Starts School by Charlotte Middleton.
Five-year-old Enrico the cat starts school, but has no idea how to make
friends until his brother helps him.
Records by Eric Velasquez.
Spending summer in Spanish Harlem with his Puerto Rican grandmother,
Eric learns about her life in Puerto Rico through her favorite merenges
and salsa records.
at Last by Susan Middleton Elya.
Eight-year-old Ana helps her mother adjust to her new life in the United
Tia Lola Came to Stay by Julia Alvarez.
Ten-year-old Miguel learns to love his flamboyant aunt from the Dominican
Republic when she visits his family in Vermont.
Love Saturdays y Domingos by Alma Flor Ada.
This simple story shows the relationship a young girl has with her two
sets of grandparents who are from two different cultures…one European
American and the other Mexican American.
Does the Mambo by Katherine Leiner.
Following the death of her Papa, Sophia fears that her Mama will never
find another dancing partner for Carnival.
Very Own Room/Mi Propio Cuartito by Amada Irma Pérez.
A Mexican-American girl, with help from her family, realizes her dream
of having her own space in her crowded house.
Rainbow Tulip by Pat Mora.
Set in Texas, in the 1920s, a young Mexican-American girl adapts to her
Remembering Stone by Barbara Timberlake Russell.
A simple story of a mother telling her young daughter about her previous
life in Costa Rica.
Rain Cloud by Tony Johnston.
Carlos tries to help his cranky Uncle Tomas, who is happiest when telling
stories about his homeland, adjust to their new home in Los Angeles.