Summer Reading 2013

Summer Reading Book Lists

Find some great books to read this summer:

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Babies, Toddlers & Pre-K

Babies

All Fall Down
by Helen Oxenbury
Have a bouncy bed time!

American Babies
by Global Fund for Children
Adorable photographs of babies from sea to shining sea.

Baby Dance
by Ann Taylor; illustrated by Marjorie van Heerden
Daddy and baby put on their dancing shoes.

Head, Shoulders, Knees & Toes
by Annie Kubler
Eyes and ears and mouth and nose!

Kiss, Tickle, Cuddle, Hug
by Susan Musgrave
Can you guess how the babies feel in these lively photos?

Look Look Outside!
by Peter Linenthal
An exploration of our big world for the littlest babies.

Moomin’s Little Book of Words
illustrated by Tove Jansson
A favorite character shares some special words.

Peekaboo Baby

by Sebastien Braun
Play baby’s favorite game with flaps galore!

I Like Fruit
by Lorena Siminovich
Snack your way through this touch and feel book of colors.

One, Two, Buckle My Shoe
by Salina Yoon
Three, Four… open for more!

Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes / Diez deditos de las manos y Diez deditos de los pies
by / por Mem Fox; illustrated by / ilustrado por Helen Oxenbury
Babies born around the world share many things in common. Los bebés nacidos alrededor del mundo comparten muchas cosas en común.

Yawn

by Sally Symes; illustrated by Nick Sharratt
Get ready for bed with animal friends.

Toddlers

Clip-Clop!
by Nicola Smee
Take a ride with Mr. Horse.

Dinosaur Dig!
by Penny Dale
Dinos + construction = “Read it again!”

Dinosaur vs. Bedtime

by Bob Shea
Who will win?

Higher! Higher! / ¡Más alto! ¡Más alto!
by / por Leslie Patricelli
Just how high can a little girl swing? ¿Qué tan alto puede columpiarse una pequeña niña?

I Can Do It Too!
by Karen Baicker; illustrated by Ken Wilson-Max
Look what she can do. How about you?

In the Ocean
by Salina Yoon
Dive in to sea life!

Book! / ¡Libro!
by / por Kristine O'Connell George; illustrated by / ilustrado por Maggie Smith.
Books are for reading AND for playing! ¡Los libros son para leer y jugar!

Little Mister
by Randy DuBurke
There's no stopping this guy!

Old Mother Hubbard
illustrated by Jane Cabrera
A favorite nursery rhyme comes to life.

Summertime Rainbow /夏天的彩虹
A bilingual book of colors by Belle Yang著 (着)
Spend a beautiful sunny day with these bunnies. 與小兔子們共度陽光明媚的一天。(与小兔子们共度阳光明媚的一天。)

Trains Go
by Steve Light
Enjoy the sights and sounds of the tracks.

ZooBorns!
by Andrew Bleiman and Chris Eastland
Meet some unusual baby animals.

Preschool / Pre-Kindergarten

Bebé Goes Shopping
by Susan Middleton Elya; illustrated by Steven Salerno
Take a trip to the supermercado!

Bee-Bim Bop!
by Linda Sue Park; illustrated by Ho Baek Lee
A family gathers to make their favorite dish.

The Carrot Seed
by Ruth Krauss; illustrated by Crockett Johnson
Sometimes a little patience goes a long way.

Dinosaurs, Dinosaurs
by Byron Barton
Big, extinct and awesome!

Frederick
by Leo Lionni
Dream big with a little mouse.

Freight Train / Tren de carga
a bilingual book by / por Donald Crews
This colorful little train is going places! ¡Este colorido trencito viaja por todas partes!

How Do You Wokka-Wokka?
by Elizabeth Bluemle; illustrated by Randy Cecil
Join the party and find out!

Moon Rope / Un lazo a la luna
a bilingual book by / por Lois Ehlert
You don’t need a rocket to get to the moon! ¡No se necesita un cohete para llegar a la luna!

One Bean
by Anne Rockwell; illustrated by Megan Halsey
Plant a seed and watch it grow.

