Celebrate Latinx Heritage Month
We’re celebrating Latinx Heritage Month a little early this year. Stop by the Library to check out our display featured on the Library’s new TikTok page, or place holds on these select few!
Rendered the subject of tabloid gossip by a messy public breakup, soap star Jasmine takes a part in a new bilingual comedy at the side of a telenovela costar who would revitalize his career.
After being left at the altar, wedding planner Lina has to collaborate with the best (make that worst) man from her own failed nuptials on the opportunity of a lifetime.
Charlie Vega is smart, funny, artistic, ambitious. And fat. Join Charlie as she navigates the ups and downs of relationships – with boys, her friends, and her mom.
Camino Rios in the Dominican Republic and Yahaira Rios in New York are forced to face a new reality in which their father is dead and their lives are forever altered.
A NEW GRAPHIC NOVEL ADAPTATION OF THE BESTSELLING BOOK! Juliet Milagros Palante is leaving the Bronx and headed to Portland, Oregon to intern with her favorite feminist author and figure out what it means to be Puerto Rican, lesbian and out.
Beatriz must play the perfect song in order to free her grandfather’s soul from his guitar after he passes away.
Inspired by the author’s own life, and told through the alternating perspectives of the willful Chula and the achingly hopeful Petrona, Fruit of the Drunken Tree contrasts two very different, but inextricable coming-of-age stories set in Bogotá, where the godlike drug lord Pablo Escobar continues to elude authorities and capture the attention of the nation.
Welcome to Mexico City, an oasis in a sea of vampires, where Domingo, a trash-picking street kid, meets Atl, the descendant of Aztec blood drinkers.
In this empowering cross-country travelogue, journalist and activist Paola Ramos embarks on a journey to find the communities of people defining the controversial term, “Latinx”, and chronicles how “Latinx” has given rise to a sense of collectivity and solidarity among Latinos unseen in this country for decades.
From the beloved author of The House on Mango Street: a richly illustrated compilation of true stories and nonfiction pieces that, taken together, form a jigsaw autobiography: an intimate album of a literary legend’s life and career.