El amor en los tiempos del cólera (illus. ed.)

(Love in the Time of Cholera, illus. ed.)

Gabriel García Márquez

Vintage Español

ISBN 978-0-593-08165-5

One of García Márquez’s most beloved novels, illustrated by the Chilean artist Luisa Rivera and designed by the author’s son, Gonzalo García Barcha. (Oct.)

El aspecto del diablo

(The Devil Aspect)

Craig Russell


ISBN 978-84-17305-88-8

Prague, 1935: Psychiatrist Viktor Kosárek arrives at the infamous Hrad Orlu Asylum for the Criminally Insane. The state-of-the-art facility is known for concealing dark secrets going back many generations. (Sept.)

Bajo cero

(Cold Storage)

David Koepp

HarperCollins Español

ISBN 978-0-06-294299-9

A debut novel by the screenwriter of Jurassic Park narrates a wild and terrifying adventure about three strangers who must work together to contain a highly contagious, deadly organism. (Oct.)

Cari Mora

(Cari Mora)

Thomas Harris


ISBN 978-16-447-3115-4

From the creator of Hannibal Lecter and The Silence of the Lambs comes a story of evil, greed, and the consequences of dark obsession. (Nov.)

La chica salvaje

(Where the Crawdads Sing)

Delia Owens

Vintage Español

ISBN 978-0-


At once an ode to the natural world, a coming-of-age story, and a surprising tale of possible murder. (Oct.)

Ciudad de mujeres

(City of Girls)

Elizabeth Gilbert


ISBN 978-16-447-3096-6

This novel of glamour, sex, and adventure portrays a young woman discovering that she doesn’t have to be a good girl to be a good person. (Oct.)

Cómo no morir solo

(How Not to Die Alone)

Richard Roper

HarperCollins Español

ISBN 978-0-06-293115-3

A debut novel about love, loneliness, and the importance of taking a chance when one feels one has the most to lose. (Nov.)

Cuentos completos

(Complete Stories)

Jorge Luis Borges

Vintage Español

ISBN 978-0-525-56712-7

All of Borges’s short stories are collected in this single volume. (Oct.)

Desierto sonoro

(Lost Children Archive)

Valeria Luiselli

Vintage Español

ISBN 978-0-525-56694-6

A family’s road trip across America is told with breathtaking imagery, lyricism, and humanity. (Oct.)



William Ospina

Literatura Random House

ISBN 978-16-447-3095-9

The complex and painful history of Colombia is revealed in this mirror of a novel. (Oct.)



Stephen King

Vintage Español

ISBN 978-1-984-89872-2

A famous novelist is held hostage by his number one fan and suffers a frightening case of writer’s block, which could prove fatal (Nov.)

Mr. Mercedes

(Mr. Mercedes)

Stephen King

Vintage Español

ISBN 978-1-984-89868-5

In a race against time, three unlikely heroes try to stop a lone killer from blowing up thousands. (Nov.)

Naturaleza salvaje

(Force of Nature)

Jane Harper


ISBN 978-84-16237-37-1

Five colleagues are forced to go on a corporate retreat in the wilderness, and one of them doesn’t return from the woods. Each companion tells a different story about what happened. (Dec.)

Nueva York de un plumazo

(New York at a Stroke of the Pen)

Mateo Sancho


ISBN 978-84-17305-96-3

Simon is a young, gay, Spanish journalist who leaves Madrid to settle in New York, where he discovers opportunities, difficulties, and a way of living his homosexuality. (Nov.)

Pequeñas grandes cosas

(Small Great Things)

Jodi Picoult


ISBN 978-84-16517-18-3

Ruth Jefferson, a labor and delivery nurse with more than 20 years of experience, begins a checkup on a newborn, but the parents don’t want Ruth, who’s African-American, to touch their child. (Sept.)

El pintor de almas

(Painter of Souls)

Ildefonso Falcones


ISBN 978-16-447-3097-3

Love, a passion for art, revenge, and social revolts all come together in modernist Barcelona at the beginning of the 20th century. (Sept.)

