Labyrinth LostBook - 2016
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Tucson teens have interviewed authors at the Festival of Books since 2010. This year was the second year they were able to use the studios at Arizona Public Media to record the interviews. Making their way through the excited crowds and sunshine on the weekend of the Festival, both students and authors settled comfortably into their seats at the AZPM studios for intense, funny and… (more)
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Zoraida Córdova's Brooklyn Brujas series features Latinx witches.
This is about a Latina protagonist who's a bruja, by a Latina author.
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Alejandra Mortiz is a powerful bruja, or she would be if she hadn’t been supressing her power ever since her father’s disappearance several years earlier. But when events cause her to lose control, her power is revealed to her family, and generations of brujas and brujos begin planning her Deathday. There she will receive the blessing of her family, living and dead, and her power will be cemented. But Alex doesn’t want to be a bruja. She sees the price her mother and sisters pay for their powers, and wants no part of it. But what if giving up her power comes with a price even greater than using it?
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