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Two Spooky Stories for the Month of October

By Erika Semprun Do you like to celebrate October with creepy mystery tales? Norma has just the stories for...
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Learning Italian: Three Reading Suggestions

By- Claudia Quesito Reading a book in Italian is one of the biggest challenges for an Italian learner, but it can...

Llora, corazón, pero no te rompas, un cuento para explicarle a los niños sobre la muerte

Por-Glenda Rosado En la vida pasamos por diferentes procesos que son difíciles de entender. Uno de ellos es la...

¡Lorenza, bájate del perro!: A Tale of Mischief

By- Erika Semprun ¡Lorenza, bájate del perro!, written by Toño Malpica and illustrated by Manuel Monroy, tells...

Dos Tomatillos: Our New Website Full of Books, Fun, and Lots of Adventures

We are very excited to introduce Dos tomatillos, the new Vista Higher Learning online store dedicated to children's...

Five Bookstores to Visit in New York City

By- Erika Semprun There are hundreds of things to do in New York City all year-round—and especially when...

How Stories Get Lost in Translation

By- Erika Semprun Have you ever read a novel in its original tongue and then read a translation of it in...

Five Best Places to Read a Book

By- Erika Semprun Hello teachers! This week, we’re discussing five ideal places to relax with a book. Whether...

Authentic Spanish Novels for Tweens and Teens by Award-Winning Authors

Our new releases from Norma: El océano interior  (The Inner Ocean) de Juan José Cavero The Inner Ocean tells...

Authentic Spanish Mysteries, Legends, & Humor for Middle Grade Readers

Our new releases from Norma: El misterio del hombre que desapareció  / The Mystery of the Man Who...