer (Eating Well During Cancer) by Holly Clegg
Cancer Cookbook (October)
ISBN 978-0-9815-6407-4
Reference cookbook that improves the quality of life for cancer patients by giving patients and their caregivers the tools to healthier versions and recipes targeted to ease specific symptoms of cancer treatments.

Horoscópo chino 2015 (Chinese Horoscope 2015) by Ludovica Squirru
Urano (October)
ISBN 978-8-4795-3883-5
Ludovica Squirru is a renowned astrologer and bestselling author that every year predicts sign by sign, based on the I Ching, intuition, and the bazi.

Mindfulness (Mindfulness) by Kavindu
Editorial Kairos (October)
ISBN 978-8-4998-8307-6
This book is a contemporary and practical approach to mindfulness, explained through five fundamental principles, from the most basic aspects to the highest levels.

Objetivo: galleta perfecta (Objective: Perfect Cookies) by Alma Obregón
El País-Aguilar (October)
ISBN 978-8-4035-1297-9
Alma Obregón teaches us that there is a world of delicious homemade cookies just waiting to be discovered.

El universo (The Universe)
Parragon (October)
ISBN 978-1-4723-5791-5
The ultimate guide of stunning images and cut-away illustrations that transport you into space on a spectacular visual journey. Discover the technology and spacecraft behind the extraordinary missions and discoveries.

Cerebro de pan (Grain Brain) by David Permutter
Vintage Español (November)
ISBN 978-1-1018-7319-9
A #1 New York Times bestseller—the devastating truth about the effects of wheat, sugar, and carbs on the brain, with a four-week plan to achieve optimum health.

Cupcakes de la Primrose Bakery (Cupcakes from the Primrose Bakery) by Martha Swift and Lisa Thomas
Blume (November)
ISBN 978-8-4153-1725-8
This book teaches you how to make simple, stylish, and delicious cupcakes with information on how to make sponge cakes, how to properly ice a cupcake, and how to creatively decorate.

Platos exprés (Express Meals) by Liz Franklin
Blume (November)
ISBN 978-8-4153-1729-6
This book shows you how to minimize preparation and fuss by dividing into six easy chapters featuring recipes that can be made in just five, 10, 15, 20, 25, and 30 minutes, respectively.

365 actividades para desarrollar la inteligencia de tu bebé (365 Activities to Develop Your Baby’s Intelligence) by Susaeta Ediciones
Susaeta Ediciones SA (December)
ISBN 978-8-4992-8290-9
This book contains 365 stimulation activities for babies to practice these essential skills while they play. Appropriate for children up to three years old, the activities are both engaging and educational.

365 juegos para potenciar la inteligencia de tu hijo (365 Games to Increase Your Child’s Intelligence) by Susaeta Ediciones SA
Susaeta Ediciones SA (December) ISBN 978-8-4992-8289-3
A guide featuring unique activities for every day of the year to entertain and teach your child. The games are divided according to skills to coincide with your child’s growth.

La alimentación del bebé de 0 a 24 meses (Nutrition for Babies Up to 24 Months) by Susaeta Ediciones
Susaeta Ediciones SA (December)
ISBN 978-8-4992-8293-0
A manual full of advice and ideas about what proper nutrition and diet look like for children up to two years of age and calms worrisome parents about the growth and progress of their children.

Descubre a los Ángeles (Discover the Angels) by Marco Rocdevick
Ediciones Robinbook (December)
ISBN 978-8-4967-4676-3
Discover the fascinating world of celestial hierarchy, from the most famous to the least known. This book serves as consultation with the process of growing closer to angels.

La cocina de super-comida (The Superfood Kitchen)
Parragon (January)
ISBN 978-1-4723-7152-2
50 easy and delicious recipes with stunning photographs. A healthier way to cook for you and your family. Helpful introduction full of useful information about trends and nutrients.

Cocina natural y saludable (The Clean-Eating Kitchen)
Parragon (January)
ISBN 978-1-4723-7148-5
This book will guide you through which processed ingredients to replace in your diet. The recipes are simple, approachable, and made with raw natural ingredients that are easy to find.

