La biblioteca de la ciudad de Orem tiene una excelente colección de materiales en español y libros para niños. En esta lista hay algunos que podrías disfrutar. Para obtener más recomendaciones de libros para niños, escuche el podcast de la biblioteca Check it Out! que presenta reseñas de libros expertas de los especialistas en literatura Rita, Mary, Rachel, y EJ.

The Orem Library has an excellent collection of Spanish language materials, and children’s books featuring latino characters. Here are a few you might enjoy. For even more children’s book recommendations, listen to the library’s Check it Out! podcast, which features expert book reviews from literature specialists Rita, Mary, Rachel, and EJ.

Libros para Niños | Librarian List

My Papi Has a Motorcycle

By Isabe Quintero
Picture Book

When Daisy Ramona zooms around her neighborhood with her papi on his motorcycle, she sees the people and places she’s always known. She also sees a community that is rapidly changing around her. But as the sun sets purple-blue-gold behind Daisy Ramona and her papi, she knows that the love she feels will always be there.

Libros para Niños | Librarian List

¡Vamos! Let’s Go Eat!

By Raúl the Third
Picture Book

Little Lobo, a Mexican American, and Bernabé, his dog, gather tacos, frutas picadas, cuernos, and more and deliver them to los luchadores preparing for Lucha Libre 5000.

Libros para Niños | Librarian List

Pura’s Cuentos : How Pura Belpré Reshaped Libraries with Her Stories

By Annette Bay Pimentel
Junior Nonfiction

In this fictional biography, Pura Belpré breaks the rules of storytime by telling unpublished stories from her homeland of Puerto Rico.

Libros para Niños | Librarian List


By Kelly Fernández
Graphic Novel

Set at a magical school for girls, a funny and heartwarming middle-grade graphic novel adventure about friendship, defying expectations, and finding your place. Manu is always getting into trouble. The headmistress at school believes Manu has the potential to help people with her magic, but Manu would rather have fun than fit in. The other students claim she’s secretly a demon and that she was raised by wolves. Manu doesn’t care what people say about her… until an argument with her best friend Josefina ends with Manu getting cursed so she can’t control her magic. Manu is determined to break the curse and prove she’s the best witchling at school. But great power comes at a cost, and it may be a price Manu isn’t able to pay!

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