Below is a list of great books for ages 0-14ish that celebrate Latino culture or characters, or the Spanish language (and not all Latinos speak Spanish, we know). Plus one book that mouseifies Cinco de Mayo.
My buddy, super writer/Wagging Tales blogger, Kimberly Baker, has a few suggestions, too, and those titles have a star by them, thanks, Kim!
"Mañana Iguana" by Ann Whitford Paul, illustrated by Ethan Long
"Before You Were Here, Mi Amor" by Samantha Vamos, illustrated by Santiago Cohen
"Frida" by Jonah Winter, illustrated by Ana Juan (one of my favorite authors + one of my favorite illustrators + amazing subject/person = awesomeness)
"P is for Piñata" by Tony Johnston, illustrated by John Parra
"Cinco De Mouse-o!" by Judy Cox, illustrated by Jeffrey Ebbeler (out today!)
"Just In Case" by Yuyi Morales
*"Confetti Girl" by Diana Lopez
*"Return to Sender" by Julia Alvarez
*"Becoming Naomi Leon" by Pam Muñoz Ryan
*"Esperanza Rising" by Pam Muñoz Ryan
"Mexican Whiteboy" by Matt de la Peña (another of Kim's favorites)
*"Tortilla Sun" by Jennifer Cervantes
*"The Red Umbrella" by Christina Gonzales (out next week)