Rosie’s Walk
by Pat Hutchins
Can Rosie the hen outfox the fox?

Sam Who Never Forgets
by Eve Rice
It's time for Elephant's dinner, but where is Zookeeper Sam?

The Ugly Vegetables
by Grace Lin
Get ready for a tasty surprise!

Kindergarten & Grade 1

Fiction

Bread and Jam for Frances
by Russell Hoban, illustrated by Lillian Hoban
Will Frances keep eating just bread and jam forever?

Diary of a Wombat
by Jackie French, illustrated by Bruce Whatley
Learn how to train your humans.

The Gingerbread Boy
by Richard Egielski
The beloved quick footed cookie is on the loose in New York City!

A Green, Green Garden
by Mercer Mayer
Plant some seeds and watch them grow with everyone's favorite Little Critter.

Little Mouse Gets Ready
by Jeff Smith
This little guy conquers snaps, buttons, Velcro and other challenges in this simple comic tale.

My Best Friend
by Mary Ann Rodman, illustrated by E.B. Lewis
Tamika is Lily's best friend. She just doesn't know it yet.

Pezzettino
by Leo Lionni
Big or small, Pezzettino learns that when it comes to finding your place in the world, size doesn't matter.

Scaredy Squirrel at the Beach
by Mélanie Watt
Everyone's favorite germ fearing rodent plans his perfect vacation getaway.

See Me Run
by Paul Meisel
Digging dogs find a dino in this easy to read caper.

A Splendid Friend, Indeed
by Suzanne Bloom
A persistent goose wins over a grumpy polar bear.

Subway Ride
by Heather Lynn Miller, illustrated by Sue Ramá
Zip through ten of the world's subway stations with kids as your guides.

Yo! Yes?
by Chris Raschka
How to make a new friend in 34 words or less.

Zelda and Ivy: The Big Picture
by Laura Mcgee Kvasnosky
Three foxy friends become stealthy secret agents.

Nonfiction

Ants
by Melissa Stewart
Learn creepy and cool facts about these amazing picnic crashers.

Bats
by Elizabeth Carney
Meet the flying mammals that flock by the hundreds and sleep upside down.

Meet the Dinosaurs
by Dorling Kindersley, Inc.
Say hello to everyone from the armored Ankylosaurus to the tough Triceratops.

Rocks and Minerals
by Kathleen Weidner Zoehfeld
From molten lava to dazzling gemstones find out about your favorite rocks.

Snakes Slither and Hiss
by Dorling Kindersley, Inc.
Scales, forked tongues, and flying tree snakes, oh my!

Series

Biscuit - Alyssa Satin Capucilli
Brownie and Pearl - Cynthia Rylant
Froggy - Jonathan London
Robin Hill School - Margaret McNamara
Mouse & Mole – Wong Herbert Yee

Grades 2 & 3

Fiction

Bink & Gollie
by Kate DiCamillo and Alison McGhee, illustrated by Tony Fucile
These two girls are best buddies because sometimes opposites attract.

Clementine and the Family Meeting
by Sara Pennypacker, illustrated by Marla Frazee
. . . and the news is even worse than she feared.

EllRay Jakes Is a Rock Star!
by Sally Warner, illustrated by Jamie Harper
EllRay hopes to become more popular in school by giving away his geologist father's crystals.

Grandfather’s Journey
by Allen Say
The author's grandfather loves his new country but is still homesick for Japan.

Keena Ford and the Secret Journal Mix-Up
by Melissa Thomson, illustrated by Frank Morrison
After she forgets her journal at mean-girl Tiffany's house, Keena's afraid all her secrets will be revealed.

Mal and Chad: The Biggest, Bestest Time Ever!
by Stephen McCranie
Time traveling's easy compared to dealing with school bullies and girls.

Nikki & Deja: Birthday Blues
by Karen English, illustrated by Laura Freeman
What do you do when your archenemy plans a party for the same day as your birthday?

