We found 12 results
indigoBooksBenjamin Alire Saenz


Showing 1 - 12 of 12 Results

Trade Paperback

$11.82

$14.99

save 21%

In stock online

Not available in stores

On the surface, Ramiro Lopez and Jake Upthegrove couldn’t live more different lives. Ram is Mexican-American, lives in the poor section of town, and is doing his best to keep his mother sane while his brother fights off a drug-induced coma. Jake is a WASP…read more

Trade Paperback

$11.97

$17.50

save 31%

In stock online

Not available in stores

Last Night I Sang to the Monster was chosen as one of the Top Ten YA Books of Fiction in 2010. Zach is eighteen, bright, and articulate. He's also an alcoholic, in rehab instead of high school, but he doesn't remember how he got there. What's up with that?read more

Kobo Edition (eBook) | Spanish

$15.39

$19.99

save 23%

Available for download

Not available in stores

"The story's rhythmic, repetitive structure makes it an excellent read-aloud. . . . Meanwhile, [Esau Andrade] Valencia's bright oil paintings evoke the joy of dreams and imagination. . . . Children of all backgrounds will enjoy it."— School Library Journal…read more

Hardcover

$24.99

In stock online

Not available in stores

"I mean, it's not as if I want a father. I have a father. It's just that I don't know who he is or where he is. But I have one." Ramiro Lopez and Jake Upthegrove don't appear to have much in common. Ram lives in the Mexican-American working-class barrio of El…read more

Audio Book (CD)

$14.12

$14.99

save 5%

Out of stock online

Not available in stores

Zach is a senior but he?s in rehab instead of high school. He doesn?t remember how he got there. Remembering sucks and being alive ? well, what?s up with that? I have it in my head that when we?re born, God writes things down on our hearts. See, on some people?s…read more

Kobo Edition (eBook)

$11.69

$12.99

save 10%

Available for download

Not available in stores

"Sáenz' poetic narrative will captivate readers from the first sentence to the last paragraph of this beautifully written novel. . . . It is also a celebration of life and a song of hope in celebration of family and friendship, one that will resonate loud and…read more

In stock online

Not available in stores

This is a bilingual book for kids and dogs and even their parents. Like all kids, Little Diego and his big sister Gabriela argue over their new dog Sofie. She belongs to me, says Diego. No, she's mine, says Gabriela. It's only when Sofie gets really sick that…read more

Kobo Edition (eBook) | Spanish

$13.09

$16.99

save 22%

Available for download

Not available in stores

Mexico’s Day of the Dead fascinates U.S readers, whether for its joyful celebration of an unusual tradition or because it simply feels like home. San Vicente lets children join the celebration as they watch the skeletons rock, rattle, and roll those long old…read more

Kobo Edition (eBook)

$11.89

$13.99

save 15%

Available for download

Not available in stores

The “Hollywood” where Sammy Santos and Juliana Ríos live is not the West Coast one, the one with all the glitz and glitter. This Hollywood is a tough barrio at the edge of a small town in southern New Mexico. Sammy and this friends—members of the 1969 high school…read more

In stock online

Not available in stores

Diego and his sister Gabriela argue over their new dog Sofie. But it's only when Sofie gets really sick that they find out who their tortilla-loving pup really belongs to. This is a bilingual book for kids and dogs and even their parents. Once again, Benjamin…read more

Trade Paperback

$16.93

$17.50

save 3%

In stock online

Not available in stores

It is 1969, America is at war, Hollywood" is a dirt-poor Chicano barrio in small-town America, and Sammy and Juliana face a world of racism, war in Vietnam, and barrio violence. Sammy and Juliana in Hollywood is a Young Adult Library Services Association Top 10…read more

Kobo Edition (eBook)

$13.99

Available for download

Not available in stores

"I mean, it's not as if I want a father. I have a father. It's just that I don't know who he is or where he is. But I have one." Ramiro Lopez and Jake Upthegrove don't appear to have much in common. Ram lives in the Mexican-American working-class barrio of El…read more