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Hispanic Heritage Month, from September 15 to October 15, is a crucial recognition of the contributions, history, and culture of Hispanic-Americans. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, Writers Relief has put together a list of great books to read that are written by Hispanic authors,
Books To Read For Hispanic Heritage Month
After Florentino Ariza and Fermina Daza fall in love in their youth, Fermina picks to wed a rich medical professional over Florentino. Fifty years later, Ferminas hubby passes away and the 2 find themselves together once again
This Is How You Lose Her by Junot Díaz.
Love In The Time Of Cholera by Gabriel García Márquez.
This collection of brief stories follows irrepressible, irresistible Yunior as he browses love and heartbreak
We Set The Dark On Fire by Tehlor Kay Mejia.
Prayers For The Stolen by Jennifer Clement.
Gods Of Jade And Shadow by Silvia Moreno-Garcia.
Ramón is tasked with discovering the history of his household after the spirit of his auntie Marisol, who vanished during the Cuban Revolution, visits him
Daniela Vargas is the leading trainee at the Medio School for Girls, where girls are trained to either run a spouses household or raise his kids. However after she finishes, Daniela is asked to spy for a resistance group that wishes to bring equality to Medio
The King Is Always Above The People by Daniel Alarcón.
Casiopea Tun desires nothing more than to leave her village in southern Mexico. However, she quickly gets more than she haggled for when she inadvertently releases the spirit of the Mayan god of death, who sends her on a dangerous journey.
Ladydi Garcia Martinez resides in Guerrero, Mexico, where being a lady is hazardous. She imagines a life that has to do with more than simply survival and is used a task as a nanny for a household in Acapulco. Here, she falls in love with the caretaker, however must change her lifes course when a buddy is linked in a murder.
The Book Of Lost Saints by Daniel José Older.
Migration, betrayal, family tricks, and doomed love are simply a few of the unstable subjects covered in this collection of stories
Juliet Takes A Breath by Gabby Rivera.
When Spain is gripped by a civil war in the 1930s, thousands are forced to leave over the mountains to the French border. In order to make it through, Roser, a pregnant widow, and Victor, an army doctor and the sibling of her late other half, needs to marry and start over on a new continent
A Long Petal Of The Sea by Isabel Allende.
Taína, pregnant at fifteen, declares to be a virgin– and Julio thinks her. He satisfies Taínas uncle and chooses to support her during her pregnancy, leading him down a course of criminal activity that discovers a household trick he would have chosen remained buried
Juliet Milagros Palante, a Puerto Rican woman from the Bronx, comes out to her household right before leaving for Oregon to intern with her favorite author, Harlowe Brisbane. Juliets summertime of life-changing experiences teaches her what it actually suggests to “come out.”
Taína by Ernesto Quiñonez.
Question: Which books from this list will you add to your To-Be-Read stack?