Un mar de emociones (A Sea of Emotions) by Francesc Torralba
Lectio Ediciones (February)
ISBN 978-8-4150-8891-2
Nearly 60 emotions are explored in this part-dictionary, part-encyclopedia of human passions that serves as a ship’s log for helping to navigate the ever-changing sea of emotions.



Bienvenido a la familia (Welcome to the Family) by Mary Hoffman, illus. by Ros Asquith
Editorial Juventud (September 2014)
ISBN 978-84-261-4073-9
Dealing with the arrival of new members into a family, and exploring ways a baby or child becomes part of the clan: natural birth, adoption, fostering, same-sex parents, and more.

Bunny Cakes: Edición en español (Bunny Cakes) by Rosemary Wells
Puffin (September)
ISBN 978-0-1475-1586-5
It’s Grandma’s birthday, and Max wants to make her an icky, worm-infested cake. But Ruby says, “No, Max. We’re going to make Grandma an angel surprise cake, with raspberry-fluff icing.”

El caballo (The Horse)
Parragon (September)
ISBN 978-1-4723-7288-8
Horses are among the most treasured creatures, not only for their long-standing partnership with man, but their strength, beauty, and spirit. An eye-catching compendium for all horse lovers.

Como tú (Me and You) by Geneviève Côté
Almadraba Editorial (September)
ISBN 978-84-15207-91-7
Piggy and Bunny are two friends who will captivate you with their sweet and endearing stories.

La danza del tiempo (Dance of time) by Irene Aparici
Cuento de Luz (September)
ISBN 978-8-4160-7804-2
La danza del tiempo is a book full of imagination and information, perfect for parents and teachers looking to take children on a special journey through our solar system.

¡Fuera vergüenza! (Go Away Shyness!) by Meritxell Martí and Xavier Salomón
Almadraba Editorial (September)
ISBN 978-84-15207-87-0
¡Fuera vergüenza! is the 6th title of a very successful series: Tony and Tina. It is a powerful and educational series on basic human emotions.

El gato que hablaba a pesar de todo (The Cat Who Talked in Spite of Everything) by Clause Roy
Panamericana Editorial (September)
ISBN 978-958-30-4441-0
Thomas’s cat discovers that he can talk like humans: he is a poet cat. Unfortunately this will bring many problems, however with the help of Thomas everything will be alright.

¿Hasta dónde me amas? (How Far Do You Love Me?) by Lulu Delacre
Lee & Low Books (September)
ISBN 978-1-6201-4208-0
A bedtime book featuring a game that highlights the universal reach of love while taking readers on a journey to the seven continents on Earth.

El hermano más salvaje (The Wildest Brother in the World) by Cornelia Funke
Alfaguara (September)
ISBN 978-6-0711-2039-7
Ben takes seriously the job of protecting his big sister... until one day he realizes that sometimes, she is the one protecting him!

¡Hola! ¡Gracias! ¡Adiós! (Hello! Thank You! Goodbye!) by Elisenda Roca
Editorial Casals (December)
ISBN 978-8-4834-3267-9
Nora and Martin are two friends with a common problem: they don’t like communicating with others. They are stubborn until they realize that their lack of etiquette is rendering them invisible.

El monstruo del planeta azul (The Monster from the Blue Planet) by Cornelia Funke
Alfaguara (September)
ISBN 978-6-0711-2169-1
Gobo, from outer space, is interested
in distant worlds, especially Earth and the monsters that live there. He decides to fly there and catch an alien pet of
his own.

Óscar y la máscara misteriosa (Oscar and the Mysterious Mask) by Marcos Almada Rivero
Editorial Progreso (September)
ISBN 978-607-838-04-28
In this Óscar el tlacuache series, Óscar the Curious Opossum finds a mysterious mask and is determined to discover the mysterious creature behind it with his friend, Cuca la Salamandra.

El secreto de la flor que volaba (The Secret of the Flower that Could Fly) by Demián Bucay and Mauricio Gómez Morin
Océano Travesía (September)
ISBN 978-607-400-315-4
Emperor Ho Liang is obsessed with butterflies. He orders the construction of a cage to shelter one from every region of his kingdom. Soon the confined butterflies start losing their color.