A Poor Excuse for a Dragon
by Geoffrey Hayes
To Do: "Run amok / Eat people / Roar / Breathe fire / Act scary."

Sassy: Little Sister Is Not My Name
by Sharon M. Draper
A pint-sized fourth grader saves the day thanks to her size and her Sassy Sack.

The Trouble With Chickens: A J.J. Tully Mystery
by Doreen Cronin, illustrated by Kevin Cornell
A retired search-and-rescue dog turned detective is hired to find some missing chicks.

Zapato Power: Freddie Ramos Zooms to the Rescue
by Jacqueline Jules, illustrated by Miguel Benítez
Using his super-speedy shoes and his new silver goggles Freddie solves the mystery of the strange purple squirrel.

Nonfiction

African Acrostics: A Word in Edgeways
by Avis Harley, photographs by Deborah Noyes
Word puzzlers for animal lovers.

Ape Escapes!: And More True Stories of Animals Behaving Badly
by Aline Alexander Newman
Chaos ensues in this collection of crazy animal hijinks.

Archaeologists Dig for Clues
by Kate Duke
These real-life detectives look for secrets about our ancient past.

Digging Up Dinosaurs
by Aliki
Where did the dinosaurs in the museum come from? Here's the answer!

Discovery in the Cave
by Mark Dubowski, illustrated by Bryn Barnard
Four boys and a dog make a once in a lifetime discovery.

Knockin’ On Wood: Starring Peg Leg Bates
by Lynne Barasch
Despite losing his leg at 12, this African-American went on to become a world famous tap dancer.

The Life and Times of the Ant
by Charles Micucci
Fun facts and funny pictures about one of the world's most ancient insects.

One Beetle Too Many: The Extraordinary Adventures of Charles Darwin
by Kathryn Lasky, illustrated by Matthew Trueman
How a bug-loving kid grew up to become the world's most famous scientist.

Wiggling Worms at Work
by Wendy Pfeffer, illustrated by Steve Jenkins
Learn how worms help plants to grow.

Series

Captain Awesome - Stan Kirby
Julian - Ann Cameron
Mercy Watson - Kate DiCamillo
26 Fairmont Avenue - Tomie DePaola
Stink - Megan McDonald

 

Grades 4 & 5

Fiction

Best of the Best: A Baseball Great Novel
by Tim Green
When the Little League World Series is on the line, Josh has to keep his mind on the game.

Camo Girl
by Kekla Magoon
When Ella meets the only other African-American kid in her school, will she betray her best friend for him?

Charlie Joe Jackson’s Guide to Not Reading
by Tommy Greenwald, illustrated by J.P. Coovert
Charlie Joe resorts to desperate measures to keep from picking up a book.

The City of Ember: The Graphic Novel
by Jeanne DuPrau, adapted by Dallas Middaugh, illustrated by Niklas Asker
Two children seek answers and a way to escape a dying city.

The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making
by Catherynne Valente, illustrated by Ana Juan
Leaving behind her safe Omaha home, a young girl sets out on a magical journey.

Hades: Lord of the Dead
by George O’Connor
Descend into the Underworld and meet its master.

How Tía Lola Saved the Summer
by Julia Alvarez
Miguel thinks he's going to have the worst summer ever stuck with a bunch of girls, but surprises are in store.

Little White Duck: A Childhood in China
by Na Liu, illustrated by Andrš Vera Mart̕nez
Eight stories based on the author's memories of growing up in China.

The Mostly True Story of Jack
by Kelly Barnhill
Summer is never boring when you're being pursued by dark forces.

Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH
by Robert C. O’Brien, illustrated by Zena Bernstein
To save her family a mother mouse seeks the help of supergenius rats.

Ninth Ward
by Jewell Parker Rhodes
12-year-old Lanesha and her adopted grandmother struggle to survive Hurricane Katrina.

Turtle in Paradise
by Jennifer L. Holm
During the Great Depression, 11-year-old Turtle discovers a mysterious treasure map while staying with relatives in Florida.

Where the Mountain Meets the Moon
by Grace Lin
An adventurous Chinese girl joins a flightless dragon on an epic quest.

