Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 is Hispanic Heritage Month. The following picture books are just some of the many that celebrate Hispanic cultures.
Browsing: ages 4 & up
A boy mourning the loss of his father takes a walk in the woods and makes a life-changing discovery in A Walk in the Woods, by Nikki Grimes, Jerry Pinkney and Brian Pinkney.
A young boy realizes his greatness in I Am My Ancestors’ Wildest Dreams, written by Tanisia Moore and illustrated by Robert Paul.
A young girl and her community celebrating the arrival of their weekly water delivery in Water Day, by Margarita Engle and Olivia Sua.
A young girl learns how to share the best part of herself during the festival of Diwali in The Light Within You, by Namita Moolani Mehra and Kamala Nair.
If you love reading, then you’ll love The Story of a Book. It perfectly captures the magic that happens when the right reader meets the right book.
A little girl deals with loneliness by creating an imaginary friend in Ruby and Lonely, a new picture book by Patrice Karst and Kayla Harren.
It’s never too soon to help kids learn how to handle emotions. These books are excellent places to start talking about emotional intelligence.
Kids all over the country are gearing up to head back to school. These books will help your students — new and old — get ready a year of learning.
A girl learns that the love of her family is never far away in Only a Trenza Away, by Nadine Fonseca and illustrated by Camila Carrossine.