Books for Latinx & Hispanic Heritage Month

By Luis Diaz | August 4 2022 | General

Penguin Random House Education is proud to celebrate Latinx & Hispanic Heritage Month, which runs annually from September 15th through October 15th.  We are highlighting the works of our authors and illustrators from the Latinx and Hispanic community, whose stories and characters have a profound impact on our society.

Here is a selection of titles that we encourage you to share with your students this month and beyond:

Latinx & Hispanic Creators – Middle School titles

Latinx & Hispanic Creators – High School titles

Finding Latinx
In Search of the Voices Redefining Latino Identity
Young Latinos across the United States are redefining their identities, pushing boundaries, and awakening politically in powerful and surprising ways. Many of them—Afrolatino, indigenous, Muslim, queer and undocumented, living in large cities and small towns—are voices who have been chronically overlooked in how the diverse population of almost sixty million Latinos in the U.S. has been represented. No longer.
$16.95 US
Oct 20, 2020
336 Pages

Voices That Count
Brought to life by a host of talented creators, this graphic novel anthology dissects what it means to be a woman in today’s hyper-masculine world.
$16.99 US
Jul 12, 2022
128 Pages
IDW Publishing

Diamond Park
A fast-paced YA novel about four Mexican-American teenagers from Houston, a '59 Chevy Impala, and a murder that changes their lives forever.
$17.99 US
Mar 08, 2022
288 Pages
Dutton Books for Young Readers

The Turning Pointe
A bold and emotionally gripping novel about a teenage Latinx girl finding freedom through dance and breaking expectations in 1980s Minnesota.
$18.99 US
Feb 22, 2022
432 Pages
Knopf Books for Young Readers