Nonfiction

The BP Oil Spill
by Peter Benoit
Describes the causes of the 2010 oil spill and how if affected the Gulf of Mexico's ecosystem.

Digging for Bird-Dinosaurs: An Expedition to Madagascar
by Nic Bishop
Did birds evolve from dinosaurs? To find out, follow a paleontologist from an excavation

The Fantastic Undersea Life of Jacques Cousteau
by Dan Yaccarino
Meet the man behind the snorkel - learn about the life of this famous deep sea explorer.

Henry Aaron’s Dream
by Matt Tavares
The powerful tale of a kid from the segregated South who became baseball's home run king.

Twelve Rounds to Glory: The Story of Muhammad Ali
by Charles R. Smith Jr., illustrated by Bryan Collier
"Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee." The life of the legendary African-American boxer.

Series

Big Nate - Lincoln Peirce
The Borrowers - Mary Norton
The Clubhouse Mysteries - Sharon M. Draper
Magic Tree House Nonfiction Companions – Mary Pope Osborne

 

Middle School

Fiction

Elijah of Buxton
by Christopher Paul Curtis
The most famous kid in town faces down a two-faced lying preacher.

Friends With Boys
by Faith Erin Hicks
A lonely teen makes friends outside of her three goofy brothers and deald with an annoying ghost.

How to Rock Braces and Glasses
by Meg Haston
The ultimate mean girl gets some eyeglass and metal mouth justice.

I am a Genius of Unspeakable Evil and I want to be Your Class President
by Josh Lieb
An evil genius takes on the ultimate challenge: running for public office in the 7th grade.

The Project
by Brian Falkner
Heart pounding danger surrounds an irreplaceable treasure: The world’s most boring book.

Real Mermaids Don’t Hold Their Breath
by Helene Boudreau
As energetic and fresh as a salty sea breeze.

Scrawl
by Mark Shulman
There’s more to this bully than meets the eye.

Slake’s Limbo: 121 Days
by Felice Holman
How long could you survive in the subway system of NYC?

Nonfiction

Frida Viva La Vida: Long Live Life
by Carmen Bernier-Grand
Wracked with pain, see how Frida lived life to the fullest.

Spilling Ink: A Young Writer’s Handbook
by Anne Mazer
The perfect guide for new writers and old pros.

Recommended Series

Ask Amy Green by Sarah Webb
Churb by Robert Muchamore
H.I.V.E. by Marc Walden
Killer Pizza by Greg Taylor
Monster High by Lisi Harrison
Pendragon by D.J. MacHale

 

High School

Fiction

Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour
by Morgan Matson
Going off course to face your past can help lead you to your future.

Bad Boy
by Dream Jordan
What do you do when your Jekyll is actually a Hyde?

Beauty Queens
by Libba Bray
Lord of the Flies meets Honey Boo Boo

Black Hole Sun
by David Macinnis Gill
Buckle your seatbelts for adventure, horror, and canniblals on Mars!

Daughter of Smoke and Bone
by Laini Taylor
Chimera, wishes, blue hair, angels, demons, forbidden love … and tea.

The Eleventh Plague
by Jeff Hirsch
What happens when the world you thought you knew is turned upside down.

Fire and Hemlock
by Diana Wynne Jones
The ultimate love story based on the tale of Tam Lin.

Half Brother
by Kenneth Oppel
If your little brother’s a chimp, what does that make you?

Kick
by Walter Dean Myers
How do you stay free when the world wants to lock you away?

Resistance 1
by Carla Jablonski
A comic where kids and teens fight back against the Nazis.

Rotters
by Daniel Kraus
This is one family business you won’t want to brag about.

You Killed Wesley Payne
by Sean Beaudoin
It’s dark, it’s funny . . . it’s murder.

Nonfiction

The Book of Styling: An Insider’s Guide to Creating Your Own Look
by Somer Flaherty
For budding fashionistas - the ultimate tips.

