eSpotlight - Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

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September 15 - October 15: Hispanic Heritage Month

Celebrate the contributions and cultures of Hispanic and Latinx Americans with these wonderful eResources from your library!

eBooks for Adults

Book jacket for The Power of Latino Leadership by Juana BordasBook Jacket for Notable Latino Writers from the eds. of Salem PressBook jacket for Sonia Sotomayor: First Hispanic U.S. Supreme Court Justice by Lisa Tucker McElroyBook Jacket for Leaders of the Mexican American Generation by Anthony QuirozBook jacket for Latino Churches: Faith, Family, and Ethnicity in the Second Generation by Ken R. CraneCover for Transforming Citizenship:Democracy, Membership, and Belonging in Latino Communities by Raymond A. RoccoParenting with Pride Latino Style by Carmen Inoa Vasquez, Ph.D.

eAudiobooks for Adults

Cover for Latino Americans: The 500-Year Legacy that Shaped a Nation by Ray SuarezeAudio book cover for Zoot Suit by Luis Valdez

For Children

Book jacket for Trailblazing Latino Americans by Bill PalmerBook Jacket for Latino American Civil Rights by Thomas ArkhamBook jacket for Latino American Cuisine by Frank dePietroBook jacket for Latino Arts in the United States by Frank dePietroBook jacket for Latino Folklore and Culture by Bill PalmerBook jacket for A kid's guide to Latino History: More than 50 Activities by Valerie PetrilloBook jacket for Who Was Cesar Chavez? by Dana M. Rau

eAudiobook for Children

Cover of eAudio book: Separate is Never Equal by Duncan Tonatiuh

You can find these and plenty more titles through San Jose Public Library's catalog for free. All you need is your library card to get you started!

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