La próxima persona que encontrarás en el cielo

(The Next Person That You Meet in Heaven)

Mitch Albom


ISBN 978-84-17708-43-6

Eddie fixes amusement park rides. On his 83rd birthday, he dies in an accident and goes to heaven, where the five people he meets help him better understand his life. (Oct.)


(Remember Me)

Mario Escobar

HarperCollins Español

ISBN 978-1-41-859938-6

This novel recounts the historical escape of over 500 children from the Spanish Civil War in the 1930s to Mexico, with the blessing of their parents and assistance by the Mexican government. (Oct.)



Arturo Pérez-Reverte


ISBN 978-16-447-3106-2

The adventure of the Spanish warrior, El Cid, who was forced into exile. (Sept.)



Ernesto Quiñonez

Vintage Español

ISBN 978-1-984-89750-3

A dark, coming-of-age novel is ripe with magical realism, music, sorcery, and redemption, from the author of Bodega Dreams. (Sept.)

Tema libre

(Multiple Choice)

Alejandro Zambra


ISBN 978-84-339-9875-0

An experimental novel

parodies the Chilean Academic Aptitude Test, taking the form of questions and answers that spin out into poetry, flash fiction, and short stories. (Oct.)

Los testamentos

(The Testaments)

Margaret Atwood


ISBN 978-84-9838-949-4

The door slammed on Offred’s future at the end of The Handmaid’s Tale. Readers will now learn what lay ahead for her. (Dec.)

La última viuda

(The Last Widow)

Karin Slaughter

HarperCollins Español

ISBN 978-0-06-293829-9

This thriller in the Will Trent mystery series pits Will and Sara against a mysterious group planning to unleash a deadly epidemic. (Oct.)

La uruguaya

(The Uruguayan)

Pedro Mairal

Vintage Español

ISBN 978-1-984-89907-1

Published in Argentina in 2016, this novel about a marriage crisis speaks to how people must confront the broken promises that they have made to each other. (Nov.)


2020—Tu horóscopo personal

(Your 2020 Personal Horoscope)

Joseph Polansky


ISBN 978-84-16344-41-3

A guide to love, life, and career success in 2020, this book includes month-by-month forecasts for every sign. (Nov.)

Algo tiene que cambiar

(Something Needs to Change)

David Platt


ISBN 978-1-64473-039-3

Platt dares readers to make a difference in a world of urgent need, starting right where they live. (Sept.)

Ante las puertas del cielo

(The People I Met at the Gates of Heaven)

Don Piper


ISBN 978-16-447-3042-3

Piper offers intimate details of the people who he says met him at the gates of heaven and the impact they had on his faith on Earth. (Sept.)

El arte de vivir con sencillez

(The Art of Simple Living)

Shunmyo Masuno


ISBN 978-84-16720-76-7

In these one-a-day-for-100-days lessons, Buddhist monk Masuno draws on centuries of wisdom to teach readers how to Zen their lives. (Nov.)

Cocina latina ligera

(Light Latin Cooking)

Johana Clavel

Vintage Español

ISBN 978-0-525-56557-4

Part lifestyle guide, part cookbook, this work compiles 170 Latin-American recipes turned healthy, inspired by Clavel’s mission to encourage cooking at home. (Dec.)

Deja de hacer p*ndejadas

(Stop Doing That Sh*t)

Gary John Bishop

HarperCollins Español

ISBN 978-0-06-293831-2

Bishop gives his readers tools that he says will help them get out and live the life of their dreams. (Oct.)

Desafiando la tierra salvaje

(Daring Greatly)

Brené Brown


ISBN 978-84-160-7647-5

This new vision for how to lead, love, work, parent, and educate teaches the power of vulnerability. (Oct.)

Dormir inteligentemente

(Sleep Smarter)

Shawn Stevenson


ISBN 978-84-414-3929-0

With this 14-day sleep makeover, readers will learn tips and tricks aimed at creating the ideal sleep sanctuary. (Sept.)

