[Book List] 2020 Releases- Caribbean Children's & YA Books

Happy new year, everybody. Putting together Anansesem's annual list of *English-language* Caribbean children's and young adult (YA) books expected from traditional publishers in the coming year is an end-of-year ritual I always look forward to. (See previous annual lists here). The books below are all 'ownvoices' books by Caribbean-based and Caribbean self-identified authors. We're happy to see that Hannah Carmona, Anika Denise, Emma Otheguy, Lulu Delacre and Ruth Behar—all past Anansesem contributors—have interesting books (I'm particularly beguiled by the prospect of dragons in the Dominican Republic, as promised by Carmona's picture book) coming out this year, and expect to add more books to the list as the year unfolds. Do leave a comment if you know of a book that needs to be added.

*All book synopses from the publisher's website. Inclusion in the list below does not constitute an endorsement by Anansesem or its editors.

I Am a Promise
by Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce (Main Author) and Rachel Moss (Illustrator), with Ashley Rousseau (Contributing Author)
Picturebook. Black Sheep/Akashic Books. Pub date: February 4, 2020. View on Amazon.

I Am a Promise takes readers on Shelly Ann's journey from her childhood in the tough inner-city community of Waterhouse in Kingston, Jamaica, through her development as a young athlete, to her first Olympic gold medal in the 100-meter sprint in 2008.

The story charts how Shelly Ann's commitment to hard work as well as the encouragement of loved ones helped her achieve her dreams against great odds and challenging life experiences. Most importantly, I Am a Promise encourages young readers to believe in themselves and to maximize their own promise to the world.

A New Kind of Wild
by Zara Gonzalez Hoang (Author and Illustrator)
Picturebook. Dial Books. Pub date: April 21, 2020. View on Amazon.

This sweet author-illustrator debut celebrates imagination, the magic of friendship, and all the different ways we make a new place feel like home.

For Ren, home is his grandmother's little house, and the lush forest that surrounds it. Home is a place of magic and wonder, filled with all the fantastical friends that Ren dreams up. Home is where his imagination can run wild.

For Ava, home is a brick and cement city, where there's always something to do or see or hear. Home is a place bursting with life, where people bustle in and out like a big parade. Home is where Ava is never lonely because there's always someone to share in her adventures.

When Ren moves to Ava's city, he feels lost without his wild. How will he ever feel at home in a place with no green and no magic, where everything is exactly what it seems? Of course, not everything in the city is what meets the eye, and as Ren discovers, nothing makes you feel at home quite like a friend.

Inspired by the stories her father told her about moving from Puerto Rico to New York as a child, Zara González Hoang's author-illustrator debut is an imaginative exploration of the true meaning of "home."

Crazy Legs: A B-Boy from the Boogie Down Bronx
by Linda J. Acevedo (Author) and Frank Morrison (Illustrator)
Picturebook. Lee & Low Books. Pub date: June 2, 2020. View on Amazon.

A boogie-down picture book biography about the innovative dancer Richard Colón--better known as Crazy Legs--who became one of the pioneers of breaking.

Step back, step back! Crazy Legs about to bust a move.

Born in the South Bronx, Richard Colón grew up with salsa dance parties at home and DJs battling on turntables on the street. Inspired by these new beats and the moves of James Brown, neighborhood boys and girls started dancing with a mix of twists, slides, and shuffles. The rhythm of the Toprock. Drop of the Six-step. Wiggle of the Worm. A new dance form called breaking was being created, and Richard wanted to be a part of it.

With a signature style of quick and fiery footwork, Richard became known as Crazy Legs. Together with the Rock Steady Crew, he went on to perform for the president of the United States and the Queen of England, travelling the world to showcase his moves. Then Hollywood came calling and breaking was everywhere. Crazy Legs and his crew had come a long way from dance battles on the streets!

Debut author Linda J. Acevedo introduces young readers to a Puerto Rican boy who pioneered a new style of dance inspired by his surroundings. Coupled with award-winning illustrator Frank Morrison's sinuous and pulsating art, Crazy Legs is an energizing ode to the Boogie Down Bronx and to Hip Hop--a movement that would forever change the course of music, art, and culture. To the beat, y'all!

