Select Spanish-language titles compiled by Leylha Ahuile, with descriptions provided by the publishers.
El poder de los introvertidos
Cain argues that the world dramatically undervalues introverts, and explains how much it loses in doing so.
El precio del racismo
Porter’s book aims to provide a sweeping examination of how American racism has broken the country’s social compact and damaged the lives of every American, and offers potential solutions for how to begin healing these wounds.
Siempre demasiado y nunca suficiente
(Too Much and Never Enough)
Mary L. Trump
Clinical psychologist Trump, whose uncle is Donald Trump, shines a light on their family’s history and explains how her uncle became the man who she says now threatens global health and economic security.
Katz aims to teach readers how to find peace, happiness, and abundance by living in the moment.
10 maravillas del mundo para niños
(The 10 Wonders of the World for Children)
A children’s book full of fun facts and striking images of 10 of the world’s wonders. It illustrates the features that have made these architectural marvels a part of history.
Algo pasa en mi ciudad
(Something Happened in Our Town)
Marianne Celano & Marietta Collins
This book follows two families as they discuss a police shooting of a Black man in their community. The story aims to answer children’s questions about such traumatic events.
Los carteros del espacio
(The Space Mailmen)
Jaume Copons & Liliana Fortuny
The graphic novel series of Agus and the monsters continues—in space! Agus works with three space mailmen to help intercept dangerous letters sent by Dr. Brot.
Crema de Cacahuete y Medu
(Peanut Butter and Jelly)
After Jelly gets Narval to try peanut butter, things are never the same. At least it gets his mind off of waffles... temporarily.
Dirigentes del mundo futuro
(Leaders of the Future World)
Carlos Cuauhtémoc Sánchez
This educational novel, geared toward parents and teachers who want to teach children to be leaders, asks what would happen if criminals seized a formula that could change the minds of children.
Mi Lazarilla, Mi Capitán
(My Lazarilla, My Captain)
A visually impaired girl walks with her blind father to school daily and marvels at how perceptive her father is about people. They turn a mundane stroll into an imaginative adventure.
¿Las princesas pueden ser astronautas?
(Can Princesses Become Astronauts?)
Carmela LaVigna Coyle
Can princesses go to Mars? Can they grow up to be librarians? Yes! Teachers, builders, and even veterinarians, too! This book tells girls that they can achieve anything.
Stranger Things: Archivo secreto de Will Byers
(Will Byers: Secret Files [Stranger Things])
Matthew J. Gilbert
Editorial Océano de México
This book is from the perspective of Will Byers, who visited the Upside Down and survived in the Netflix series Stranger Things.
El único e incomparable Bob
(The One and Only Bob)
Editorial Océano de México
In this sequel to Newbery Medal winner The One and Only Ivan, Bob is a bighearted dog who undertakes a dangerous journey to recover his lost sister.
Gabi, fragmentos de una adolescente
(Gabi, A Girl in Pieces)
A heartwarming YA novel in the form of diary entries written by Gabi Hernández as she chronicles her last year of high school.
(The Devouring Gray)
Christine Lynn Herman
Libros de Seda
The founding families of Four Paths are trapped and spend their lives keeping a mysterious beast at bay. Will Violet and her friends be able to save the town?
Cass, author of the bestselling Selection series, returns with a royal romance full of courtly intrigue.