Here you can browse my collections of books in Spanish. Some books are authentic (written originally in Spanish, for Spanish speakers) and some are translated. I like to have both kinds around!

Reading is one of the best ways to develop language naturally, and every home or classroom needs a good stash of children’s books in Spanish. They’re far better than flashcards or worksheets, because they provide language in context. We lose ourselves in a good story. That subconscious state of mind is ideal for acquiring language!

As a non-native speaker, I rely on books in Spanish to help me deliver good input and improve my own language skills. As much as Netflix in Spanish or music are great resources, nothing beats curling up with mom or dad and a good book. 

Novels in the Language Classroom

Reading is perhaps *the* top way to increase fluency in the target language. Read about why learner novels changed my teaching, and check out the podcast from Language Latte for a comprehensive look at reading in our language classroom. 

If you are looking for a list of novels and where to get them, try this Google Doc of Spanish novels by theme, and Spanish learner novels categorized by level

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