Summer Reading 2014

Summer Reading Book Lists

Find some great books to read this summer:

Babies, Toddlers & Pre-K

Babies • Bebés • 婴儿 (嬰兒)

Baby 123
by Deborah Donenfeld
Count balls, ducks, bears, and more with baby!

Baby Loves Summer!
by Karen Katz
Lift the flaps for some splashy fun.

Dear Zoo / 亲爱的动物园 (親愛的動物園)
by Rod Campbell
Will the zoo send the perfect pet? 动物园会送来可爱的宠物吗? (動物園會送來可愛的寵物嗎?) ESP

by James Brown
Barnyard animals made simple.

Global Baby Girls
by Global Fund for Children
Meet little ones from all around the world.

Hello Animals!
by Smriti Prasadam; Emily Bolam (Illus.)
These black-and-white critters want to meet you!

If You’re Happy and You Know It… / Si Te Sientes Bien Contento…
This classic song will make you smile. Esta canción clásica le hará sonreir.

by Mary Brigid Barrett; LeUyen Pham (Illus.)
Clap along with this favorite rhyme.

Peekaboo Morning
by Rachel Isadora
Start your day, wake up and play!

by Tiger Tales
Touch and feel these adorable furry creatures.

Rain, Rain, Go Away!
by Caroline Church
Come again another day!

by Leslie Patricelli
Rub-a-dub-dub, baby’s in the tub.

Toddlers • Niños pequeños • 幼儿 (幼兒)

Baby Beluga
by Raffi; Ashley Wolff (Illus.)
Sing along with this little whale!

Butterfly Colors and Counting
by Jerry Pallotta; Shennen Bersani (Illus.)
Learn colors and numbers from these fine, fluttering friends.

Chicka Chicka Boom Boom
by Bill Martin Jr.; Lois Ehlert (Illus.)
The letters of the alphabet race to the top of the coconut tree.

Diggers Go
by Steve Light
“Chug,” “beep,” “skwee,” along with these mighty machines.

Everything Goes: What Flies in the Air?
by Brian Biggs
Hitch a ride on these high-flying vehicles.

Home: My First Bilingual Books / 我的第一本双语书 - 家 (我的第一本雙語書 - 家)
by Hakan San Bortecin
What can you find in your home? 你能在家里找到什么?(你能在家裡找到什麼 ?)

I Know a Lot
by Stephen Krensky; Sara Gillingham (Illus.)
And so do you!

Island Counting 1 2 3
by Frané Lessac
A tropical counting carnival. Fun for all!

by Liesbet Sleger
s See which animals climb, swim, jump, and more.

by Taro Gomi
Pick it up and peek on through.

Slow Snail
by Mary Murphy
Watch this critter slip and slide across the page.

What Do Wheels Do All Day? / ¿Qué hacen las ruedas todo el día?
by / por April Jones Prince; Giles Laroche (Illus.)
Take this book out for a spin. Tomen este libro y verán las cosas diferente que hacen las ruedas.

Preschool & Pre-K • Preescolar y Pre-K • 学前班 (學前班)


A Visitor for Bear
by Bonny Becker; Kady MacDonald Denton (Illus.)
Can bear and mouse ever be friends?

I Love You!: A Bushel & a Peck
by Frank Loesser; Rosemary Wells (Illus.)
This merry romp is perfect for little “guys and dolls”.

How Will We Get to the Beach? / ¿Cómo iremos a la playa?
by / por Brigitte Luciani; Eve Tharlet (Illus.)
Mama and baby try to get to the beach by kayak, balloon, horse-drawn cart, and more!
¡Mamá y su bebé intentan ir a la playa por kayac, globo, carro tirado por caballos y mas!

Bread, Bread, Bread
by Ann Morris; Ken Heyman (Illus.)
Learn how bread is made around the world.

T Is for Terrible
by Peter McCarty
Even the best little T-Rex can be terrible sometimes.

