10 Best Books for Family Literacy with Hispanics

10 Best Books for Family Literacy with Hispanics

Flores Family CaféFlores Family Café

$8.95 – $15.95
A family in Baja California takes a chance on a new life and learns that change can be tough. A heartwarming story of the strength of family bonds in the face of obstacles.


Teo and The BrickTeo and The Brick

$8.95 – $15.95
A story of filial love and devotion in the face of poverty. Teo and The Brick is also a glimpse of a long gone time in Los Angeles history.


Telma the Little AntTelma the Little Ant

$8.95 – $15.95
The littlest ant in the world slips in the snow and seeks justice. In the end, she learns that we are all responsible for each other.


Letters ForeverLetters Forever

$8.95
When Camila’s grandfather moves to Mexico they write letters to each other. The letters help ease her pain.


Where Love BeginsWhere Love Begins

$8.95
Where Love Begins is an oral history told from memory about a girl growing up with her family in Bernalillo, New Mexico. Written in the form of a poem, it combines family love with deep historic roots.


A New SunA New Sun

$8.95 – $15.95
Reflections of an immigrant arriving in a new land, where he finds that people all want the same thing: to have hope and make their dreams a reality.


Vines of the EarthVines of the Earth

$8.95 – $15.95
Inspired by the true stories of farm workers who became winemakers in the Vines of the Earth — Napa Valley region of California, this is a story of motivation and perseverance.


Maria de FlorMaria de Flor

$8.95 – $15.95
A sweet story about the preservation of love across generations and the meaning of the Day of the Dead, a special time of bittersweet remembrance and family traditions.


Family StoriesFamily Stories

$8.95
Ten gifted authors tell a memorable story from their childhood and then illustrate it. The result is a rich cultural treasure trove of story and image.


My Super Cool FriendsMy Super Cool Friends

$8.95
Friends come in many different shapes and sizes. The vivid illustrations and amusing details in this book will give children a fun way to describe their own friends at school and learn new descriptive words.