The Latina Book Club is reclaiming May Is Latino Books Month.
Let’s continue the Celebration with these children's books.
And, for a list of May's fiction books, click here.
Happy Reading ---mcf
A NEW KIND OF WILD by Zara Gonzáles Hoang
Ren grew up surrounded by the magic and wonder of the forest. When he moves to the city, he is lost until he meets Ava. This city girl teaches Ren that the city is also full of wonder, and there is always something to do or see or hear.
FEDERICO AND THE WOLF by Rebecca J. Gomez
This time it’s little Red Hoodie Federico on his way to Abuelo’s house. He meets a Wolf who wants to detain him, but Federico just happens to be carrying a spicy surprise.
GHOST SQUAD by Claribel A. Ortega
Think Coco meets Ghostbusters. Lucely and her BFF Syd cast a spell that accidentally awakens malicious spirits. Luckily, they join forces with Syd’s witch grandmother and friends to save the town.
SAL AND GABI BREAK THE UNIVERSE by Carlos Hernadez
(Rick Riordan Presents)
A sassy funny sequel. There is a twin for all of us, and Gabi’s is a rogue from another universe seeking revenge.
SANTIAGO’S ROAD HOME by Alexandra Diaz
(Simon & Schuster)
Santiago runs away from home, and sets off with a kind mother and daughter for America. But the hardest part of their journey across the border is not the coyotes or the mountains, but the detention centers on the other side in America.
THE UNICORN RESCUE SOCIETY: THE MADRE DE AGUAS OF CUBA by Adam Gidwitz and Emma Otheguy
The newest adventure in the series takes the kids to Cuba to help find a mysterious missing water serpent – the Madre de Aguas—that provides and protects the fresh water on the island. Can the kids find it before it’s too late?