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Spanish and Latin American Literature and Culture: Graphic Novels and Children's Books

Children's Books

Children's books are a great way for beginning language learners to develop vocabulary, and to improve their command of the language.

The Brain Education Library and the Holland and Terrell Libraries collect selected children's titles in Spanish.
Check out El Increible Nino Comelibros, or Donde Viven Los Monstruos To find other titles, try a keyword search using the terms "juvenile fiction Spanish."

Graphic Novels and comic books are also another great way to learn a language. The WSU Libraries currently have several Tintin titles, including El templo del sol and Vuelo 714 para Sidney. Other Tintin titles can be found by searching under the author's name, Herge.

Additional children's titles include:

Librarian

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Gabriella Reznowski
Contact:
Holland and Terrell Libraries, 120-E
Spring 2020 Terrell Reference Desk Hours: Thursday 1-3
Office Hours:
Tuesday 1:30-3
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