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Los libros en español más esperados están disponibles en tu biblioteca
Multilingual Collections, Librarian, February 3, 2023

Los libros en español más esperados están disponibles en tu biblioteca. Haz clic en cada título para verlo en nuestro catálogo. ¡No esperes y reserva tu copia hoy mismo!


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Inside of a medieval church, close-up of a church sanctuary

All the Monks and None of the Dragons

Bob Timmermann, Senior Librarian, History & Genealogy Department, Monday, October 3, 2022

What comes to mind when the phrase “Middle Ages” comes up? You probably think of stories of knights in armor jousting. Or sitting through a history class where someone tried to teach you about the feudal system. Or some horrific forms of medical treatment or criminal punishment.


Author Conner Habib and his debut novel, Hawk Mountain

Interview With an Author: Conner Habib

Daryl M., Librarian, West Valley Regional Branch Library, Thursday, September 29, 2022

Conner Habib hosts the podcast Against Everyone With Conner Habib, which covers topics like punk rock, philosophy, pornography, and occultism.


Authors Clare L. Evans, Brian Merchant and book,Terraform

In Conversation With Claire L. Evans and Brian Merchant

Neale Stokes, Senior Librarian, Digital Content Team, Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Terraform: Watch/Worlds/Burn is the first Anthology of "near-future" speculative fiction from Terraform, Vice's science-fiction vertical.


Zine author, John Dishwasher and his zine, Reuben the Guide

Interview With Zine Maker - John Dishwasher

Lorena Villegas, Young Adult Librarian, Cypress Park Branch Library, Monday, September 26, 2022

John Dishwasher is a writer and zine maker based in Southern California's San Jacinto Valley. His Zine from the Future Describing the End of Civilization was named a finalist for Best Political Zine of 2021 by Broken Pencil Magazine.


Nathalia with her guitar and 2 CDs

L.A. Libros Fest: Interview With Nathalia

Lupita Leyva, Senior Librarian, Robert Louis Stevenson Branch Library, Thursday, September 22, 2022

A native of Colombia, Nathalia moved to the US to attend the Berklee College of Music and later began her career as a music therapist and early childhood music educator. Since 2012, she has recorded and released five children’s albums, which were all co-produced and performed by Grammy award winners.


red orange yellow flames with banned books

Banned Books Week: 2022

Sheryn Morris, Librarian, Literature & Fiction, Thursday, September 22, 2022

Over the centuries, various forms of expression have been banned or destroyed, and their creators have been censored, imprisoned, tortured, killed, exiled.


Author Maritere R. Bellas and her books, !Soy Unica! and I Have A Secret!

L.A. Libros Fest: Interview With Maritere Bellas

Llyr Heller, Librarian, Teen'Scape, Wednesday, September 21, 2022
Award-winning author, bilingual parenting expert/mentor, speaker, writer, podcast host, IG Live host, and parenting influencer. She is the author of four parenting books, published in English and in Spanish, two bilingual children’s books, and a translator of two children’s books.

Ernesto Cisneros and his books Falling Short and Efrén Divided

L.A. Libros Fest: Interview With Ernesto Cisneros

Llyr Heller, Librarian, Teen'Scape, Tuesday, September 20, 2022
Ernesto Cisneros is the nationally acclaimed author of Efrén Divided. He was born and raised in Santa Ana, California, where he still teaches.

Monica Zepeda and her debut novel, Boys of the Beast

L.A. Libros Fest: Interview With Monica Zepeda

John Tommasino, Cybernaut, Van Nuys Branch Library, Monday, September 19, 2022

Monica Zepeda is a third-generation Mexican American from Southern California who lives by the beach with her husband and their unbelievably cute cats. She earned an MFA in playwriting before working in the entertainment industry.


Sizzling meat and vegetables on a outdoor barbeque grill

Pa' Pistear

Patricia Valdovinos, Librarian, Multilingual Collections, Friday, September 16, 2022

Ya llegó el regreso a la escuela para muchos estudiantes y también el regreso a días más cortos y noches más largas. Y eso solo significa una cosa…

El verano ya mero llega a su fin.


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