Published on: Saturday, July 2, 2016 Takoma Park Newsletter

Libros Nuevos en Espanol!

The Library has books in Spanish for all ages. Here are some new, mostly nonfiction titles for adults. Ven y descubrelos!

Papa Francisco, El Nombre de Dios Es Misericordia. In his first book published as pope, Pope Francis shares his thoughts on the topic he believes to be the cornerstone of faith: mercy.

Veronica Cervera, La cocina Cubana de vero. Cervera’s fully illustrated cookbook offers 100 traditional Cuban recipes.

Juan Morris, Cerati: La biografia. A biography of Argentine singer-songwriter, composer and producer Gustabo Cerati (1959-2014) who changed forever the history of Spanish rock.

Rosa Barocio, Disciplina con amor: Como poner limites sin ahogarse en la culpa. The author gives reasonable and sensible recommendations supporting parents and educators confronted by the challenges of educating children.

Jorge Ramos, Sin miedo: Lecciones de rebeldes. Emmy Award winner and journalist Jorge Ramos shares some life lessons and experiences from his 30-year career.

Allan Percy, Mujica: Una biografia inspiradora. This biography of Pepe Mujica, former president of Uruguay, introduces his life and heartening way of thinking.

Jose Fernandez, Reta to Vida: No es dejar de comer sino aprender a comer. Nutritionist and star coach Fernandez offers inspiration and detailed menus to help the whole family achieve a healthier diet.

Draco Rosa y Nena Niessen, El secreto de la vida a base de plantas. Rosa and Niessen present their best vegetarian recipes, explain the nutritional and medicinal properties of a plant-based diet and propose a plan for healthful eating.

Claudia Molina, Jugosa y fit: El verdadero secreto de los jugos y ejercicios para tener un cuerpazo.

Cesar Lozano, No te enganches #Todopasa. Lozano offers lessons and solutions to discover the best path to living a full and happy life.

Miguel Luiz, El arte tolteca de la vida y la muerte. Spiritual wisdom teacher Ruiz shares his life experiences and offers timeless insights from the Toltecs to encourage readers who are confronting life’s challenges.

Yordi Rosado, S.O.S. Adolescentes fuera de control en la era digital. A modernday guide for parents to facilitate effective communication with teens in the digital age.

Dennis Nelson, Guerra contra todos los Puertorriquenos: Revolution y terror en la colonia Americana. Nelson’s well-documented account of the compelling life of Pedro Albizu Campos provides a window into an important but overlooked history of the Puerto Rican independence movement.

Carlos Wynter Melo, Las impuras. (Fiction) – Victims of the repression during the invasion of Panama by the U.S., two women reconstruct their past and look for redemption while trying to find the meaning of life.

[Book descriptions are taken from reviews appearing in Library Journal on May 1, 2016.]

We also have books for those learning English as a second language. Ingles para Latinos, Primer Nivel (with three CDs.) and Ingles para Latinos, Segundo Nivel (with a guide to pronunciation) are two newer titles, but we have many more.

This article appeared in the July 2016 edition of the Takoma Park Newsletter. The Takoma Park Newsletter is available for download here.