La Corona rota (The Shattered Crown)

by Richard Ford

Urano (June)

ISBN 978-8492915590

The king is dead and his daughter now wears the Steel Crown. A horde is carving a bloody road, hell-bent on razing Steelhaven to the ground, or else the city will fall.

Después del invierno (After the Winter) by Guadalupe Nettel

Anagrama (June)

ISBN 978-8433997845

Claudio is a Cuban living in New

York City who works at a publishing house. Cecilia is a Mexican student living in Paris. During a trip to Paris, Claudio meets Cecilia and their destinies intersect.

El Mapa del Caos (Map of Chaos)

by Felix J. Palma

Atria Español (June)

ISBN 978-1-4516-8922-8

When the person he loves most dies under tragic circumstances, the mysterious protagonist does all he can to speak to her one last time.

Te vendo un perro (I Sell You a Dog)

by Juan Pablo Villalobos

Anagrama (June)

ISBN 978-8-4339-9785-2

In Mexico City, a group of elderly residents spend their days managing neighborhood issues and talking about literature. Their daily routine is altered by the arrival of the youngsters Willem, Mao, and Dorotea.


1001 remedios de la medicina china

(1,001 Remedies of Chinese Medicine)

by Lihua Wang

Ediciones Robinbook (June)

ISBN 978-8-4991-7257-6

Geared toward those who want more information on traditional Chinese medicine, this comprehensive reference offers updated and detailed remedies for numerous ailments, while also providing explanations of the symptoms of each disease.

Cocina sana para diabéticos

(Healthy Cooking for Diabetics)

Parragon (June)

ISBN 978-1-4748-1512-3

This cookbook proves that having diabetes doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy a variety of foods, helping you plan your meals and make the best choices when snacking and eating out.

Lost in music: Una Odisea Pop

(Lost in Music) by Giles Smith

Contra (June)

ISBN 978-8-4940-9389-0

With sharp humor, Smith recalls his childhood dreams firsthand: the bands he played in over the years and the crucial years in which he developed his passion for pop music and its culture.

NTV: Biblia de estudio del diario vivir (NTV: Life Application Study Bible)

Tyndale House Publishers (June)

ISBN 978-1-4143-1478-5

The Life Application Study Bible continues to be the most popular Bible today. This translation is uniquely rendered into today’s Spanish, by more than 50 leading Bible scholars.

El origen emocional de las enfermedades (Emotional Origin of Diseases)

by Christian Flèche

Obelisco (June)

ISBN 978-8-4161-9231-1

Each symptom of an illness has emotional origin. Thus, each symptom is a valuable key to curing the physical disease and the emotional imbalance that created it.

La segunda oportunidad (Second Chance: For Your Money, Your Life and Our World) by Robert Kiyosaki

Aguilar (June)

ISBN 978-1-9419-9935-6

A guide to creating a fresh start, facing dangers, and seizing opportunities as they present themselves.


Fabulario (Fables)

by Antonio A. Gómez Yebra and Isabel Riera Torrent

Ediciones Aljibe (June)

ISBN 978-8-4970-0754-2

Young children are drawn to the musicality of nursery rhymes, lullabies, and poems. This collection features animals with human characteristics and addresses many curious questions.

Max viaja a Marte (Max Goes to Mars)

by Jeffrey Bennett

Big Kid Science (June)

ISBN 978-1-9375-4848-3

Come with Max as he joins astronauts on the first human mission to Mars. Young children can enjoy the story, while older kids learn about scientific concepts embedded in the scenes.

Mi abuela la loca (My Crazy Grandma) by José Ignacio Valenzuela

Alfaguara (June)

ISBN 978-6-0711-3691-6

Many grandmas are dreamers and poets; some even dare to participate in poetry contests, planting a love of literature in their grandchildren.