El enemigo del pueblo

(The Enemy of the People)

Jim Acosta

HarperCollins Español

ISBN 978-0-06-298163-9

CNN’s chief White House correspondent, branded an “enemy of the people” by President Trump, delivers an insider’s look into the realities of the current White House and what he says is its war on truth and the First Amendment. (Oct.)



Robert T. Kiyosaki


ISBN 978-16-447-3080-5

Kiyosaki delivers insights and answers that aim to help people without much financial education determine what’s relevant to their financial lives. (Sep.)

Hacer más con menos

(Doing More with Less)

Bruce Piasecki


ISBN 978-84-9111-468-0

From his 30 years of experience as a management consultant, Piasecki shows how embracing frugality offers a crucial competitive edge. (Oct.)

Jesús en mí

(Jesus in Me)

Anne Graham Lotz


ISBN 978-16-447-3041-6

A Bible teacher and daughter of Billy Graham unpacks what she says are key biblical truths wrapped in personal insights to reveal how the presence of the Holy Spirit shapes the daily life of a Jesus follower. (Oct.)

Julio Iglesias. La biografía

(Julio Iglesias. The Biography)

Oscar García Blesa


ISBN 978-84-035-1997-8

A singer, songwriter, and among the top 10 record sellers, Iglesias is one of the most influential Spanish artists of the past five decades. (Nov.)

Liderazgo: En tiempos turbulentos

(Leadership: In Turbulent Times)

Doris Kearns Goodwin

Grupo Nelson

ISBN 978-14-041-1129-5

The Pulitzer Prize–winning author attempts to show how leaders are made, not born, exploring the early development, growth, and exercise of leadership. (Oct.)

Manson. La historia real

(Chaos: Charles Manson, the CIA, and the Secret History of the Sixties)

Tom O’Neill and Dan Piepenbring


ISBN 978-84-17771-91-1

A journalist’s fascination with the Manson murders leads to revelations about the FBI’s involvement in this infamous case, in which young followers of Charles Manson murdered seven people in Los Angeles. (Dec.)

Manual de etiqueta y protocolo en la mesa

(A Manual of Etiquette and Protocol at the Table)

Yonel Gómez Benítez


ISBN 978-84-17057-45-9

This book revises international etiquette and protocol in gastronomy through the study of how the rules of table manners have evolved.(Oct.)

Neurociencia para vencer la depresión

(The Upward Spiral: Using Neuroscience to Reverse the Course of Depression, One Small Change at a Time)

Alex Korb


ISBN 978-84-17399-58-0

Neuroscientist Korb aims to demystify the intricate brain processes that cause depression and provide an effective and practical approach with tips on rewiring the brain toward a happier and healthier life. (Oct.)

Un niño seguro de sí mismo

(The Self-Confident Child)

Paola Santagostino


ISBN 978-84-9111-483-3

Lack of self-esteem in a child can cause personality disorders during adult life, such as addictions and emotional difficulties. Santagostino shows different ways to attempt to strengthen a child’s confidence. (Nov.)

No podemos callar: Decirle la verdad en una cultura que redefine el sexo, el matrimonio y lo que está bien o mal

(We Cannot Be Silent: Telling the Truth in a Culture That Redefines Sex, Marriage, and What Is Right or Wrong)

R. Albert Mohler Jr.

Editorial Vida

ISBN 978-08-297-4777-5

Mohler examines how the moral revolution of Western culture—seen most clearly in the acceptance of gay marriage—happened and offers a framework for Christians to live faithfully amid the change. (Oct.)

Objetivo: Michael Jackson

(Target: Michael Jackson)

Concha Calleja


ISBN 978-84-17828-15-8

What if the doctor convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson wasn’t responsible for his death? This book responds to this question. (Nov.)

Patrias. Cuatro amigos, dos países y el destino de la gran migración Mexicana-Americana

(Homelands. Four Friends, Two Countries, and the Fate of the Great Mexican-American Migration)

Alfredo Corchado

Vintage Español

ISBN 978-0-525-56690-8

The story of the last great Mexican migration through the eyes of four friends at a time when the Mexican population in the U.S. is at an all-time high. (Sept.)

