Carly Garzón Vargas

April is poetry month, and here are some recommendations in Spanish. For Kids, Milo Imagina el Mundo by Matt de La Pena, Bravo by Margarita Engle, and Me dicen Güero by David Bowles. For teens Gabi Fragmentos de una adolescente by Isabel Quintero and La PoetX by Elizabeth Acevedo. I also recommend these novels written in English by Latina authors Fat Chance, Charlie Vega by Crystal Maldonado, Infinite Country by Patricia Engle y Of Women and Salt by Gabriela Garcia.

This year we will celebrate El Día del Niño, El Día del Libro with a virtual program. Share with our special guest, professional ventriloquist Vikki Gasco Green along with Rodrigo and Carly. It will happen on April 24th at 1 p.m.

Summer is almost here and that means Biblioteca en Camino will be out and about in Deschutes county! Find updates about our visits this summer on social media @deschuteslibrarysvcslatinos.


Llegó la primavera y trae muchas cosas para celebrar.

Abril es el mes de la poesía, por eso, recomiendo estos títulos de poesía en español. Para los niños Milo Imagina el Mundo por Matt de La Pena, Bravo por Margarita Engle, y Me dicen Güero por David Bowles. Para adolescentes Gabi Fragmentos de una adolescente por Isabel Quintero y La PoetX por Elizabeth Acevedo. También recomiendo estas novelas nuevas escritas en ingles por autores latinas Fat Chance, Charlie Vega por Crystal Maldonado, Infinite Country por Patricia Engle y Of Women and Salt por Gabriela Garcia

Este año la celebración de El Día del Nino, El Día del Libro, será un programa virtual. Comparta con nuestra invitada especial ventrílocuo profesional Vikki Gasco Green junta con Rodrigo y Carly. Tomará lugar el 24 de abril a la 1 p.m.

¡Ya casi viene el verano y eso significa que estaremos “en camino”! Busca actualizaciones de eventos y visitas este verano por medio de las redes sociales @deschuteslibrarysvcslatinos.

Carly Garzón Vargas is the Latino services coordinator at the Redmond Public Library. Contact her at carlyg@dpls.lib.or.us.

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