1. Searching for kids' magazines
From: Peter Fekety <email@example.com:firstname.lastname@example.org>
We are a medium sized public library in suburban
Washington, D.C., looking to subscribe to one or two children’s
magazines in Spanish - we're talking anything that would appeal
to grades 1-6 - we have heard of something called Chispa
that comes out of Mexico, but are unable to find much information
about it - any suggestions? Thanks...
Regional Reference Librarian
Wheaton Regional Library
2. Chispa and hundreds of other international
If you want to see Chispa online, click http://www.unam.mx/serv_hem/revistas/ninios/181/indic181.html
One place to hunt for foreign periodicals is a company
called Faxon. At http://www.faxon.com/guide/default.htm
you will find a tool that supports searches by country, title, and
several other criteria. Chispa is in there, along with
dozens of others from Mexico; what's lacking is at this site is
3. Americanos, the book
Subject: SOL 19: El Vez, Taco Shop Poets, Pathfinders
For those who have not yet seen it, There is also
a wonderful book called Americanos, available in either paperback
Main entry: Olmos, Edward James.
Title: Americanos :
in the United States = La vida Latina en los Estados
Publisher: Little, Brown, Boston :
Date of Publication: 1999.
Computer Services Assistant
Hall County Library
127 Main St. N.W.
Gainesville, Georgia 30501
4. Meet Lisa Regimbal of Portland, OR
My name is Lisa Regimbal and I am a librarian at
Multnomah County Public Library in Portland, Oregon. Here at Multnomah
County we have had a scattered approach to serving our Spanish-speaking
patrons and we are trying to create a cohesive plan. I am hoping
to get a lot of good ideas from this listserv.
Multnomah County Library
5. Website for Spanish-speaking students
Barbara Miller at Cal State-Fullerton has put together
a terrific Spanish-language guide, El Web en Español, for
Some of the licensed electronic resources here are
only accessible to CSF students, but nonetheless there's a wealth
of good stuff at this attractive site.
From: Lillian Marrero <email@example.com>
Just to let you know. I bookmarked the SOL
web page and it shows up as an "untitled document". I
am sure you can fix it.
[Note from a blushing Flaco: This kind of
feedback is embarrassing but welcome...in fact, I never metadata
I didn't like, and I’ve added some to the page. Thanks, Lillian.]
SOL: Spanish in Our Libraries