New Books on Latinx Life and History

Posted by Kaitlin Smith on September 17, 2020

September 15th marks the beginning of Hispanic American Heritage Montha time to deepen our attention to the histories, experiences, and brilliance of Hispanic American peoples including Latinx communities. We present to you the following five new books to consider as you engage with these themes this month and beyond. These titles run the gamut from historical scholarship and classroom pedagogy to memoir, poetry, and even a book for young readers eager to familiarize themselves with Latinx heroes. Below are words from each publisher about what you will find inside each title:

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Topics: Latin America, Reading List, Latinx History

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