Author name: Yolimari García

Yolimari García is a Puerto Rican/Cuban American library technician, writer, and book reviewer who currently lives in Georgia with her husband and two bright daughters. She has lived in Puerto Rico, Germany, and three states. Books, travel, historical landmarks, cultures, exercise, food, and genealogy are her passions. She holds a bachelor's degree in American History and a master's degree in European History.

Five Hispanic/Latine Authors to Follow

Hispanic/Latine Heritage Month occurs between September 15th and October 15th. In honor of this celebration, a list of five Hispanic/Latine authors shining bright with their publications and successes is below. Of course, it’s important to support Hispanic/Latine authors all year long, but Hispanic/Latine Heritage Month offers a great opportunity to learn about these up-and-coming writers. …

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Multicultural Kid Book Day Book Review Mystery of the Troubled Toucan

Multicultural Children’s Book Day 2022 Book Review: Mystery of the Troubled Toucan

Multicultural Children’s Book Day 2022 Multicultural Children’s Book Day is the successful annual celebration of multicultural children’s books. This year the party takes place online and offline on January 28, 2022. Mia Wenjen of Pragmatic Mom and Valerie Budayr of Jump Into a Book/Audrey Press founded this fantastic event to highlight books portraying underrepresented characters …

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Day of the Dead Book: Gustavo, the Shy Ghost by Flavia Z. Drago

Flavia Z. Drago’s debut picture book, Gustavo, the Shy Ghost, helps young readers learn more about the Day of the Dead. As a Mexican graphic designer and illustrator, her use of whimsical and detailed mixed-media helps to illustrate the vibrant elements of Mexican culture. “This post contains affiliate links. If you click and purchase, Multicultural …

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Felisa Rincón de Gautier: Political Pioneer

Felisa Rincón de Gautier: Political Pioneer Hispanic women usually do not appear in history books. It is time to end that. Felisa Rincón de Gautier is one of the Hispanic female historical figures forgotten in the annals of history. Felisa was a Puerto Rican businesswoman, suffragette, social activist, politician, ambassador, and the first woman in …

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