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New Books in Spanish for 2014

El juego de Ripper: una novela by Isabel Allende

Adulterio: una novela by Paulo Coelho

Amor verdadero by Jennifer Lopez ; fotografiás de Ana Carballosa

La dosis de aprobaci̤n: Como Romper con el Habito de Complacer a la Gente by Joyce Meyer

Falsa proposición by Heidi Rice

Una boda inolvidable by Robyn Grady

Los 7 hàbitos de la gente altamente efectiva by The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: La Revolucion Etica En La Vida Cotidiana Y En La Empresa / the Revolution in Everyday Life and the Enterprise Ethics / Stephen R. Covey

Spanish Language Picture Books

Did you know the library has a great collection of international language items for kids? Among those many items, we have some fun picture books in Spanish. Check out some of the suggestions below:

Bravo! by Ginger Foglesong Guy ; illustrated by Rene King Moreno



Floating on Mama's song = Flotando con la canciâon de mamâa by Laura Lacâamara ; illustrated by Yuyi Morales


Protect Yourself from Internet Fraud

You hear it all the time, "Internet identity theft on the rise." If you have been searching for a resource on identity theft protection and more, look no further. OnGuard Online is a website from the Federal Government in collaboration with businesses in the technology industry, which provides tips to help you be on guard against internet fraud, secure your computer, and protect your personal information. OnGuard Online's Net Cetera provides information on how to keep children safe and secure online. These websites provide information and tutorials on spyware, online shopping, and much more. A Spanish version of this site is also available.

New Spanish Books

Come in and take a look at our Spanish language books. New titles include:

New Spanish Books

Today we're putting some brand new Spanish titles on the shelves. Take a look and find some great nonfiction titles, including: Tierra de todos by Jorge Ramos and En tiempos de guerra : la historia de un soldado by Ricardo S. Sanchez. If you prefer fiction, you might try Mexico acribillado by Francisco Martin Moreno.