September is Latinx history month and it’s a great time to stock up on the best of Latinx authors, illustrators and children’s stories to read throughout the year.

Representation matters! There are so many beautifully illustrated and written children’s books featuring Latinx characters, stories and authors. My only dilemma is overspending on books.

Mighty Girl has a great list of recommendations which you can find here: https://www.amightygirl.com/blog/?p=13062

Hip Latina provides their top 20 books for young children as well as must have suggestions for filling your book shelves. You can find their suggestions here: https://hiplatina.com/20-latinx-childrens-books-that-should-be-on-your-shelf/

Looking for books about Latinx/Latin American history and/or social justice? Social Justice’s site provides information, reviews and links to purchase books from independent and unionized book sellers. You can find their recommendations here: https://socialjusticebooks.org/booklists/latinx/

Published by Candice

Hi, I’m Candice and I am so happy and honored to have you visit my site. I am a homeschooling mom with an MS in Education with fifteen years of experience in public and private school settings in NYC in addition to homeschooling my children the last 7 years. I love helping families to find what works best for their family in a home education environment. Homeschooling is limitless and your children and family can learn and grow together in whatever configuration you can imagine. I would be honored to help your family on that journey.

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