Farmer Duck / 农夫鸭 (農夫鴨)
by Martin Wadell; Helen Oxenbury (Illus.)
An overworked duck and some barnyard pals give a lazy farmer his just rewards. 勤劳的农夫鸭和他的伙伴们给懒惰的农夫一个公平回报。(勤勞的農夫鴨和他的伙伴們給懶惰 的農夫一個公平回報。)

Red is a Dragon
by Roseanne Thong; Grace Lin (Illus.)
A Chinese-American girl introduces some of the colorful items she sees.

Zinnia’s Flower Garden
by Monica Wellington
From seed to flower and flower back to seed, Zinnia knows her gardens!

Pecan Pie Baby
by Jacqueline Woodson; Sophie Blackall (Illus.)
Will Mama still love Gia after the new baby is born?

Nonfiction • No ficción

Coyote Steals the Blanket: A Ute Tale
by Janet Stevens
Can this trickster be saved from the angry spirit of the great desert?

10 Things I Can Do to Help My World
by Melanie Walsh
The Earth needs you!

A Visit to the Fire Station / Una visita a la estación de bomberos
by / por B. A. Hoena
See what it’s like to be a real firefighter! ¡Vean lo que es ser un bombero verdadero!

Kindergarten & Grade 1


At the Beach
by Alexa Andrews; Candice Keimig (Illus.)
Take a trip to the shore and explore sand and sea under the sun.

Luke on the Loose
by Harry Bliss
A young boy leads us on a merry chase, from Central Park across the Brooklyn Bridge.

Beaver Is Lost
by Elisha Cooper
A nearly wordless adventure from country to city and back again.

Yucky Worms
by Vivian French; Jessica Ahlberg (Illus.)
Burrow into the icky world of these wiggly underground friends.

Iris and Walter and Cousin Howie
by Elissa Haden Guest; Christine Davenier (Illus.)
Will Iris lose her best friend Walter to his visiting cousin?

Penny and Her Marble
by Kevin Henkes
Penny must decide if she can keep her shiny prize.

Houndsley and Catina Plink and Plunk
by James Howe; Marie-Louise Gay (Illus.)
A dog and a cat overcome their summer fears together.

Big Trucks
by Deborah Lock
Bold images introduce big rigs, diggers, road rollers and more.

Summer Treasure
by Margaret McNamara; Mike Gordon (Illus.)
What would you do if you saw your the beach?

Three Stories You Can Read to Your Teddy Bear
by Sara Swan Miller; True Kelley (Illus.)
A mischievous teddy gets into trouble. Chaos ensues.

Brownie and Pearl Get Dolled Up
by Cynthia Rylant; Brian Biggs (Illus.)
A girl and her cat play dress up before bedtime.

Monkey and Elephant
by Carole Lexa Schaefer; Galia Bernstein (Illus.)
Two friends search for shade on a hot hot day.

Apple Pie Fourth of July
by Janet S. Wong; Margaret Chodos-Irvine (Illus.)
Sweet-and-sour pork and fireworks fit together on America’s birthday.


Little Rooster’s Diamond Button
by Margaret Read MacDonald; Will Terry (Illus.)
Can this clever fowl and his magic stomach outwit a greedy king?

How Do You Know It’s Summer?
by Lisa M. Herrington
Recognize the signs of every kid’s favorite season.

by Anne Schreiber
Fizz! Boom! Explode!!!

by Kristin Baird Rattini
Blizzards! Lightning! Tornadoes! Experience crazy weather for yourself.

Fly Guy Presents: Sharks
by Tedd Arnold
Buzz and his buzzy buddy take a trip to the aquarium.



Katy Duck by Alyssa Satin Capucilli
Cork & Fuzz by Dori Chaconas
Zelda and Ivy by Laura McGee Kvasnosky
Pearl and Wagner by Kate McMullan
Mr. Putter & Tabby by Cynthia Rylant

Grades 2 & 3


Ivy + Bean: What’s the Big Idea
by Annie Barrows; Sophie Blackall (Illus.)
Solving global warming isn’t as easy as it looks.