Yoga en la selva (Yoga in the Jungle) by Ramiro Calle
Cuento de Luz (September)
ISBN 978-8-4160-7812-7
A wonderful tale of friendship that unfolds in the vibrant jungle of India, introducing young readers to the practice of yoga.

A de activista (A is for Activist) by Innosanto Nagara
Triangle Square Books for Young
Readers / Seven Stories Press (October)
ISBN 978-1-6098-0569-2
An ABC board book written and illustrated for the next generation of progressive Latinos/Latinas. Using alliteration, rhyming, and vibrant illustrations the book resonates with the values of community, equality, and justice.

Ahí estabas (You Were There) by Claudia Rueda
Océano Travesía (October)
ISBN 978-607-735-418-5
Whenever one feels lonely, sad or afraid, there is always a faithful and noble companion to help. A new book by New York Times bestselling author and illustrator Claudia Rueda.

Call Me Tree / Llámame Árbol (bilingual) by Maya Christina Gonzalez
Children’s Book Press (October)
ISBN 978-0-8923-9294-0
An imaginary tale of self-discovery told by a child who grows, learns about the natural world, embraces others, and is free to become who he or she is meant to be.

Cartas del cielo / Letters from Heaven (bilingual) by Lydia Gil
Piñata Books (October 2014)
ISBN 978-1-5588-5798-8
Celeste, devastated by the death of her grandmother, is both thrilled and perplexed when she starts receiving letters from Abuela with her favorite recipes to learn to cook and cope.

Caperucita roja (Little Red Riding Hood)
Parragon (October)
ISBN 978-1-4723-7457-8
A brand new interactive story line with plenty of scope to extend the series. This classic fairy tale appeals to parents and children alike.

Cecilia y Miguel son mejores amigos / Cecilia and Miguel Are Best Friends (bilingual) by Diane Gonzales Bertrand, illus. by Thelma Muraida
Piñata Books (October 2014)
ISBN 978-1-5588-5794-0
Childhood friends remain best friends—through quinceañeras, soccer games and going their separate ways for college—and even become family!

Cuentos para leer en cinco minutos (Five Minute Stories)
Parragon (October)
ISBN 978-1-4723-5793-9
A treasury of over 30 favorite fairy-tales, fables, and classic stories. Each story is carefully timed to be read aloud in five minutes.

Estas manos: Manitas de mi familia / These Hands: My Family’s Hands (bilingual) by Samuel Caraballo, illus. by Shawn Costello
Piñata Books (October 2014)
ISBN 978-1-5588-5795-7
In this heart-warming ode to family, a young girl compares the hands of family members to plants in the natural world.

Gabo no contado (The Untold Story of Gabo) by Dario Arismendy
Aguilar (October)
ISBN 978-1-9419-9902-8
Journalist Darío Arizmendi, a personal friend of Gabriel García Márquez, kept a trunk of files from innumerable conversations with the author, which he’s publishing for the first time here.

Hic (Hiccups) by Mercedes García Besné and Alejandra Estrada
Océano Travesía (October)
ISBN 978-607-400-954-5
Baby’s sudden burst of hiccups triggers the memory of all the family members, trying to remember magic formulas to restore peace. A beautifully illustrated book about everyday life with a baby.

Kentucky Thriller (Kentucky Thriller) by Lauren St. John
Editorial Casals (October)
ISBN 978-8-4834-3271-6
When Laura finds a thoroughbred worth $75 million, she tracks down the horse’s owners. Things on the idyllic Fleet Farm are not as they seem, and strange events begin to occur.

Kibo y el dragón morado (Kibo and the Purple Dragon) by Carmen Gil
Cuento de Luz (October)
ISBN 978-8-4160-7820-2
A purple dragon flies in through Kibo’s window. How will he defeat such a terrible monster? A tale that helps children face and overcome fears.

Kit hablando sola: El poder de las palabras (Talking to Myself Kit: The Power of Words) by Daniela Rivera Zacarías
Oniro (October)
ISBN 978-84-9754-783-3
Metal box containing a book, postcards and stickers, illustrated by the author, with lots of quotes about the power
of words.

