• The Soul of A Woman

    The Soul of A Woman

    Allende, Isabel

    Allende (The House of the Spirits) offers up an intimate memoir on the impact of feminism on her unique and fulfilling life. - Library Journal

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  • Music to My Years

    Music to My Years

    Alonzo, Cristela

    Comedian, writer, and producer Cristela Alonzo shares personal stories of growing up as a first-generation Mexican-American in Texas and following her dreams to pursue a career in comedy. - publisher's description

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  • Alou

    Alou

    Alou, Felipe

    Hall of Fame pitcher Alou, who made history in 1958 as the first person to go from the Dominican Republic to playing with a major league team, delivers a fascinating memoir of his baseball career. - Publishers Weekly

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  • Spirit Run

    Spirit Run

    Álvarez, Noé

    Born in Washington State to Mexican immigrant parents, Álvarez began packing apples alongside his mother at a young age, won a full scholarship to college, then dropped out to join a Native American/First Nations movement called the Peace and Dignity Journeys, months-long marathons aimed at re-creating connections across a North America that transcend current political borders. - Library Journal

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  • Perfectly You

    Perfectly You

    Atencio, Mariana

    Journalist and NBC reporter Mariana Atencio's fresh, compelling voice resonates powerfully on current cultural topics, such as immigration and global poverty, encouraging individual readers to use their lives to make the world a better place. - publisher's description.

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  • My Time to Speak

    My Time to Speak

    Calderón, Ilia

    Afro-Latina Univision news anchor Calderon takes on racism in this fascinating memoir. - Publishers Weekly

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  • An Unlikely Journey

    An Unlikely Journey

    Castro, Julián

    The former San Antonio mayor and Secretary of Housing and Urban Development tells the story of how he rose from humble origins to live the American dream. - Kirkus

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  • My Time Among the Whites

    My Time Among the Whites

    Crucet, Jennine Capó

    In this conversational and often comic memoir-in-essays, Cuban American novelist Crucet (Make Your Home Among Strangers) examines entitlement and dislocation in a white world. - Publishers Weekly

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  • The Shot Caller

    The Shot Caller

    Diaz, Casey

    Former gang member Diaz unleashes a tale of domestic violence, street savagery, imprisonment, and ultimate redemption in his bold debut. - Publishers Weekly

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  • Ordinary Girls

    Ordinary Girls

    Díaz, Jaquira

    An “ordinary girl” rebels against her unstable life in Puerto Rico and Miami Beach until military service helps her gain a life-altering self-confidence. - Kirkus

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