The Dark Game: True Spy Stories from Invisible Ink to CIA Moles
by Paul B. Janeczko
Believe it or not, truth is always stranger than fiction.

Dead Strange: the Bizarre Truths Behind 500 World-Famous Mysteries
by Matt Lamy
Urban myths meet strange legends.

Recommended Series

Blood Coven by Mari Mancusi
Blue Exorcist by Kazue Kato
Border Town by Malin Alegria
Cambion Chronicles by Jamie Reed
Dead Is by Marlene Perez
Iron Fey by Julie Kagawa
Shadow Falls by C.C. Hunter
Striker by Nick Hale
Sweep by Cate Tiernan
Trylle by Amanda Hocking

Recommended Authors

Tonya Bolden
Deb Caletti
Kristin Cashore
Susane Colasanti
Jennifer Echols
John Green
Margo Lanagan
Malinda Lo
Carolyn Mackler
Patrick Ness
Paul Volponi
Paul Yee

 

Adults

Fiction

Birds of Paradise
by Diana Abu-Jaber
A teenage runaway living on the gritty streets of Miami must deal with the secret behind her flight from her family as her eighteenth birthday and a hurricane approach.

Chango's Beads and Two-Tone Shoes
by William Kennedy
A chance encounter with Ernest Hemingway leads a reporter on an exciting life journey from riots in Albany to the rise of revolutionaries in Cuba to the death of Robert Kennedy.

Faith: a Novel
by Jennifer Haigh
A woman estranged from her family returns home to fight for her older brother, a priest at the center of a scandal, until she discovers the truth.

Girls in White Dresses
by Jennifer Close
Three young single New York City women bond together after seeing each other through seemingly endless bridal showers, bad dates, unfulfilling careers, and family holidays.

The Informationist
by Taylor Stevens
An information specialist about developing countries thought she had left her childhood behind until a new client hires her to return to Africa to find his missing daughter.

The Irresistible Henry House
by Lisa Grunwald
A young man who was raised by a number of women must unlearn some of his upbringing as he makes his way through swinging 1960s New York, California, and London.

My New American Life
by Francine Prose
A woman from Albania working as a teen’s caretaker for a lonely father in New Jersey tries to avoid three shady characters from her home country.

The Next Best Thing
by Jennifer Weiner
Demanding actors, an unrequited crush on her boss, and her grandmother’s wedding threaten the Hollywood dreams of a television writer.

The Night Circus
by Erin Morgenstern.
The fate of a mysterious circus is in doubt when a young male and a young female magician, trained since childhood to fight a magical duel to the death, complicate everything by falling in love.

NW
by Zadie Smith
Four friends who grew up together in a marginalized community in North West London find their lives diverge as they take on the wider world.

The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane
by Katherine Howe
A hidden key in her late grandmother's home leads a Harvard grad student to dark secrets about her family's link to the Salem witch trials.

Please Look after Mom
by Kyung-sook Shin
A South Korean family reflects on how they’ve taken their mother for granted after she goes missing in the crowds of the Seoul Station subway.

The Third Gate
by Lincoln Child
A professor is brought in to investigate when unexplainable occurrences on an archaeological dig cause the dig workers to fear an ancient curse.

To the End of the Land
by David Grossman
When her son reenlists in the Israeli army, a mother sets off on a hike through the Galilee so that no bad news can reach her.


Turn of Mind

by Alice LaPlante.
A female surgeon suffering from dementia cannot remember whether or not she murdered her best friend and enemy.

Non-Fiction

Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns)
by Mindy Kaling
The shy and surprising Indian American actress, writer, and star of the television comedy “The Mindy Project” shares her comic observations and life stories.

Lost in Shangri-la: A True Story of Survival, Adventure, and the Most Incredible Rescue Mission of World War II
by Mitchell Zuckoff
After their airplane crashes in New Guinea in 1945, two U.S. soldiers and a WAC meet a primitive tribe who think they are spirits before they are rescued by paratroopers.

Packing for Mars: The Curious Science of Life in the Void
by Mary Roach
The popular science writer describes the weirdness of interplanetary travel and answers all your questions about living in outer space.


