La banda de los niños

(The Children of Racket)

Roberto Saviano


ISBN 978-84-3397-984-1

From Saviano, the bestselling author of Gomorrah, comes this novel about 10 youngsters who take over the drug trafficking network in their town. Their power strengthens with violence, where blood is repaid with more blood.

Corona cruel

(Cruel Crown)

Victoria Aveyard


ISBN 978-60-7527-095-1

In this pair of prequels to Aveyard’s Red Queen, Queen Coriane recounts the deadly challenges that lie ahead for her in royal life, and Captain Farley exchanges coded transmissions with the resistance about her first attempt at attacking the capital.



L.S. Hilton


ISBN 978-84-1649-819-2

In the sequel to Maestra, femme fatale Judith Rashleigh maneuvers among Europe’s glamorous elite.

La mujer del camarote 10

(The Woman in Cabin 10)

Ruth Ware


ISBN 978-84-9838-796-4

A bestseller about a journalist on a luxury cruise who witnesses a woman being thrown overboard.

París para uno

(Paris for One and Other Stories)

Jojo Moyes


ISBN 978-1-945540-64-6

Moyes, the bestselling author of Me Before You and After You, writes an irresistibly romantic collection filled with humor and heart.

La razon de estar contigo

(A Dog’s Journey)

W. Bruce Cameron


ISBN 978-84-1686-791-2

The sequel to A Dog’s Purpose is a story of unwavering loyalty and love that crosses all barriers.


2018—Tu horoscopo personal

(Your 2018 Personal Horoscope)

Joseph Polansky


ISBN 978-84-1634-411-6

A guide to the upcoming year, with monthly predictions for each sign.

Azúcar en la sangre. Un plan de 8 semanas para perder peso y reprogramar tu cuerpo

(The 8-Week Blood Sugar Diet: How to Beat Diabetes Fast [and Stay Off Medication])

Michael Mosley


ISBN 978-60-7527-156-9

Mosley presents an eight-week plan for diabetics who want to reverse their condition.

Mindfulness para padres e hijos

(Growing Up Mindful)

Christopher Willard


ISBN 978-84-1703-019-3

This book aims to help parents and educators learn how to embody the skills of mindfulness to empower children with resilience throughout their lives.

Ya te dije adiós ¿y ahora cómo te olvido?

(I Told You Goodbye, Now How Do I Forget You?)

Walter Riso


ISBN 978-60-7527-262-7

Riso analyzes the phenomenon of separation—from making the decision to separate to the grieving process—by presenting clinical cases and personal anecdotes.


Una arruga en el tiempo

(A Wrinkle in Time)

Madeleine L’Engle


ISBN 978-60-7735-871-8

L’Engle’s classic, winner of the Newbery Medal in 1963, is the story of the adventures in space and time of Meg Murry, Charles Wallace, and Calvin O’Keefe.

¡Atrapa a esa galleta!

(Catch That Cookie)

Hallie Durand


ISBN 978-84-9145-078-8

Marshall knows gingerbread cookies can’t run. But when it’s time to take the gingerbread men out of the oven, they’re gone.

Condorito la película

(Condorito, the Movie)



ISBN 978-95-6316-411-4

Fans of Condorito are anxiously awaiting the release of his animated film. This book presents scenes from the film, in which the popular character tries to rescue his mother-in-law.

El desastroso Max Crumbly ¡Qué asco de día!

(The Misadventures of Max Crumbly: Locker Hero)

Rachel Renée Russell


ISBN 978-84-0817-973-3

When Max starts middle school, a bully named Doug stuffs him in his locker. If only Max could be a hero like those in his beloved comic books.



Pam Muñoz Ryan


ISBN 978-60-7527-127-9

Three children whose lives have become interwoven through encounters with a mysterious harmonica face major challenges, such as rescuing a parent, protecting a sibling, and keeping a family together.

Elegida por la luna

(Moon Chosen)

P.C. Cast


ISBN 978-1-945540-71-4

The latest from Cast, the bestselling author of the House of Night series, is an epic fantasy set in a world where humans, their animal allies, and the Earth itself has been drastically changed.

Martí y sus versos por la libertad

(Martí’s Song for Freedom)

Emma Otheguy

Children’s Book Press

ISBN 978-0-89239-375-6

A biography in verse of beloved Cuban poet José Martí, who fought for Cuban independence and an end to slavery.

El odio que das

(The Hate U Give)

Angie Thomas


ISBN 978-60-7527-178-1

Sixteen-year-old Starr Carter is the sole witness of the fatal shooting of her childhood best friend Khalil at the hands of a police officer.

Poemas familiares para cada día de la semana

(Family Poems for Every Day of the Week)

Francisco X. Alarcón

Children’s Book Press

ISBN 978-0-89239-275-9

A collection of poetry by the late Francisco X. Alarcón, acclaimed Chicano poet, celebrating the days of the week and everyday childhood experiences.

El rapto del príncipe Oleomargarina

(The Purloining of Prince Oleomargarine)

Mark Twain, illus. by Philip Stead and Erin Stead


ISBN 978-60-7527-296-2

The Steads have finished and illustrated this never-before-published work by Twain, which tells the story of a boy named Johnny and his adventure searching for a kidnapped prince.

La rebelión del tigre

(The Tiger Rising)

Kate DiCamillo


ISBN 978-60-7527-050-0

Walking through the misty woods one morning, 12-year-old Rob is stunned to encounter a very large tiger pacing back and forth in a cage. On the same day, he meets Sistine. Both events will change his life.

Todos vieron un gato

(They All Saw a Cat)

Brendan Wenzel


ISBN 978-60-7973-138-0

In this glorious celebration of imagination, curiosity and observation, Wenzel explores the different lives of a cat.

El verano de Raymie Nightingale

(Raymie Nightingale)

Kate DiCamillo


ISBN 978-60-7735-904-3

Raymie Clarke plans to win a local competition and get her name and picture in the paper—all to get her father to come back home.

Bardales to Head PW’s Spanish-language Coverage

Aída Bardales has been selected to oversee PW’s coverage of the Spanish-language book market as a contributing editor. She succeeds Leyhla Ahuile, who has taken a job at eBay.

Bardales has a deep background in the Spanish-language book industry. She was a senior editor at Críticas, the bimonthly magazine focused on the Spanish-language publishing industry, which examined trends and introduced authors to readers who do not read Spanish. Prior to that, she was an editor for HarperCollins’s Latino imprint, Rayo, and was an editor at Bookspan’s Spanish-language book clubs, Mosaico and Círculo de lectores.

More recently, Bardales wrote reviews and articles for a number of publications. She has also worked as a translator and served as a copy editor for different Spanish-language publications and imprints.

She will start at PW on September 11.