El placer sexual ordenado por Dios

(God-Ordained Sexual Pleasure)

Ed and Gaye Wheat

Grupo Nelson

ISBN 978-14-041-1136-3

Useful for newlyweds and a source for pastors and marriage counselors, this book aims to help people understand and enjoy the gift God intended for pleasure. (Oct.)

El poder curativo de los aceites esenciales

(The Healing Power of Essential Oils)

Eric Zielinski


ISBN 978-84-9111-471-0

Biblical health educator Zielinski explains how to prioritize health with essential oils. (Oct.)

El poder de los hábitos. Por qué hacemos lo que hacemos en la vida y los negocios

(The Power of Habit)

Charles Duhigg

Vintage Español

ISBN 978-0-525-56714-1

This book argues that by understanding the three-step “loop” all habits form in the brain—cue, routine, reward—one can change behavior and take control of one’s lives. (Sept.)

Prohibido nacer. Memorias de racismo, rabia y risa

(Born a Crime)

Trevor Noah

Vintage Español

ISBN 978-1-984-89753-4

Noah’s coming-of-age story is set during the twilight of apartheid and the tumultuous days of freedom that followed. (Sept.)

Tao te ching

(Tao te ching)

Lao Tzu

Vintage Español

ISBN 978-1-984-89784-8

A literary translation of the 2,000-year-old Chinese classic outlines the principles of the philosophical tradition of Taoism. (Nov.)

¡Ya supéralo!

(Get Over It, Already!)

César Lozano


ISBN 978-1-6-473-084-3

Humorous life lessons for getting away from problems, toxic people, and destructive relationships. (Oct.)

Yoga Nidra

(Yoga Nidra)

Richard Miller


ISBN 978-84-17399-52-8

A book and CD introduce Yoga Nidra, an ancient tantric yoga path that leads to inner freedom. (Oct.)


Buena noche para fantasmas

(A Good Night for Ghosts)

Mary Pope Osborne


ISBN 978-1-63245-786-8

Merlin sends Jack and Annie to New Orleans in 1915 to inspire young Louis Armstrong to bring jazz to the world. The duo soon discover the city is haunted. (Dec.)

Una caja grande para Ben

(Big Box for Ben)

Deborah Bruss, illus. by Tomek Bogacki

Star Bright Books

ISBN 978-1-59572-857-9

Ben’s ordinary big box leads him and his dog, Wags, on many extraordinary adventures.(Sept.)

Caravana al norte: La larga caminata de Misael

(Caravan to the North, Misael’s Long Walk)

Jorge Argueta


ISBN 978-1-77306-332-4

A first-person account of a Salvadoran boy whose family joins the caravan heading north to the United States. An author’s note is included, along with a map showing the caravan’s route. (Oct.)

Una cerdita llamada Mercy

(A Piglet Named Mercy)

Kate DiCamillo


ISBN 978-1-63245-699-1

The lives of Mr. and Mrs. Watson will never be the same once a tiny piglet named Mercy appears at their front door. (Oct.)

Chatarra prodigiosa

(The Junkyard Wonders)

Patricia Polacco


ISBN 978-1-63245-727-1

Trisha is devastated to learn that her class is known as “The Junkyard.” Her teacher and classmates help her realize that everyone has unique talents, and they are all wonders. (Oct.)

Las chicas perfectas

(The Perfectionists)

Sara Shepard


ISBN 978-60-731-7888-4

The bestselling author of the Pretty Little Liars series has a new one. (Oct.)

Cuento de fantasmas para la Navidad

(A Ghost Tale for Christmas Time)

Mary Pope Osborne


ISBN 978-1-63245-788-2

The magic tree house transports Jack and Annie to Victorian England to help Charles Dickens. They learn about his sad memories and try to save him from his past. (Dec.)

El diario más cool

(The World’s Coolest Journal)

Grupo Nelson’s Editorial Team

Grupo Nelson

ISBN 978-14-002-1836-3

This interactive journal includes practical tips and daily life inspiration and encouragement for kids and teens; includes a bilingual book. (Oct.)