Rin Tin Tin: the Life and the Legend
by Susan Orlean
Rescued by a soldier from the battlefields of France in 1918, Rin Tin Tin, a German Shepherd puppy, was destined to become a major movie star back in the U.S.

Turn Right at Machu Picchu: Rediscovering the Lost City One Step at a Time
by Mark Adams
An adventure writer retraces the steps of the explorer who discovered the mysterious ancient citadel of Machu Picchu in the Andes Mountains on the centennial anniversary of the original expedition.

Listas de Libros en Español 2013
Jardín de la Infancia & Grado 1

Mis Primeras palabras en casa/My First Words at Home.
Publicado por Star Bright Books.
En la cocina, en la sala, en el dormitorio y en el baño, hay más de 100 palabras emocionantes.

Opposites/Opuestos.

Diseñado por Hakan Şan Borteçin.
Libro bilingüe con divertidas ilustraciones que enseña el concepto de lo que significa ser opuesto.

La Sabana.
Por Albert Asensio.
Libro ilustrado que muestra algunos animales que viven en la sabana incluyendo leones, cebras, elefantes, hipopótamos y jirafas.

What Day is it? /¿Que día es?
Por Alex Moran. Ilustrado por Daniel Moreton.
A los amigos de Gil se les olvido su cumpleaños.

Los sonidos de la noche.
Por Javier Sobrino y Emilio Urberuaga.
Nadie en la selva puede dormir esta noche porque bebé elefante no deja de llorar. Todos los animales tratan de calmarlo, pero sólo uno sabe lo que debe hacer.

Grados 2 & 3

¡A comer!
Por Lucia Serrano Guerrero.
Una lombriz come todo lo que ve.

Arriba y abajo.
Por Oliver Jeffers.
Había una vez dos amigos, y uno de ellos quería volar…

Cosas que me gustan.
Por Carmen Esteva.
Un chimpancé enumera las actividades que le gustan.

Cuckoo: a Mexican folktale / Cucú: un cuento folklórico mexicano.
Por Lois Ehlert.
Un cuento folklórico mexicano.

Guacamole: Un Poema Para Cocinar / A Cooking Poem.
Por Jorge Argueta, ilustrado por Margarita Sada.
Proporciona una receta poética de guacamole que no sólo ofrece instrucciones para hacer el aperitivo, pero muestra que divertido es trabajar con los alimentos.

Grados 4 & 5

Algunos niños, tres perros y más cosas.
Por Juan Farias.
Una cinta azul transporta a un mundo de fantasía donde lo irreal se hace real y lo increíble creíble.

El ladrón del rayo.
Por Rick Riordan.
¿Que pasaría si descubrieras que eres hijo de un Dios Griego y debes cumplir una misión secreta?

Fósiles.
Por Richard y Louise Spilsbury.
¿Como se forman los fósiles, donde encontrarlos y como pueden ser conservados?

Hombre rico, hombre pobre y otros cuentos sobre el dinero.
Varios autores.
¿Será mejor una cebolla o una moneda de oro? Este libro explora los verdaderos y percibidos valores del dinero.

El castillo de Roca Tacana.
Por Geronimo Stilton.
Una fascinante colección de cuentos para niños de todas las edades.

Grados 6-8

El bosque de los cuervos
Por Andrew Peters.
Ark, un joven que vive en las alturas de una ciudad cercana, se entera de un complot para robar un recurso más preciado que el oro en Arborium, la última isla boscosa del futuro.

Dark Dude.
Por Oscar Hijuelos.
En la década de los sesenta, Rico Fuentes, un adolescente de tez pálida abandona su marginado barrio en la ciudad de Nueva York por un mundo de tortas de manzana en Wisconsin.

Devolver al remitente.
Por Julia Álvarez.
Después de descubrir que la familia de su amiga son inmigrantes indocumentados, Tyler reconoce que la amistad verdadera no tiene fronteras.

