Arriving in Mexico for their parents wedding, stepsisters Raquel, Lucinda and Juliette must show their disapproving Tia Enrique that their parents are meant to be together, but when their scheming leads to doubt, they wonder if they can really trust each other at all.
Inspired by the real-life civil rights activist and labor leader Dolores Huerta, this empowering picture book follows Lola, who, after witnessing injustices in her own neighborhood, uses her strong voice for change.
During the pandemic, sisters Raquel and Lucinda are forced to spend the lockdown at their fathers house where they are faced with his new girlfriend and daughter, setting in motion a chain of events that could tear them all apart.
When her aunt, a famous telenovela actress, gives her a magical sewing kit, 8-year-old Catalina Castaneda must create the perfect disguise to track down the person responsible for stealing the rhinestones for her aunts most famous costume.
Peace-loving David gets caught in the middle of a war for playground domination when his neighbors—the Romero Twins and the Benitez Triplets—bring on the pranks.
After her father’s landscaping business fails and the family loses their house, sixth-grader Griselda Zaragoza follows her sister’s example and begins selling Alma cosmetics while hiding her changed circumstances from friends.
When Flor finds out that Miranda and her band could potentially put her family’s petting zoo out of business, she forms a plan to keep Miranda from an important performance that night.
Mexican-American middle schooler Stef Soto is always embarrassed about her family’s taco truck business, but she soon learns that family, friendship, and the taco truck are important parts of her life.
A young Latina girl accidentally breaks her grandfather’s vihuela and searches for someone in the community to fix the instrument, which leads her to discover her grandfather’s legacy as a mariachi.