Clara Lee and the Apple Pie Dream
by Jenny Han; Julia Kuo (Illus.)
If Clara Lee can change her luck, she may just become the next Little Miss Apple Pie.

Sadie and Ratz
by Sonya Hartnett; Ann James (Illus.)
Hannah’s hands are up to no good.

Babymouse: Mad Scientist (graphic novel)
by Jennifer L. Holm; Matthew Holm (Illus.)
Our favorite mouse enters the school science fair with unexpected results.

Lulu and the Duck in the Park
by Hilary McKay; Priscilla Lamont (Illus.)
Can Lulu keep a stray duck egg safe from her testy teacher?

The Gumgazing Gum Girl!: Chews Your Destiny
by Rhode Montijo
Meet the stickiest, stretchiest superhero of them all.

Mrs. Noodlekugel
by Daniel Pinkwater; Adam Stower (Illus.)
Take a trip through the boiler room and meet a jolly old lady and her cat, Mr. Fuzzface.

Robot, Go Bot!: A Comic Reader
by Dana Meachen Rau; Wook Jin Jung (Illus.)
A bossy robot owner learns to be nicer to her mechanical friend.

S.W.I.T.C.H.: Spider Stampede
by Ali Sparkes; Ross Collins (Illus.)
Twins run afoul of their mad scientist neighbor and chaos ensues.

EllRay Jakes and the Beanstalk
by Sally Warner; Brian Biggs (Illus.)
EllRay tries to win back his friend by learning some cool skate moves.

Commander Toad in Space
by Jane Yolen; Bruce Degen (Illus.)
A brave commander and his crew land on a new planet but fear they may become a monster’s lunch.


Aesop’s Fables
by Ann McGovern; A.J. McClaskey and Ricardo Tercio (Illus.)
Find all your favorite fables and more!

I Wonder Why Soap Makes Bubbles: And Other Questions About Science
by Barbara Taylor
Answers to life’s big everyday questions.

Eruption! The Story of Volcanoes
by Anita Ganeri
They sleep for years and then explode with a bang.

by Seymour Simon
Learn the difference between jets, sprites, and other bolts that’ll strike fear in your heart.

Living Color
by Steve Jenkins
Vivid cut-paper illustrations show how animals use colors to survive.

Now & Ben: The Modern Inventions of Benjamin Franklin
by Gene Barretta
Explore the life and times of one of America’s greatest inventors.

Jet Plane: How It Works
by David Macaulay
It can fly for hours, but it weighs as much as a hundred elephants.

Eat Your Math Homework: Recipes for Hungry Minds
by Ann McCallum; Leeza Hernandez (Illus.)
Tasty math projects! Yum!

Lost City: The Discovery of Machu Picchu
by Ted Lewin
Discover on your own one of the last wonders of the world.


Bad Kitty by Nick Bruel
Nikki & Deja by Karen English
Zapato Power by Jacqueline Jules
Lunch Lady by Jarrett J. Krosoczka (graphic novel)
Galaxy Zack by Ray O’Ryan

Grades 4 & 5


The Watsons Go to Birmingham, 1963
by Christopher Paul Curtis
Kenny and his "weird" family take a trip to the Deep South to visit Grandma.

Phineas L. MacGuire…Erupts!
by Frances O’Roark Dowell
Goals: #1 win science fair, #2 get class to like un-best friend.

by Louise Erdrich
A family sets out to rescue an Ojibwe boy who was kidnapped by two bullying oafs.

Zita the Spacegirl (graphic novel)
by Ben Hatke
Don’t push that button! Zita and her ragtag crew of aliens attempt to rescue her best friend.

Same Sun Here
by Silas House & Neela Vaswani
An Indian immigrant girl in NYC and a Kentucky coal miner’s son strike up a friendship across many miles.

by Matthew J. Kirby
Stuck in a distant mountain fortress, Solveig must discover the traitor who is killing off the king’s guards.

Inside Out and Back Again
by Thanhha Lai
Told in verse, a Vietnamese family shapes a new life in 1975 Alabama.