¡No! (No!) by Marta Altés
Thule Ediciones (October)
ISBN 978-8-4153-5730-8
This is the story of a likeable dog that has good intentions but can be a bit unruly. Without knowing any better, he believes his name is

Secretos en la nieve (Snowbound Secrets) by Virginia Kroll
Cuento de Luz (October)
ISBN 978-8-4157-8476-0
A tale set in Bhutan; it is a hymn to nature, teaching children to learn what it means to respect traditions and legends and to cast off our fears.

Los tres cerditos (Three Little Pigs)
Parragon (October)
ISBN 978-1-4723-7458-5
A brand new interactive story line with plenty of scope to extend the series. This classic fairy tale appeals to parents and children alike.

Water Rolls, Water Rises / El agua rueda, el agua sube (bilingual) by Pat Mora, illus. by Meilo So
Children’s Book Press (October)
ISBN 978-0-8923-9325-1
In a series of poetic verses in English and Spanish, readers learn about the movement and moods of water and the ways in which water affects varied landscapes and cultures.

La banda de Zoé 9. Misterio en Venecia (Zoé’s Gang 9. Mystery in Venice) by Ana García-Siñeriz, illus. by Jordi Labanda
Destino Infantil & Juvenil (November)
ISBN 978-84-08-13383-4
Newest title of the successful “Zoe’s Gang” series. Funny adventures starring Zoe and friends, which reinforce essential values such as friendship, self-esteem, the difference, and the love of nature.

De la cabeza a los pies (My Head-to-Toe Body Book) by Okido Studios
Blume (November)
ISBN 978-8-4980-1640-6
Three explorers go on adventures inside the body to find out how it works. Children investigate each topic by playing and learning. The book is packed with games, recipes, and craft activities.

Lindbergh: La increíble aventura de un ratón volador (Lindbergh: The Tale of the Flying Mouse) by Torben Kuhlmann
Editorial Juventud (November)
ISBN 978-84-261-4116-3
The debut of Torben Kuhlmann is an extraordinary book about a clever and inventive little mouse. One day she discovers that all the mice in her hometown of Hamburg have disappeared.

La risa de Ignacio (Isaac’s laugh) by Juan Ignacio Peña
Cuento de Luz (November)
ISBN 978-8-4160-7836-3
A poignant tale that celebrates the joy of living despite life’s hurdles, reminding us that fun and bravery can build a world full of love and hope.

Sam y Leo cavan un hoyo (Sam and Dave Dig a Hole) by Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen
Editorial Juventud (November)
ISBN 978-84-261-4091-3
Sam and Dave are on a mission—a mission to find something spectacular. So they dig a hole. And they keep digging. And they find... nothing. Yet.

Tren de invierno (The Winter Train) by Susanna Isern
Cuento de Luz (November)
ISBN 978-8-4157-8480-7
Winter is drawing near, and like every year, the forest animals catch the train headed to warmer lands. A delightful tale of friendship and solidarity.

El Chavo: La carrera de autos (The Car Race) by Samantha Brooke and Juan Pablo Lombana
Scholastic (January)
ISBN 978-0-5457-2293-3
Quico challenges Chavo and Nono to a car race around the neighborhood. Based on the cartoon version of one of the most successful television series in Mexico and Latin America.

Feliz y triste (Happy and Sad)
Parragon (January)
ISBN 978-1-4723-6433-3
Innovative two-in-one board book format. Smaller book incorporated inside larger one. Opposites themes of big and small. Theme and format perfectly matched.

Glitterbelle: La Princesa (Glitterbelle: The Sparkliest Princess Ever!)
Parragon (January)
ISBN 978-1-4723-5796-0
One of four exciting and sparkly new books launching the Glitterbelle character. A clever twist on the original “Princess and the Pea” fairy tale to appeal to older girls.

Grande y pequeño (Big and Small)
Parragon (January)
ISBN 978-1-4723-6432-6
Innovative two-in-one board book format. Smaller book incorporated inside larger one. Opposites themes of big and small. Theme and format perfectly matched.

