Vamos a Leer!! Booklist for the 2014-2015 School Year

After lots of research and input from readers we’ve decided on the books for this year’s Vamos a Leer Book Group! Thanks so much to all of you who contributed ideas and conversed with us about so many wonderful options.  I have absolutely loved getting to read so many excellent books while we were making our final list. I’m really excited about this year’s books! We’ve tried to balance our selections to include a variety of reading levels, themes, male/female protagonists and countries. We can’t wait to get started in September. We look forward to hearing your thoughts! Happy reading!

We’ll see you the first Monday of the month (there are a few exceptions for holidays, including September, so check dates below) at Bookworks from 5:00-7:00 pm!  If you can’t find us at Bookworks, it’s because we’ve wandered next door to Flying Star for coffee.  Feel free to drop in for any of our meetings.

Don’t forget–we’ll be raffling a copy of the next month’s featured novel at each monthly book group, so there’s extra incentive to join us!!

Click here for a pdf version of the dates and titles below.  Feel free to share it with anyone who may be interested.

Be sure to check out our Educator’s Guide tab each month to access the curriculum materials for the featured book.


Books 2014-2015September 8th: Yaqui Delgado Wants to Kick Your Ass by Meg Medina | ages 13 and up | United States/Latino

October 6th: La Linea by Ann Jaramillo | ages 10 and up | Mexico

November 3rd: The Tequila Worm by Viola Canales | ages 12 and up | United States/Latino

December 1st: Mexican Whiteboy by Matt de la Peña | ages 14 and up | United States

January 12th: Caminar by Skila Brown | ages 10 and up | Guatemala

February 2nd: The Color of My Words by Lynn Joseph | ages 8 and up | available in Spanish | Dominican Republic

March 2nd: He Forgot to Say Goodbye by Benjamin Alire Sáenz | ages 12 and up | United States

April 6th: Serafina’s Promise by Ann Burg | ages 10 and up | Haiti

May 4th: The Meaning of Consuelo by Judith Ortiz Cofer | ages 14 and up | Puerto Rico


p.s. We hope you enjoy our new blog format!  We’re super excited about the update and hope that it will make it easier for you to find the resources you need!


2 thoughts on “Vamos a Leer!! Booklist for the 2014-2015 School Year

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