Every Soul a Star
by Wendy Mass
A total solar eclipse changes the lives of three very different young teens.

Benjamin Franklinstein Lives!
by Matthew McElligott & Larry Tuxbury
Good old Ben comes back to life in this electrifying story.

Star in the Forest
by Laura Resau
When Zitlally’s father is kidnapped in Mexico, she believes a stray dog might be his spirit animal.

King of the Mound: My Summer with Satchel Paige
by Wes Tooke
Historical fiction and sports combine in this pitch-perfect novel.

Three Times Lucky
by Sheila Turnage
Mo LoBeau sets out to solve a murder mystery and discover her own forgotten past.

Warp Speed
by Lisa Yee
Star Trek geek discovers a bully’s brutal secret.


Let It Shine: Stories of Black Women Freedom Fighters
by Andrea Davis Pinkney; Stephen Alcorn (Illus.)
From Sojourner Truth to Shirley Chisholm, meet 10 courageous women warriors who changed a nation.

Electricity and Magnets
by Sarah Angliss
You, too, can be a mad scientist!

100 Most Feared Creatures
by Anna Claybourne
Deadly facts and terrifying beasts, meet the scariest members of the animal kingdom.

Lemonade and Other Poems Squeezed From a Single Word
by Bob Raczka; Nancy Doniger (Illus.)
A clever literary technique yields even cleverer little poems.

Lives of the Pirates: Swashbucklers, Scoundrels (Neighbors Beware!)
by Kathleen Krull; Kathryn Hewitt (Illus.)
Meet the 19 most notorious swashbucklers in history.


The Red Blazer Girls by Michael D. Beil
NERDS: National Espionage, Rescue, and Defense Society by Michael Buckley
The Books of Ember by Jeanne DuPrau
Shadow Children by Margaret Peterson Haddix
Cupcake Diaries by Coco Simon

Middle School


Dead End in Norvelt
by Jack Gantos
Writing obituaries and identifying dead bodies are just a part of Jackie’s summer.

The Arm of the Starfish
by Madeleine L’Engle
Adam’s summer internship and a beautiful girl drag him into international intrigue.

The Lions of Little Rock
by Kristin Levine
Can shy Marlee be brave enough to challenge segregation?

Fire in the Streets
by Kekla Magoon
In 1968 Chicago, fourteen-year-old Maxie longs to join the Black Panthers.

Secret Saturdays
by Torrey Maldonado
Friends in the Red Hook projects confront questions about what it means to be a friend, a father, and a man.

The False Prince
by Jennifer A. Nielsen
Four orphans compete for the role of puppet prince in a corrupt kingdom.

Battling Boy
by Paul Pope
What does it take to be a hero?

Nerd Girls: Rise of the Dorkasaurus
by Alan Sitomer
Down with middle school mean girls!


The Bat Scientists
by Mary Kay Carson
Learn the truth about these fantastic creatures!

Cleopatra Rules!: The Amazing Life of the Original Teen Queen
by Vicky Alvear Shecter
ZOMG! Cleopatra’s life was crazy drama-filled!


The Joshua Files by M.G. Harris
Wereworld by Curtis Jobling
The Unwanteds by Lisa McMann
The Cruisers by Walter Dean Myers
Middle School by James Patterson
The Five Ancestors by Jeff Stone

High School


by Sarah Rees Brennan
What if the voice in your head belonged to a real boy who’s a member of the town’s evil ruling family?

Perfect Chemistry
by Simone Elkeles
Sparks fly when a cheerleading it girl is paired with a gangbanger bad boy in chemistry lab.

Just One Day
by Gayle Forman
How do you move on after a terrible breakup?

by Christopher Grant
For this Brooklyn girl, the only constant in life is change.

The Most Excellent and Lamentable Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet
by Gareth Hinds
Shakespeare as you’ve never seen it!

Relish: My Life in the Kitchen
by Lucy Knisley
Life, love and recipes… all in pictures.

Grave Mercy
by Robin LaFevers
Finishing school for female assassins!

