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5 minutes | Jul 14, 2020
Gabriela Olmos, Award Winning Author presents a book to empower, to show that the children of the world need the community to see them. Eyes Closed is a book that includes interviews with children, the stories of how children have to fight forward wherever they live. With these stories, Gabriela wanted to present the diversity of children everywhere around the world.
3 minutes | Jul 9, 2020
Presenting her book The DNA of You and Me, Award Winning Author Andres Rothman explain that her book is a fiction novel about a love story between a young women and man trying to find the DNA in a research lab. This book is for those who are just starting in their careers. Andrea includes a little of science into her stories.
4 minutes | Jul 7, 2020
Dennis R. Garcia
Dennis R. Garcia, Award Winning Author, presents his book Marine, Public Servant, Kansan. The purpose of this book is to show young people that dreams can be achieved. Dennis highlighting the successes of his family as they encounter many challenges in life especially during their Military careers. The big picture is that immigrants contribute to the success of a country, immigrants are patriots.
3 minutes | Jun 30, 2020
La autora galardonada, Antonieta Villamil, muestra una imagen de las vivencias de los migrantes con los desplazamientos y cruze de fronteras en su libro de poesía Acantilados del sueño. La autora lee un poema llamado "La gota que rompe el cantaro" que proyecta como las leyes y corrupción corrompen la voces y sueños. La entrevistadora es Alina Gonzalez.
9 minutes | Jun 25, 2020
Anita Sanchez, Award Winning Author, brings a great spiritual book The Four Gifts for creating harmony and balance in the world and with oneself. This book brings the indigenous wisdom and their connection to the earth as powerful gifts. The powerful gifts for all humankind to remember to be back in relation to themselves and the world. The four gifts include forgiveness, unity, healing, and hope in action. An inspirational book to being free to living life. The host is Lisa Montes.
6 minutes | Jun 23, 2020
Award Winning Author, Raymond Bolton, presents The Awakening / El despertar. The spanish version brought this story to the Spanish speaking audience. He explains the importance of finding a great translator when a book is presented in another language. It is key to present the stories the right way due to words that sound alike but have different meanings in different languages. The host is Norma de la Peña.
4 minutes | Jun 18, 2020
R.H. Pfeiffer, Award Winning Author, has worked as the executive administrator in a health department for 40 years and covers the topic of addiction and recovery in his recent book. Based on four real-life true stories, Camino del Guerrero/Trail of the Warrior is a book about recovering from addiction in a journey with Rosy, the character's dog. Addiction doesn't discriminate and people must be reached out everywhere on this topic. The host is Ramona Winner.
9 minutes | Jun 16, 2020
Patricia Schaefer Röder
Patricia Schaefer Röder es una autora galardonada, traductora y editora quien presenta sus libros incluyendo Di lo que quieres decir, una antología de poesía de poetas ganadores, Divina, la mujer en veinte voces, una antología sobre temas de la mujer y Mi dulce curiosidad es una novela traducida al español sobre dos historias paralelas que llevan al autor en un recorrido del padre de la anatomía y una historia de dos chicas buscando su identidad. La entrevistadora es Georgette Baker.
4 minutes | Jun 11, 2020
The Award Winning Author Roma Calatayud-Stocks talks about her book trilogy. A Symphony of Rivals, the second book in her trilogy, takes the reader into a story of a musician young woman. With a background in music, Roma demonstrates how music transcends time in different eras with her books. The host is Ramona Winner.
5 minutes | Jun 9, 2020
Nery Santos Gómez
La autora venezolana Nery Santos Gómez comparte como una historia al final del libro puede unir una serie de cuentos cortos. Presentando su libro Lazareto de afecciones presenta la perspectiva de que las afecciones tienen formas contrarias de representación. The host is Georgette Baker. Location: 2019 International Latino Book Awards in Los Angeles.
3 minutes | Jun 4, 2020
With the book Make the Best of It!, Award Winning Author, Georgette Baker wants to bring kids a billigual story to show that a problem has a different solution. Taking a problem and making it into an opportunity. Her Periquito books tells a story of a periquito, includes music, and learning leassons. The host is Ramona Winner.
4 minutes | Jun 2, 2020
Armando B. Rendón
Armando Rendon, Award Winning Author of the book The Wizard of the Blue Hole. This is his fifth book, a fiction story for Young Adults. The host is Ramona Winner.
8 minutes | May 28, 2020
In this interview, Award Winning Author Daniel Pinilla talks about his nook Expaña. Traveling around Spain he brought together a serious conversation about journalism. The real life aspects that need to be worked in depth and brought to readers in the form of a book. The host is Norma de la Peña.
4 minutes | May 26, 2020
Sandra Rivera Sánchez
Sandra Rivera Sánchez, autora galardonada, presenta su libro Los caballitos de mar se mudan de coral. Un libro para niños que presenta un mensaje importante a la sociedad para concientizar los problemas de la basura en el oceano y la importancia de reciclar. The host is Ramona Winner.
5 minutes | May 21, 2020
Sandra Elaine Scott
Sandra Elaine Scott, Award Winning Author speaks on her children's book The Magical Day. She talks about the challenges of finding an illustrator. "Find the person who gets you...[someone] who takes your vision." Sandra projects the vision that Latinos are a very diverse group and this should be a global message. The host is Maria Nieto.
5 minutes | May 19, 2020
Nasario Garcia, Award Winning Author, talks on his book Hoe, Heaven & Hell. This is memoir about his life, his parents, and history. Nasario also writes children's books such as Grandma Lale's Tamales. The author educates kids today on the hand on activities and not just the technology in hands. The host is Maria Nieto.
7 minutes | May 14, 2020
Maritza Martinez Mejia
Maritza Martinez Mejia, Award Winning Author, speaks on the challenges an author faces as they translates a book to be available in bilingual format. Author of over 5 books including Hazel Eyes and shares her collection Lecciones de vida(lesson for life), children books that encourage respect, root traditions, and being thankful.
4 minutes | May 12, 2020
Maria Nieto, Award Winning Author, presents various of her books including her award winning book The Water of Life Remains in the Dead. She explains how water stays in our bodies and develops her mystery novel using forensic science. The host is Georgette Baker.
8 minutes | May 7, 2020
Maria Cristina Montoya and co-authors
Maria Cristina Montoya in the company of her students and co-authors of their award winning book Mi Vida en los Estados Unidos: Jóvenes de herencia hispanohablante escriben sus experiencias. They share the importance of a book like this and how it help them. The host is Georgette Baker.
3 minutes | May 5, 2020
Jose Chavez, award winning author speaks about his bilingual poetry children's book Estrellitas y Nopales. As a billingual teacher he noticed the shortage of books like this. The host is Julia Abrantes.
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