El mundo de acuerdo a Humphrey (The World According to Humphrey) by Betty G. Birney
Puffin (January)
ISBN 978-0-14-751419-6
You can learn a lot about life by observing another species: that’s what Humphrey was told when he was first brought to room #26, and, boy, is it true!

La Princesa de Hadas (Fairy-Tale Princess)
Parragon (January)
ISBN 978-1-4723-6472-2
Includes a variety of fairy-tale-princess-themed creative make-and-do activities. Hardback spiral bound format is durable and lies flat, making it easy to use during creative sessions.

Vehículos fuertes (Mighty Vehicles)
Parragon (January)
ISBN 978-1-4723-6473-9
Includes a variety of vehicle-themed creative make-and-do activities. Hardback spiral bound format is durable and lies flat, making it easy to use during creative sessions.

¡Cloquea en la granja! (Cluck on the Farm!)
Parragon (February)
ISBN 978-1-4723-7642-8
This big, bright board book is packed full of noisy farmyard fun! Toddlers won’t be able to resist pressing the buttons and copying the animal sounds that accompany the colorful photographs.

Martín, de grumete a capitán (Martin, From Cabin Boy to Cabin) by Arianna Squilloni and David de las Heras
Thule Ediciones (February)
ISBN 978-8-4153-5733-9
A fun tale that supports kid’s imaginations, this colorful graphic novel will transport young readers to another world as Martin and his sister Beba sail out to sea.

¡Pita por la carretera! (Vroom Down the Road!)
Parragon (February)
ISBN 978-1-4723-7643-5
This big, bright board book is packed full of noisy fun. The sturdy picture tabs make it easy for young children to turn the pages to find their favorite vehicles.

¡Ruge con los animales! (Growl with the Animals)
Parragon (February)
ISBN 978-1-4723-7644-2
This big, bright board book is packed full of noisy animal fun! The sturdy picture tabs make it easy for young children to turn the pages to find their favorite creatures.


Si decido quedarme (If I Stay) by Gayle Forman
Salamandra (September)
ISBN 978-84-9838-638-7
For seventeen-year-old Mia, surrounded by a wonderful family, friends and a gorgeous boyfriend decisions might seem tough, but they’re all about a future full of music and love.

El único e incomparable Iván (The One and Only Ivan) by Katherine Applegate
Océano Gran Travesía (September)
ISBN 978-6-0773-5062-0
Having spent 27 years in a shopping mall, Ivan has grown accustomed to humans. But when he meets Ruby, a baby elephant, he is forced to see life through new eyes.

La última cazadora (The Last Falconer) by Elizabet May
RBA Molino (September)
ISBN 978-8-4272-0526-0
Elizabeth May’s debut is a wicked cocktail of Jane Austen’s high society and the Grimm’s fairy tales. Absolutely wonderful: a Must Read Now fantasy novel.

Amanecer rojo (Red Sunrise) by Pierce Elliott Brown
RBA Molino (October)
ISBN 978-8-4272-0838-4
The heart-stopping excitement of the Hunger Games meets the pulse-pounding majesty and complexity of Game of Thrones, all wrapped up in the visionary beauty and melancholy of Blade Runner.

Ciudades de papel (Paper Towns) by John Green
Vintage Español (October)
ISBN 978-1-1018-7317-5
Printz Medalist John Green returns with the trademark brilliant wit and heart-stopping emotional honesty that have inspired a new generation of readers.

Una monstruoamiga muy misteriosa (Monster High: Who’s That Ghoulfriend?) by Gitty Daneshvari
Alfaguara (October)
ISBN 978-6-0711-2950-5
The three ghoulfriends, Robecca Steam, Venus McFlytrap, and Rochelle Goyle, are on the case to solve the mystery of the missing headmistress!

Las monstruoamigas se la pasan de miedo (Monster High: Ghoulfriends Just Want to Have Fun) by Gitty Daneshvari
Alfaguara (October)
ISBN 978-6-0711-2683-2
Ghoulfriends forever Rochelle, Robecca, and Venus are having a fantastic time getting involved at Monster High... until they get a hint of a threat at their school.