In Darkness
by Nick Lake
Trapped under rubble, a Haitian boy channels a revolutionary from his country’s history.

by Martin Leicht and Isla Neal
My ex-boyfriend is an alien…and now I’m pregnant!

Au Revoir, Crazy European Chick
by Joe Schreiber
Just another boring night at the program…with a Lithuanian spy!

The Spectacular Now
by Tim Tharp
How do you know when you’re over your head?

by Allison van Diepen
Revenge, romance, and a fresh start – everything Darren wants.


Bootleg: Murder, Moonshine and the Lawless Years of Prohibition
by Karen Blumental
Good intentions gone horribly wrong spark the rise of organized crime.

A Fire in My Hands: Poems
by Gary Soto
Poetry that captures the moments of growing up, from first dates to burping root beer out of your nose.

Andrew Zimmern’s Bizarre World of Food: Brains, Bugs & Blood Sausage
by Andrew Zimmern
Bet you can’t eat just one!


Lux by Jennifer L. Armentrout
The Curse Workers by Holly Black
The Slayer Chronicles by Heather Brewer
The Morganville Vampires by Rachel Caine
The Girl of Fire and Thorns Trilogy by Rae Carson
The Heist Society by Ally Carter
The Enemy Series by Charlie Higson
The Lumatere Chronicles by Melina Marchetta
Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer
Tiger & Bunny by Mizuki Sakakibara

Recommended Authors

Matt de la Peña
Carl Deuker
Barry Lyga
Robin McKinley
Jackson Pearce
Benjamin Alire Sáenz
Ni-Ni Simone
Diane Stanley
Courtney Summers
Scott Westerfeld
Rita Williams-Garcia
Gene Luen Yang



The Afrika Reich: A Novel
by Guy Saville
What would the world be like if World War II ended with a British defeat at Dunkirk and the Germans conquered the heart of Africa?

And When She Was Good
by Laura Lippman
The owner of an escort service must disappear from her life when the murderer she secretly sent to prison is released and may discover he is her child’s father.

The Andalucian Friend: A Novel
by Alexander Söderberg
Nurse Sophie Brinkmann’s life changes when one of her patients turns out to be a crime syndicate leader.

The Apple Orchard
by Susan Wiggs
Tess Delaney authenticates antiques for an auction house until the pull of a family she didn’t know she had, takes her to an estate in a small town in California.

The Art Of Fielding : A Novel
by Chad Harbach
A college baseball star launches a routine throw that inadvertently changes the lives of five people, including the college president.

The House Girl
by Tara Conklin
Lena Sparrow, a lawyer in contemporary New York, finds secrets and questions in the art world and her family when she searches for a descendant of a pre-Civil War runaway slave.

Lovers Dictionary
by David Levithan
Two lovers live out the story of their relationship through short dictionary excerpts written in provocative and captivating prose, providing a visceral look at love.

The Middlesteins
by Jami Attenberg
Two siblings with very different personalities attempt to control their mother’s food obsession and massive weight gain after their father walks out.

Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore
by Robin Sloan
When a website designer on the night shift at a San Francisco bookstore begins to notice mysterious patterns, he uses technological wizardry to decode a secret message.

The Paris Wife: A Novel
by Paula McLain
Following a whirlwind courtship and wedding, Ernest and Hadley Hemingway set sail for Paris, where they become the golden couple in a lively, volatile group.

by Julianna Baggott
In a post-apocalyptic world, Partridge, a “Pure”, leaves the Dome to search for his missing mother and meets Pressia, a survivor with a doll’s head fused onto her hand.

The Rosie Project
by Graeme Simsion
Sparks fly when a socially maladroit, marriage-minded geneticist helps a quirky barmaid find her biological father, and slowly realizes that this Ms. Wrong might be Right for him.

Snow Child
by Eowyn Ivey
In 1920s Alaska, a childless couple builds a girl made of snow who seemingly comes to life.

State of Wonder
by Ann Patchett
A pharmaceutical researcher travels into the Amazon jungle in search of a missing colleague, who has discovered native people with a possible new fertility secret.