Category Five
by Ann Dávila Cardinal (Author)
YA novel. Tor Teen. Pub date: June 2, 2020. View on Amazon.

Category Five is a new supernatural YA thriller from Ann Dávila Cardinal, set against the backdrop of a post-hurricane Puerto Rico.

After the hurricane, some see destruction and some smell blood.

The tiny island of Vieques, located just off the northeastern coast of the main island of Puerto Rico, is trying to recover after hurricane Maria, but the already battered island is now half empty. To make matters worse, as on the main island, developers have come in to buy up the land at a fraction of its worth, taking advantage of the island when it is down.

Lupe, Javier, and Marisol are back to investigate a series of murders that follow in the wake of a hurricane and in the shadow of a new supernatural threat.

Facing the Sun
by Janice Lynn Mather (Author)
YA novel. Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers. Pub date: August 4, 2020. View on Amazon.

The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants meets The Education of Margot Sanchez in this Caribbean-set story about four friends who experience unexpected changes in their lives during the summer when a hotel developer purchases their community’s beloved beach.

Change is coming to Pinder Street…

Eve is the rock in her family of seven, the one they always depend on. But when her dad is diagnosed with cancer, she wants nothing more than to trade her worries for some red lipstick and a carefree night.

Faith is the dancer all the boys want, but she only has eyes for the one she can’t have. Only thing is, all the flirting in the world can’t distract her from her broken home life...or the secrets that she hides.

KeeKee is the poet who won’t follow the rules, not even to please her estranged father. But after a horrible betrayal, she’ll have to choose between being right and losing everyone she loves.

Nia is the prisoner longing to escape her overprotective mother. A summer art program might be her ticket to freedom, yet it comes with a terrible price—and the risk may not be worth the reward.

Ready or not, it’s time for these four friends to face the sun.

Home Home
by Lisa Allen-Agostini (Author)
YA novel. Delacorte Press. Pub date: May 26, 2020. View on Amazon.

Fans of Monday's Not Coming and Girl in Pieces will love this award-winning novel about a girl on the verge of losing herself and the unlikely journey to recovery after she is removed from anything and everyone she knows to be home.

Moving from Trinidad to Canada wasn't her idea. But after being hospitalized for depression, her mother sees it as the only option. Now, living with an estranged aunt she barely remembers and dealing with her "troubles" in a foreign country, she feels more lost than ever.

Everything in Canada is cold and confusing. No one says hello, no one walks anywhere, and bus trips are never-ending and loud. She just wants to be home home, in Trinidad, where her only friend is going to school and Sunday church service like she used to do.

But this new home also brings unexpected surprises: the chance at a family that loves unconditionally, the possibility of new friends, and the promise of a hopeful future. Though she doesn't see it yet, Canada is a place where she can feel at home--if she can only find the courage to be honest with herself.

by Peter Tosh (Author) and Rachel Moss (Illustrator)
Picturebook. Akashic Books. Pub date: June 2, 2020. View on Amazon.

A beautiful children's picture book featuring the lyrics of Peter Tosh's global classic celebrating children of African descent.

So don't care where you come from
As long as you're a black man, you're an African
No mind your nationality
You have got the identity of an African

African is a children's book featuring lyrics by Peter Tosh and illustrations by Jamaican artist Rachel Moss. The song "African" by Peter Tosh was originally released in 1977 on his second solo record, Equal Rights. He wrote the song during a time of civil unrest in Jamaica as a reminder to all black people that they were part of the same community. The album is considered one of the most influential reggae works of all time.

Muse Squad: The Cassandra Curse
by Chantel Acevedo (Author)
Middle grade novel. Balzer + Bray. Pub date: July 7, 2020. View on Amazon.

When a young Cuban American girl discovers that she's one of the nine muses of Greek mythology, she must use her newfound powers to help a brilliant classmate who is destined to save humanity.