El rastro brillante del caracol (Trail of the Snail) by Gemma Lienas
Destino Infantil & Juvenil (October)
ISBN 978-84-08-13199-1
A disturbing thriller about cyberbullying. Sam suffers from Asperger syndrome, he has difficulties to look into the eyes of people and some obsessions that frequently gets on people’s nerves.

Monstruoamigas para siempre
(Monster High: Ghoulfriends Forever) by Gitty Daneshvari
Alfaguara (October)
ISBN 978-6-0711-2329-9
Can the new Ghoulfriends Forever expose everyone’s new favorite teacher as a fraud, or will they succumb to peer pressure?

El espectacular ahora (The Spectacular Now) by Tim Tharp
Alfaguara (November)
ISBN 978-6-0711-3183-6
Sutter Keely is the life of the party, until he gets in over his head with socially awkward Aimee.

¿De qué color es tu sombra? (What Color Is Your Shadow?) by Jose Ignacio Valenzuela
Alfaguara (November)
ISBN 978-6-0711-3250-5
Agustín is different from the other kids. One day his unique trait makes him shine even more brightly than usual, especially in the eyes of the other children.

Stink, Superhéroe del Sistema Solar (Stink, Solar System Superhero) by Megan McDonald
Alfaguara (December)
ISBN 978-1-9419-9903-5
When Stink learns that Pluto has flunked out of the Milky Way, he has no choice but to take a stand for the sake of little planets everywhere.

Sangre de Olimpo (Blood of Olympus) by Rick Riodan
Vintage Español (January)
ISBN 978-0-8041-7168-7
Fifth book in the bestselling series The Heroes of Olympus from beloved YA author Rick Riordan.

El teorema Katherine (An Abundance of Katherines) by John Green
Vintage Español (February)
ISBN 978-1-1019-1056-6
From the #1 bestselling author of The Fault in Our Stars, comes a novel about love and friendship; adding to heart-changing conclusions in this layered comic novel about reinventing oneself.



Biblia NTV Edición para nuevos creyentes (Bible NTV for New Believers)
Editorial Tyndale (September)
ISBN 978-1-4143-3592-6
The NTV New Believer’s Bible is uniquely designed to help new Christians develop and deepen their faith through reading, studying and understanding the Word of God.

Citas con el cielo (Appointments with Heaven) by Reggie Anderson
Editorial Tyndale (September)
ISBN 978-1-4143-9162-5
Reggie Anderson reveals to us what he has seen, heard, smelled and experienced each time he is next to the bedside of a dying patient.

Cuatro lunas de sangre (Four Blood Moons) by John Hagee
Worthy Publishing—Latino (September)
ISBN 978-1-61795-417-7
New York Times bestselling author, Pastor John Hagee, explores the supernatural connection of celestial events to biblical prophecy—and to the future of God’s chosen people and nations of the world.

Simplifica: Diez principios para aliviar tu alma (Simplify: 10 Practices to Unclutter Your Soul) by Bill Hybels
Editorial Tyndale (September)
ISBN 978-1-4143-9126-7
Bestselling author and pastor Bill Hybels unpacks key areas of life that can get out of focus, and provides practical advice to help unclutter your mind, heart and soul.

Usted puede, y lo hará: 8 atributos indiscutibles de un ganador (You Can, You Will) by Joel Osteen
FaithWords (September)
ISBN 978-1-4555-7840-5
Bestselling author Joel Osteen describes the eight characteristics that are common to people who achieve their goals and attain the highest levels of success.

Una vida hermosa (A Beautiful Life) by Kerry Clarensau
Influence Resources (September)
ISBN 978-1-62912-133-8
Kerry Clarensau combines inspiring stories with practical advice while encouraging readers to embrace God’s love and share it with others.

Viva Valientemente: Enfrente lo que sea, aunque sea con miedo (Living Courageously) by Joyce Meyer
FaithWords (September)
ISBN 978-1-4555-7842-9
#1 New York Times bestselling author Joyce Meyer explains how to receive courage from God so we may live to the fullest.