This is How You Lose Her
by Junot Diaz
In a collection of stories, a womanizing New Jersey Dominican reflects on his romantic adventures.


Are You My Mother?
by Alison Bechdel
A cartoonist explores why the intersection of her mother’s life, her own psyche, and her relationship with her mother make her the person she is.

Brain On Fire: My Month of Madness
by Susannah Cahalan
A young New York Post reporter struggles for a month with a rare autoimmune disease that attacks her brain.

The disappearing spoon : and other true tales of madness, love, and the history of the world from the periodic table of the elements
by Sam Kean
Explore intriguing tales about every element of the periodic table, their role in human history, and the lives of the colorful scientists who discovered them.

Far from the tree : parents, children and the search for identity
by Andrew Solomon
Years of interviews provide insights into parenting and how genetic differences fundamentally challenge individuals and families, personal identity, and nurturing acceptance.

Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking
by Susan Cain
The proudly introverted author investigates differences between extroversion and introversion, portrays the lives of successful introverts, and argues that extroversion has been unfairly valued in our society.

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

Abecedario nutritivo
por Yanitzia Canetti
Versos rimados que introducen las letras del alfabeto. Los niños disfrutan de alimentos saludables, desde el aguacate hasta la zanahoria. Incluye información nutricional.

Coco y Pío
por Alexis Deacon
Un pajarito y un cocodrilo nacen y crecen juntos y descubren que sus diferencias no son tan importantes.

Cómo crece una mariquita
por Katie Marsico
Presenta una descripción ilustrada del crecimiento y el desarrollo de una larva de mariquita.

Corre pequeño gorrión
por Bridgitte Weninger
Unos amigos ayudan a un gorrioncito a aceptar que no podrá volver a volar.

Trabalenguas: Zoológicos
por Yanitzia Canetti
Un trabalenguas rimado de los animales del zoológico.

Grados 2 & 3

El chocolate de Abuelita = Grandma’s Chocolate
por Mara Price
La abuela de Sabrina visita a México y le trae regalos que la hacen sentir como una princesa Maya.

La verdadera historia de los tres cerditos
por Jon Scieszka, ilustrado por Lane Smith.
El lobo da su extravagante versión sobre lo que realmente sucedió cuando se encontró con los tres cerditos.

Medir el tiempo
por Steve Way
Las diferentes maneras usadas para calcular el paso del tiempo desde la antigüedad hasta nuestros días.

¿Qué puedes hacer con una paleta? = What can you do with a paleta?
por Carmen Tafolla, ilustrado por Magaly Morales.
Hay muchas maneras de utilizar una paleta tales como crear una obra maestra, escoger un sabor o refrescarse en un caliente día de verano.

¿Quién fue Benjamin Franklin? = Who was Benjamin Franklin?
por Dennis B. Fraden, ilustrado por John O’Brien.
Crónicas de la vida un editor, inventor, científico y uno de los autores de la Declaración de la Independencia de los Estados Unidos.

Grados 4 & 5

La chancleta perdida y otros casos secretos = The Missing Chancleta and Other Top-Secret Cases
por Alidis Vicente
Flaca decide utilizar su talento de detective para investigar la desaparición de su chancleta.

Un gran equipo
por Luigi Garlando
Ocho chicos y chicas apasionados del fútbol forman un equipo llamado Cebolletas.

Judy Moody y un verano que promete-- (si nadie se entromete)
por Megan McDonald ; todas las fotografías de Suzanne Tenner.
Stink y Judy quedan al cuidado de la tía Opal durante las vacaciones, mientra sus padres deciden irse de viaje a California.

Nacer bailando
por Alma Flor Ada y Gabriel M. Zubizarreta.
Lupe trata de adaptarse a su nuevo hogar en los Estados Unidos.

La pirámide roja
por Rick Riordan
Los dos hijos del egiptólogo Dr. Julius Kane se embarcan en un peligroso viaje para salvarlo, después de accidentalmente desatar a Set, un dios egipcio.