El libro del cementerio.
Por Gaiman, Neil
Nobody Owens es un chico normal, excepto que ha sido criado por fantasmas y otros sepultados en el cementerio.

Túneles.
Por Roderick Gordon.
Will y su amigo Chester, van en busca de su padre, un arqueólogo desaparecido inexplicablemente.

Grados 9-12

Ecos del desierto.
Por Silvia Dubovoy y René Almanza.
Acompañado de su flauta, Miguel decide dejar su pequeño pueblo natal de Cuicatlán, a pesar del incierto camino que le espera.

Halo.
Por Alexandra Adornetto.
Tres ángeles celestiales son enviados a la ciudad de Venus Cove para protegerla de las fuerzas conjuntas de las tinieblas, pero su misión se complica cuando el ángel más joven se enamora.

Instinto.
Por Amanda Hocking.
Después de descubrir el oscuro secreto de Jack y su hermano Pedro, Alice debe tomar una difícil decisión que la hace debatir entre el amor y su propia sangre.

Monster High.
Por Lisi Harrison.
Lo único que desea Frankie Stein es poder ser aceptada por los demás. ¿Pero quién podrá ayudarla, si ella fue creada en un laboratorio?

Tinieblas.
Por Alyson Noël.
Ever y Damen han luchado contra los enemigos más temibles del mundo para poder estar juntos a través de sus incontables vidas pasadas, pero la poderosa maldición que les amenaza pone un alto precio a su amor eterno.

Ficción Para Adultos

Morirás mañana. 1, El escritor sale a matar.
Por Jaime Bayly.
Primer título de la trilogía Morirás mañana que introduce al protagonista, Javier Garcés, escritor y asesino.

Papeles en el viento.
Por Eduardo Sacheri.
Alejandro, ''El Mono'', ha muerto. Su hermano y sus amigos se preocupan por el futuro de su hija Guadalupe. El Mono invirtió todo el dinero que tenía en la compra de un jugador de futbol. ¿Como vender a un delantero que no hace goles?

Posar desnuda en La Habana.
Por Wendy Guerra.
En 1922, la joven Anaïs Nin, comprometida con un rico banquero cuyos padres se oponen a que se case con una latina católica y morena, viaja a Cuba en busca de su familia.

El ruido de las cosas al caer.
Por Juan Gabriel Vásquez.
El joven Antonio Yammara esta atraído por la vida misteriosa de su nuevo amigo Ricardo Laverde y se transforma en verdadera obsesión el día en que éste es asesinado.

La tejedora de sombras.
Por Jorge Volpi.
Atraídos por una fuerza que les sobrepasa, Henry Murray y Christiana Morgan viajan a Suiza para ser analizados por Jung.

No Ficción Para Adultos

Dentro de WikiLeaks: mi etapa en la web más peligrosa del mundo.
Por Daniel Domscheit-Berg.
Domscheit-Berg, cofundador y ex portavoz de Wikileaks, revela detalles del funcionamiento interno de la organización desde la primera reunión con Julian Assange hasta su salida.

De Gabo a Mario: el boom latinoamericano a través de sus premios Nobel.
Por Ángel Esteban y Ana Gallego.
Los autores examinan la amistad que unió a dos grandes escritores latinoamericanos y narran la historia de uno de los períodos más fértiles de la literatura hispanoamericana.

Las estrellas orientales: cómo el béisbol cambió el pueblo dominicano de San Pedro de Macorís.
Por Mark Kurlansky.
Kurlansky revela el amor de dos países por un deporte, y explora los significados de lugar e identidad, tenacidad y supervivencia, colonialismo y capitalismo, pero especialmente sobre el béisbol.

Redentores: ideas y poder en América Latina.
Por Enrique Krauze.
En este libro desfilan las biografías de doce personajes donde el lector se puede acercar mejor a la comprensión de América Latina.

Sam no es mi tío: veinticuatro crónicas migrantes y un sueño americano.
Por Diego Fonseca y Aileen El-Kadi, editores.
Escritores, periodistas, y académicos latinoamericanos que se propusieron narrar América, las Américas.