Manuel y Fanuel son hermanos idénticos, pero no solo ellos, su singular familia está llena de gemelos. Por culpa de una S es una divertida historia sobre la identidad personal y el derecho a ser diferentes. Con el apoyo de Fundación Cuatrogatos y el Departamento de Educación Bilingüe y Lenguas Extranjeras de las Escuelas Públicas del Condado Miami-Dade
Conoce a José Martí es un relato ambientado en La Habana del siglo XIX que nos acerca a la infancia del patriota y escritor cubano José Martí y a su gran amistad con su compañero de escuela Fermín Valdés Domínguez. Con el apoyo de Fundación Cuatrogatos y el Departamento de Educación Bilingüe y Lenguas Extranjeras de las Escuelas Públicas del Condado Miami-Dade
En Pepito y la calle más aburrida del mundo, Pepito ha decidido convertirse en un famoso detective. Con la ayuda de su perra Lulú, está listo para entrar en acción e investigar un misterioso robo... Con el apoyo de Fundación Cuatrogatos y el Departamento de Educación Bilingüe y Lenguas Extranjeras de las Escuelas Públicas del Condado Miami-Dade
On the 25th anniversary of Hurricane Andrew, photographer Barry Fellman presents, HURRICANE, featuring powerful images that Fellman captured immediately following this devastating storm’s touchdown. Fellman is joined by meteorologist Bryan Norcross, who contributed to HURRICANE.
Far from the cliché images of dilapidated palazzos and 1950s-era cars, Hermes Mallea's Havana Living Today: Cuban Home Style Now presents a vibrant, creative, and forward-looking city through the lens of an eclectic collection of domestic interiors. With a keen eye and dry wit, author Tom Miller takes readers on an intimate journey from Havana to the places you seldom find in guidebooks, in Cuba, Hot and Cold.
In Intuitive Alphabet, Michele Oka Doner turns her keen eye to the glyphic forms embedded in shells, sponges, and other natural forms she found, collected, and curated during her frequent walks on the beach. In her art book Everything is Alive, one is led through the artistic processes behind some of her prominent art installations. Oka Doner will be joined in conversation by New Yorker staff writer, and contributor to Everything is Alive, Judith Thurman.
Marked, Unmarked, Remembered: A Geography of American Memory combines powerful photographs by award-winning photojournalist Andrew Lichtenstein with meditations on meaning and landscape by Alex Lichtenstein, Editor of the American Historical Review. Photojournalist and educator Michael Carlebach's new photo collection, Some of Us, presents people and places across the country caught like reflections in a quickly passed mirror that remind us who we really are and suggest where we might be going.
Jen Karetnick’s guidebook, The 500 Hidden Secrets of Miami, gives readers an insider's tour of the Magic City. Kirsten Hines and James A. Kushlan present South Florida’s Biscayne Bay, its keys, the coral reef, and the national park that protects them are celebrated in Biscayne National Park. Terri Mashour’s Backcountry Trails of Florida: A Guide to Hiking Florida's Water Management Districts highlights 100 off-the-grid hiking trails from every corner of the state.
In Bad Guys, Bullets, and Boat Chases: True Stories of Florida Game Wardens, former water and land patrol officer Bob H. Lee reveals that the life of a game warden is a lot more exciting—and dangerous—than most people think. In Before the Pioneers: Indians, Settlers, Slaves, and the Founding of Miami, FSU history professor Andrew K. Frank pieces together the material culture and the historical record of the Miami River to re-create the fascinating past of one of the world’s…
Bob Kealing's Elvis Ignited: The Rise of an Icon in Florida follows the performer through his four transformative and tumultuous Florida tours in fifteen months spanning 1955-1956. In A People's History of Overtown Vol. 1, Jake Katel brings a once-vibrant district of Miami back to life through the voices of those who were there. Part fan, part historian, part journalist, John Cordero is a walking encyclopedia of Miami’s hip-hop legacy, which he chronicles in The Cipher.