Un duende a fines del invierno

(A Leprechaun in Late Winter)

Mary Pope Osborne


ISBN 978-1-63245-787-5

Jack and Annie go to Ireland to inspire the creativity of a girl named Augusta. They use a special whistle, but things do not go quite according to plan. (Dec.)

La educación de Margot Sanchez

(The Education of Margot Sanchez)

Lilliam Rivera


ISBN 978-1-984-89905-7

A debut coming-of-age novel about dysfunctional families, good and bad choices, and finding the courage to question everything one ever wanted. (Nov.)

Escuela del bien y del mal 2. Un mundo sin príncipes

(A World Without Princes)

Soman Chainani


ISBN 978-84-92918-49-2

Witches and princesses reside at the School for Girls, where they’re inspired to live a life without princes. A war is brewing between schools, but can they restore the peace? (Sept.)

Las espinacas de Sylvia

(Sylvia’s Spinach)

Katherine Pryor, illus. by Anna Raff

Readers to Eaters

ISBN 978-0-998047-78-2

A picky eater discovers the joy of growing food and the pleasure of tasting something new. (Sept.)

Kiki and Jax: La magia de la amistad

(Kiki and Jax: The Life-Changing Magic of Friendship)

Marie Kondo


ISBN 978-16-447-3126-0

The KonMari method of simplifying and organizing one’s home inspires a charming friendship. (Nov.)

Luz de luna sobre la flauta mágica

(Moonlight on the Magic Flute)

Mary Pope Osborne


ISBN 978-1-63245-785-1

The Magic Tree House transports Jack and Annie to an opulent palace in 18th-century Europe to attend a party. They meet a little boy who gets them into big trouble. (Dec.)

Los músicos del pueblo de Bremen

(The Bremen Town Musicians)

Brian Wildsmith

Star Bright Books

ISBN 978-1-59572-856-2

In this illustrated classic tale, four animals forge an improbable friendship and work together to defeat a band of robbers. (Oct.)

Nate el grande en la cima del mundo

(Big Nate from the Top of the World)

Lincoln Peirce


ISBN 978-1-63245-728-8

Big Nate is #1.... #1 troublemaker, that is, as seen in these comic strips published in newspapers and online. (Sept.)

La noche de Nandi

(Handa’s Noisy Night)

Eileen Browne


ISBN 978-84-948900-8-6

Nandi cannot sleep at Tindi’s hut because she keeps hearing noises. Tindi thinks they are caused by members of her family. Who or what is responsible for the sounds? (Sept.)

Poet X

(Poet X)

Elizabeth Acevedo


ISBN 978-84-92918-64-5

Forced to obey the church’s laws, Xiomara understands that her thoughts are best kept to herself. When she’s invited to join the poetry club, she doesn’t know what to do. (Nov.)

Serie Wizenard. Libro 1. El libro de Raim

(The Wizenard Series: Training Camp. Raim)

Kobe Bryant & Wesley King


ISBN 978-84-17771-13-3

From Kobe Bryant, the basketball legend and Academy Award winner comes this portrait of five young basketball players, one enlightening coach, and a transformative game. (Sept.)

Sí, si es contigo

(Yes, If It’s with You)

Calle and Poché


ISBN 978-60-731-8455-7

A debut from Calle and Poché, popular YouTubers on Latin American social media. (Oct.)

Sofía Valdez, presidenta tal vez

(Sofia Valdez, Future Prez)

Andrea Beaty


ISBN 978-16-447-3107-9

The newest picture book from Beaty stars Sofia Valdez, a community leader who stands up for what she believes in. (Nov.)

El sol y el girasol

(The Sun and the Sunflower)

Nicoletta Costa


ISBN 978-84-9145-281-2

The sunflowers have been living in the field for a long time. They’re yellow and round, happy and joyful. All except one, who doesn’t talk to anyone and never smiles. (Nov.)


