Read Diverse Books Year-Round – Latinx Heritage Month Edition — Read Diverse Books

Read Diverse Books Year-Round returns a little later than usual this month because I wanted to time it with Latinx Heritage Month, which kicks off tomorrow, September 15th. It’s going to be very exciting and busy month for me and my blog, but I can’t wait to celebrate with a month’s worth of content! –…

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20+ Books To Read During AND After Latinx Heritage Month — Read Diverse Books

Latinx Heritage Month kicks off today! I’m so excited to share a month’s worth of content with you all. I will have guest posts, author Q&As, bibliography spotlights, reviews, and giveaways! Don’t be alarmed, I will not be posting something new every day. My goal is to provide 3 posts per week, so I encourage you…

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A Q&A With Poet , Editor, And Activist Emanuel Xavier — Read Diverse Books

Last week, I reviewed Radiance, a stellar book of poems by Emanuel Xavier. To continue celebrating Latinx voices during Latinx Heritage Month, I wanted to follow up my review with a Q&A with the writer himself. I’m thrilled to have him on the blog today, as he recommends other poets we should be reading and compares life…

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Q&A With Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Author Of “Certain Dark Things” — Read Diverse Books

October is almost upon us, which means many of you will soon be in the mood for spooky and dark reads. Well, I’ve got the perfect book for you! Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s upcoming novel, Certain Dark Things, will release on October 25th. Just in time for Halloween! Today, the author of this exciting paranormal thriller is here to…

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The Powerful Role of Coach in the Latinx Community: A Guest Post by Author Claudia Meléndez Salinas — Latinxs in Kid Lit

By Claudia Meléndez Salinas It’s Monday evening and more than 200 youngsters pour into the gym of Alisal High, a school located in the heart of one of the poorest neighborhoods in California’s central coast. The children, most dressed in the gold and black colors of the Gil Basketball Academy, are not high school […]

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