La buena pelea (The Good Fight) by Les and Leslie Parrott
Worthy Publishing—Latino (October)
ISBN 978-1-61795-458-0
Filled with practical advice that couples can implement quickly and easily, La buena pelea helps husbands and wives build a relationship where harmony outweighs tension and peace finds a home.

Cada día con Jesús: 365 Devociones interactivas (Jesus Daily) by Aaron Tabor
FaithWords (October)
ISBN 978-1-4555-8775-9
A 365-day devotional based on themes from Facebook’s #1 “most engaging page” in the world, Jesus Daily.

Cómo sanar las heridas del abuso (Abuse to Favor) by Jo Ann Aleman and Sharon Kay Ball
B&H Español (October)
ISBN 978-1-4336-8421-0
Abuse comes in many forms, so what do you do when you realize you’re being abused? There is help for abuse. Whether you’re caught in domestic violence, or experiencing verbal abuse.

Cómo superar el miedo (Fear to Courage) by Kim Vastine and Paige Henderson
B&H Español (October)
ISBN 978-1-4336-8419-7
This booklet will help you define the root of your fear, whether it’s sexual abuse or something else that’s just as damaging, and help you move past it to healing and wholeness.

Drucker y yo (Drucker and Me) by Bob Buford
Worthy Publishing—Latino (October)
ISBN 978-1-61795-438-2
Two men discover a mutual passion and strategy that will literally change the world. Their disappointment with corporate America leads them to embrace the non-profit sector, including the mega church movement.

Encuentre el sentido cuando la vida no lo tenga (Making Sense When Life Doesn’t) by Cecil Murphey
Worthy Publishing—Latino (October)
ISBN 978-1-61795-442-9
Cecil Murphey’s compelling stories, hope-filled insights, and gentle encouragement move readers with messy lives to the stunning realization that life won’t ever be perfect, but it can be good... even exciting.

Lecturas ¡dé el salto! Cinco Claves para Superar las Barreras y Vivir una Vida Extraordinaria (Break Out) by
Joel Osteen
FaithWords (October)
ISBN 978-1-4555-3122-6
#1 New York Times bestselling author Joel Osteen dares readers to stretch their faith in this devotional that is sure to revive and invigorate every day of the year.

¿Perdonar cuando hemos sido abandonadas? (Abandonment to Forgiveness) by Micelle Moore and Paige Henderson
B&H Español (October)
ISBN 978-1-4336-8420-3
At some point in every woman’s life, a feeling of abandonment causes deep-rooted pain and insecurity.

Plenitud luego del divorcio (Divorce to Wholeness) by Sharon Kay Ball and Paige Henderson
B&H Español (October)
ISBN 978-1-4336-8418-0
Divorce to Wholeness has stories from women just like you—those who have been through a tragedy they did not want, and found recovery.

Aprendamos de los gigantes: Lecciones tomadas de la Biblia acerca de la vida y el liderazgo
(Learning from the Giants) by John C. Maxwell
FaithWords (November)
ISBN 978-1-4555-3125-7
New York Times bestselling author John C. Maxwell delivers lessons on self-improvement and leadership derived from biblical stories.

Obediencia inmediata (Immediate
Obedience) by Rod Loy
Influence Resources (November)
ISBN 978-1-62912-144-4
Rod Loy describes the thrill and the challenge of walking hand in hand with the King of the universe. His 90-day challenge encourages readers to listen for God’s voice.

Valerosa Compasión (Courageous
Compassion) By Beth Grant
My Healthy Church (November)
ISBN 978-1-62423-111-7
Beth Grant demonstrates that spiritual darkness is more than a concept by sharing amazing stories of the sexually enslaved who have found freedom.

Los maestros de la sospecha (Masters of Suspicion) by Francesc Torralba
Fragmenta Editorial (February)
ISBN 978-8-4924-1675-2
With clarity and rigor, Torralba explains and compares the contributions of the masters of suspicion—Marx, Nietzsche, and Freud—to the criticism of inherited religion and anthropology.


365 oraciones (365 Prayers) by Susaeta Publishing Inc.
Susaeta Ediciones SA (December)
ISBN 978-8-4677-3102-6
Prayer can be confusing at a young age, but the simplicity in this collection will help both children and parents feel closer to God.