Grados 6-8

El banco de memoria
por Carolyn Coman
Los padres de Hope abandonan a Honey, su hermanita menor, y luego pretenden olvidarla.

Cartas para Elise
por Amanda Hocking
Sexta parte de la emocionante serie Lazos de Sangre donde se revela el papel que desempeña Alice en la vida del enigmático vampiro Peter Townsend.

El huésped
por Stephenie Meyer
Apasionante historia de amor y traición en un futuro donde el destino de la humanidad está en juego.

Ghostgirl. Loca por amor
por Tonya Hurley
Antes de poder descansar en paz, Charlotte debe volver al trágico escenario de su muerte a cumplir una última misión.

En territorio salvaje
por Erin Hunter
La supervivencia de los gatos del Clan del Trueno corre peligro cuando se ven amenazados por el creciente poder del Clan de la Sombra.

Grados 9-12

El Cuaderno de Maya
por Isabel Allende
Después de la muerte de su abuelo, Maya se refugia en una isla para olvidar el pasado y reconstruir el futuro, llevando consigo un cuaderno que le regaló su abuela.

Hija de humo y hueso
por Laini Taylor
Karou es una estudiante de arte enigmático y lleva en su cuaderno de dibujos a la única familia que ha conocido, unos horripilantes monstruos llamados Los Chimaeraes.

por Kiersten White
En un mundo de paranormales, a Evi le tranquilizaba saber que era normal, hasta que descubre que no es humana.

Mi hermana vive sobre la repisa de la chimenea
por Annabel Pitcher
Aunque la familia de Roger todavía está de luto por la muerte de su hermana, él está más preocupado por su gato, su camiseta y mantener a su nuevo amigo musulmán en secreto.

por Lauren Kate
Luce ignora que es una pieza clave en la lucha entre el bien y el mal y la quieren secuestrar para extorsionar a los ángeles y demonios a cambio de ganar acceso al cielo.

Ficción Para Adultos

Así es como la pierdes
por Junot Díaz
En una colección de cuentos, un mujeriego dominicano que vive en Nueva Jersey reflexiona sobre sus aventuras románticas.

El abuelo que saltó por la ventana y se largó
por Jonas Jonasson
Momentos antes de empezar la celebración de su centésimo cumpleaños, Allan Karlsson se fuga de su residencia de ancianos y se embarca en su enésima aventura.

¿Has visto a María?
por Sandra Cisneros
Una conmovedora historia sobre la pérdida, el duelo y la sanación.

La vida de las mujeres
por Alice Munro
Una joven que vive con sus padres en el pequeño pueblo tendrá que arriesgarse para salir de la mediocridad.

El tango de la guardia vieja
por Arturo Perez-Reverte
En 1928, Max y Mercedes comienzan un tumultuoso romance durante un viaje en un barco que se dirige hacia Buenos Aires.

No Ficción Para Adultos

Buscando mi estrella: Una memoria del amor perpetuo de una madre y un secreto sin contar
por Maruchi Mendez
Historia verídica de un joven universitario jugador de béisbol quien murió de una enfermedad cardíaca no detectada a tiempo.

Cuenta conmigo: Conmovedoras historias de hermandad y amistades incondicionales
por Las comadres para las Américas (COR)/ Lopez, Adriana V. (EDT)
Doce prominentes escritores latinos comparten sus experiencias acerca de las amistades que les han ayudado a superar momentos difíciles de sus vidas.

Jorge Bergoglio Francisco: La vida, las ideas, las palabras del Papa que cambiara la Iglesia
por Andrea Tornielli
La vida del Papa Francisco, un jesuita argentino escogido para dirigir la iglesia católica.

El largo camino hacia la libertad
por Nelson Mandela
Memorias del sudafricano Nelson Mandela, galardonado con el premio Nobel de la Paz.

La salud
por Dr. Elmer Huerta
/ Sugerencias sobre el cuidado de la salud mental y física, que incluye consejos de nutrición, ejercicios, prevención de enfermedades y soluciones para erradicar los malos hábitos.