*Full synopsis coming soon

The Madre de Aguas of Cuba (The Unicorn Rescue Society)
by Emma Otheguy (Author), Adam Gidwitz (Author) and Hatem Aly (Illustrator)
Middle grade novel. Dutton Books for Young Readers. Pub date: May 12, 2020. View on Amazon.

Critically acclaimed author Emma Otheguy joins Newbery Honor-winning Adam Gidwitz as co-author of the newest adventure in the NYT bestselling Unicorn Rescue Society series as the kids travel to Cuba to help the legendary Madre de aguas.

In Cuba, it is believed that a mysterious water serpent--the Madre de aguas--is responsible for providing and protecting the fresh water of the island. But the serpent is missing, and a drought has gripped the island. Uchenna, Elliot, and Professor Fauna fly to Cuba and endeavor to rescue the Madre de aguas. Unfortunately, it tries to kill them. Meanwhile, the Schmoke Brothers' goons are driving around Havana, dumping pink sludge into the sewers. What is going on? Can Elliot and Uchenna end the drought? Stop the Schmokes? Or will the creature they are trying to save just eat them instead?

The Total Eclipse of Nestor Lopez
by Adrianna Cuevas (Author)
Middle grade novel. Farrar, Straus and Giroux. Pub date: May 12, 2020. View on Amazon.

In this magical middle-grade debut novel from Adrianna Cuevas, a Cuban American boy must use his secret ability to communicate with animals to save the inhabitants of his town when they are threatened by a tule vieja, a witch that transforms into animals.

All Nestor Lopez wants is to live in one place for more than a few months and have dinner with his dad.

When he and his mother move to a new town to live with his grandmother after his dad’s latest deployment, Nestor plans to lay low. He definitely doesn’t want to anyone find out his deepest secret: that he can talk to animals.

But when the animals in his new town start disappearing, Nestor's grandmother becomes the prime suspect after she is spotted in the woods where they were last seen. As Nestor investigates the source of the disappearances, he learns that they are being seized by a tule vieja―a witch who can absorb an animal’s powers by biting it during a solar eclipse. And the next eclipse is just around the corner…

Now it’s up to Nestor’s extraordinary ability and his new friends to catch the tule vieja―and save a place he might just call home.

This Train Is Being Held
by Ismée Williams (Author)
YA novel. Amulet Books. Pub date: February 11, 2020. View on Amazon.

Alex is a baseball player. A great one. His papi is pushing him to go pro, but Alex maybe wants to be a poet. Not that Papi would understand or allow that.

Isa is a dancer. She'd love to go pro, if only her Havana-born mom weren't dead set against it...just like she's dead set against her daughter falling for a Latino. And Isa's privileged private-school life—with her dad losing his job and her older brother struggling with mental illness—is falling apart. Not that she'd ever tell that to Alex.

Fate—and the New York City subway—bring Alex and Isa together. Is it enough to keep them together when they need each other most?

A Story About Afiya
by James Berry (Author) and Anna Cunha (Illustrator)
Picturebook. Lantana Publishing. Pub date: April 7, 2020. View on Amazon.

Afiya has fine black skin that shows off her white clothes, big brown eyes that laugh, and long limbs that play. This joyful book provides a celebration of Caribbean identity and a whimsical meditation on the impressionable and irrepressible nature of children, written by Coretta Scott King Book Award–winning poet James Berry.

Ghost Squad
by Claribel Ortega (Author)
Middle grade novel. Scholastic Press. Pub date: April 7, 2020. View on Amazon.

The hurricane-swept town of St. Augustine is the only home Lucely Luna has ever known. It's the same home her father grew up in, and his parents before him. In fact, all of the deceased relatives in the Luna family now live as firefly spirits in the weeping willow tree in their backyard.

Shortly before Halloween, a mysterious storm appears on the radar heading towards St. Augustine, causing Lucely's firefly spirits to lose their connection to this world. In an effort to save them, Lucely finds a spell to bring them back to life, but accidentally brings more spirits to the town than she'd planned. Ghosts start showing up all around town, some more dangerous than others, wreaking havoc.

