4 Fiction Books to Read for Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month Header ImageRead a book in celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month!

Damas, Dramas, and Ana Ruiz book cover Damas, Drams, and Ana Ruiz
by Belinda Acosta
A story about family and growing up, Ana Ruiz is determined that throwing her daughter the perfect quinceañera will help mend a weakened relationship.
Lost City Radio book cover Lost City Radio
by Daniel Alarcón
Norma hosts a weekly radio show in post-war South America, reading the name of the missing to help them be found again, when a boy shows up who may have clues to her own missing husband.
The Heart Has Its Reasons book cover The Heart Has Its Reasons
by María Dueñas
When learning her husband had an affair, college professor Blanca chose to uproot her life in Madrid and move to San Francisco.
We the Animals book cover We the Animals
by Justin Torres
Poetic and intense, this short story follows three biracial boys growing up in the midst of their mother and father’s rocky relationship.

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