Cada día es tuyo

(Own Your Everyday)

Jordan Lee Dooley


ISBN 978-16-447-3151-2

Rooted in faith, Dooley guides readers to overcoming obstacles and finding their purpose. (Oct.)

Cari Mora

(Cari Mora)

Thomas Harris


ISBN 978-84-912-9437-5

From the creator of Hannibal Lecter and The Silence of the Lambs comes a story of evil, greed, and the consequences of dark obsession. (Oct.)

La chica salvaje

(Where the Crawdads Sing)

Delia Owens

Random House Audio

ISBN 978-0-593-20959-2

An ode to the natural world, a coming-of-age story, and a surprising tale of possible murder. (Oct.)

Cuentos completos

(The Complete Tales)

Beatrix Potter


ISBN 978-84-488-5434-8

This collection of all of Beatrix Potter’s tales arranges them in the order in which they were first published. (Dec.)

Joven para siempre

(Forever Young)

Daniel Campos


ISBN 978-16-447-3155-0

A physician specializing in age management reveals two key aspects: prevention and treatment. (Dec.)

Kim Ji-young, nacida en 1982

(Kim Ji-young, born in 1982)

Cha Nam-joo


ISBN 978-84-204-3967-9

Kim Ji-young, and ordinary woman, begins to speak with the voices of her mother, a missing friend, and many other women—and her life changes. (Sept.)

Manual para mujeres de la limpieza

(A Manual for Cleaning Women)

Lucía Berlin


ISBN 978-84-204-3774-3

Posthumously published short stories uncover moments of grace in Laundromats and halfway houses of the American Southwest, in the homes of the Bay Area upper class, among switchboard operators and struggling mothers. (Oct.)

Memorias de Adriano

(Hadrian’s Memoirs)

Marguerite Yourcenar


ISBN 978-98-772-5367-2

A well-researched novel captures the spirit of Emperor Hadrian and of ancient Rome. (Nov.)

La oración de Daniel

(The Daniel Prayer)

Anne Graham Lotz


ISBN 978-16-447-3120-8

Graham Lotz teaches how to pray effectively for one’s nation, family, and oneself. (Oct.)

El planeta inhóspito

(The Uninhabitable Earth)

David Wallace-Wells


ISBN 978-84-180-0603-6

A travelogue of the near future exposes the climate troubles that await: food shortages, refugee emergencies, and other crises that will reshape life. (Oct.)

El poder de los hábitos. Por qué hacemos lo que hacemos en la vida y los negocios

(The Power of Habit)

Charles Duhigg

Random House Audio

ISBN 978-1-984-83321-1

This book demonstrates that by understanding the three-step “loop” all habits form in the brain—cue, routine, reward—one can change behavior and take control of one’s lives. (Nov.)

Los testamentos

(The testaments)

Margaret Atwood


ISBN 978-84-173-8485-2

The door slammed on Offred’s future at the end of The Handmaid’s Tale. Readers will now learn what lay ahead for her. (Sept.)

Tiempos recios

(Fierce Times)

Mario Vargas Llosa


ISBN 978-84-204-3956-3

A novel of political conspiracies and interests during the Cold War, including a lie that really happened and changed the future of Latin America. (Oct.)

Todos los fuegos el fuego

(All Fires the Fire)

Julio Cortázar


ISBN 978-98-773-8564-9

This book of eight short stories is by the author of Hopscotch. (Oct.)

Santa Evita

(Santa Evita)

Tomás Eloy Martínez


ISBN 978-98-773-8639-4

In a blend of fact and fiction, the novel focuses on the Argentine first lady Eva Perón; it has already sold more than 10 million copies. (Oct.)



Arturo Pérez-Reverte


ISBN 978-84-204-3874-0

The novel tells the adventure of the Spanish warrior, El Cid, who was forced into exile. (Sept.)

Voces de Chernobil

(Voices from Chernobyl)

Svetlana Alexievich


ISBN 978-84-999-2722-0

Journalist Alexievich interviewed hundreds of people affected by the meltdown to present personal accounts of the worst nuclear reactor accident in history. (Nov.)