Kids Books to Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15 through October 15 is National Hispanic Heritage Month (also called Latinx Heritage Month). Check out these titles written for, illustrated by, about, and by authors who represent Latinx experiences. These selections range from books meant to be read aloud, materials enjoyed by early readers, and books that can be read by older independent readers or with a caregiver.

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Octopus stew by illustrator Eric Velasquez
Pulpo guisado by Eric Velasquez
Gustavo, the shy ghost by Flavia Z. Drago
Gustavo : el fantasmita timido by illustrator Flavia Z. Drago
I dig by illustrator Joe Cepeda
Just in case by Yuyi Morales
Latinitas : celebrating big dreamers in history! by illustrator Juliet Menéndez
The Children's Moon by Jim (ILT) Carmen Agra/ Lamarche Deedy
Stella's stellar hair by illustrator Yesenia Moises
Flood City by Daniel José Older
Lety out loud by Angela Cervantes