June Bestsellers

1 Vivir para contarla. García Márquez, Gabriel. (Living to Tell the Tale) U.S.: Knopf: Random House. 2002. ISBN 0-4000-4106-6. $25. Still selling strong, Gabo's internationally best-selling memoir has been at number one since its release in November. Non-Fiction
2 ¿Quién dijo que no se puede? Collins, María Antonieta. (Who Said that it was Impossible?) Mexico: Grijalbo: Random House Mondadori. 2002. ISBN 970-05-1518-4. $15.95. Well-loved Univision anchor Collins remains high on the best seller list. Her daughter joins her in this follow-up book on losing weight. Non-Fiction
3 El alquimista: Una fábula para seguir tus sueños. Coelho, Paulo. (The Alchemist: A Fable about Following Your Dream) U.S.: Rayo: HarperCollins. 2002. ISBN 0-06-251140-8. $12.95. A cult figure for U.S. Latinos, internationally best-selling New Age author Coelho is likely to stay on the charts and inspire for a long time. Fiction
4 Dietas y recetas de María Antonieta. Collins, María Antonieta. (María Antonieta's Diets and Recipes) Mexico: Grijalbo: Random House Mondadori. 2001. ISBN 970-05-1355-6. $15.95. Univision's Collins dropped many pounds before her public's eyes. She reveals her secrets in this self-help book for the busy woman. Non-Fiction
5 Mi país inventado: Un paseo nostálgico por Chile. Allende, Isabel. (My Imagined Country: A Nostalgic Stroll Through Chile) U.S.: Rayo: HarperCollins. 2003. ISBN 0-06-054565-8. $23.95. Celebrated novelist Allende invites readers into her heart and mind in this nostalgic amble through her native Chile. Non-Fiction
6 Atravesando fronteras. Ramos, Jorge. (No Borders) U.S.: Rayo: HarperCollins. 2002. ISBN 0-06-0505-095. $14.95. Ramos's candid memoir about his life in journalism and as a Mexican immigrant in the United States is still standing strong. Non-Fiction
7 Cien años de soledad. García Márquez, Gabriel. (One Hundred Years of Solitude) Spain: Ediciones Cátedra: Anaya. 1994. ISBN 84-376-0494-X. $12.95. This classic of all classics by the Nobel Prize-winning Colombian author is considered essential reading for those learning Spanish. Fiction
8 Los 7 pasos al éxito en el amor. Gómez-Bassols, Isabel. (The 7 Steps to Success in Love) U.S.: Unica Libros. 2002. ISBN 0-9721605-0-7. $14.95. The host of Radio Unica, the largest Spanish-language talk radio network in the U.S. presents the seven essential steps to achieving success in love. Non-Fiction
9 Arc Master the GED en Espanol, 2002 (7th Rev. Ed.). (Master the GED en Espanol) U.S. Arco Pub. 2001. ISBN 0-7689-0744-6 $16.95. No surprise to find this title again on the list: New immigrants and U.S. Latino high school drop-outs need to pass the GED to enter the job market. Non-Fiction
10 Reina del sur. Pérez-Reverte, Arturo. (Southern Queen) Spain/U.S.: Alfaguara: Santillana. 2002. ISBN 84-204-6435-X. $19.95. Back on the list, this intellectual thriller peppered with Mexican drug world slang has been a big international hit for this Spanish author. Fiction