Las Comadres & Friends National Latino Book Club

In case you are already stockpiling for 2009, here’s some good news:

Las Comadres, the Association of American Publishers and Borders have picked the 2009 reading list for las Comadres and Friends National Latino Book Club, which was launched in June. Every month at Borders stores around the country the book club discusses English-language works by Latino authors. (For more information, visit borders.com or lascomadres.org.)

The reading list for next year:

January:

When the Ground Turns in Its Sleep by Sylvia Sellers-Garcia

February:

March:

Notorious by Michele Martinez (Morrow)

April:

May:

June:

Rogelia’s House of Magic by Jamie Martinez Wood (Delacorte)

July:

Sweet Mary: A Novel by Liz Balmaseda

August:

Dark Dude by Oscar Hijuelos (Atheneum)

September:

Reclaiming Paris: A Novel by Fabiola Santiago (Washington Square Press)

October:

The Arrangement by Sofia Quintero (Random House)

November:

Tell Me Something True by Leila Cobo (Grand Central)

December:

Lima Nights by Marie Arana (Dial Press)

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