The Santero's Miracle

A Bilingual Story
By Rudolfo Anaya
Illustrations by Amy Córdova
Translated by Enrique R. Lamadrid

This bilingual story of a grandfather's and grandson's faith, hope, and love is to be enjoyed by readers of all ages.

Rabbit Goes Duck Hunting

A Traditional Cherokee Legend
By Deborah L. Duvall
Illustrations by Murv Jacob

In the fifth Cherokee tale in the Grandmother Stories series, Ji-Stu the Rabbit thinks he has caught the Chief of the Wood Ducks, but soon wonders who caught who?

Subjects: ChildrenNature


A Novel
25th Anniversary Edition
By Rudolfo Anaya

Anaya shares his memories of the incident which inspired Tortuga in the new Afterword of this 25th anniversary edition of his literary classic.

Subjects: ChildrenFiction

The Great Ball Game of the Birds and Animals

By Deborah L. Duvall
Illustrations by Murv Jacob

An ancient Cherokee legend, retold with lively dialogue and intriguing illustrations.


A Novel in Verse
By Juan Felipe Herrera

In this novel in verse--unprecedented in Chicano literature--renowned poet Juan Felipe Herrera illuminates the soul of a generation. Drawn from his own life as well as a lifetime of dedication to young people, CrashBoomLove helps readers understand what it is to be a teen, a migrant worker, and a boy wanting to be a boy.

The Boy Who Made Dragonfly

A Zuni Myth Retold by Tony Hillerman
By Tony Hillerman
Illustrations by Janet Grado

A Zuni myth first recorded a century ago.