Lucely will have to band together with her best friend and occult buff, Syd, along with Syd's witch grandmother, Babette, and her tubby tabby, Chunk, to fight the haunting head on, save the town, and save her firefly spirits all before the full moon culminates on Halloween.

What Lane?
by Torrey Maldonado (Author)
Middle grade novel. Nancy Paulsen Books. Pub date: April 14, 2020. View on Amazon.

"STAY IN YOUR LANE." Stephen doesn't want to hear that--he wants to have no lane.

Anything his friends can do, Stephen should be able to do too, right? So when they dare each other to sneak into an abandoned building, he doesn't think it's his lane, but he goes. Here's the thing, though: Can he do everything his friends can? Lately, he's not so sure. As a mixed kid, he feels like he's living in two worlds with different rules--and he's been noticing that strangers treat him differently than his white friends . . .

So what'll he do? Hold on tight as Stephen swerves in and out of lanes to find out which are his--and who should be with him.

Torrey Maldonado, author of the highly acclaimed Tight, does a masterful job showing a young boy coming of age in a racially split world, trying to blaze a way to be his best self.

Already a Butterfly: A Meditation Story
by Julia Alvarez (Author) and Raúl Colón (Illustrator)
Picturebook. Henry Holt and Co. Pub date: June 16, 2020. View on Amazon.

Already a Butterfly is a gentle picture book tale about self-soothing practices and self-confidence beliefs.

With so much to do in so little time, Mari is constantly on the move, flitting from flower to flower, practicing her camouflage poses, and planning for migration. She’s the busiest butterfly around. But does being productive mean she is happy? Mari couldn’t say. The only way she feels like a butterfly is by acting like one. Little does Mari know, the secret to feeling like herself is simply to focus her breath, find her quiet place, and follow her instincts. With the guidance of a thoughtful flower bud, Mari soon learns to meditate and appreciate that she was a butterfly all along.

Acclaimed author Julia Alvarez extolls the importance of mindfulness, reflection, and self-care for young children in this gratifying picture book, stunningly illustrated by award-winning artist Raúl Colón.

Clean Up!
by Nathan Bryon (Author) and Dapo Adeola (Illustrator)
Picturebook. PEN UK. Pub date: July 9, 2020. View on Amazon.

Join lovable, passionate Rocket as she sets off on a mission to save a Caribbean island from plastic pollution!

When Rocket goes for a holiday to visit her grandparents, she's shocked by the pollution that is spoiling their island home and putting the local sea life at risk. Can she think of a way to save the day?

This is a heartwarming, timely and empowering picture book, showing how we ALL can make a difference. It's a sequel to Nathan and Dapo's bestselling, award-winning debut Look Up!, shortlisted for the Sainsbury's Children's Book Awards 2019 and the Foyles Book of the Year 2019.

Clap When You Land
by Elizabeth Acevedo (Author)
YA novel. HarperTeen. Pub date: May 5, 2020. View on Amazon.

In a novel-in-verse that brims with grief and love, National Book Award-winning and New York Times-bestselling author Elizabeth Acevedo writes about the devastation of loss, the difficulty of forgiveness, and the bittersweet bonds that shape our lives.

Camino Rios lives for the summers when her father visits her in the Dominican Republic. But this time, on the day when his plane is supposed to land, Camino arrives at the airport to see crowds of crying people…

In New York City, Yahaira Rios is called to the principal’s office, where her mother is waiting to tell her that her father, her hero, has died in a plane crash.

Separated by distance—and Papi’s secrets—the two girls are forced to face a new reality in which their father is dead and their lives are forever altered.

And then, when it seems like they’ve lost everything of their father, they learn of each other.

Luci Soars
by Lulu Delacre (Author and Illustrator)
Picturebook. Philomel Books. Pub date: August 4, 2020. View on Amazon.

From the New York Times-bestselling illustrator of Turning Pages by Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor comes an emotionally resonant picture book about learning that what sets you apart is often what makes you great.

Luci was born without a shadow. Mama says no one notices. But Luci does. And sometimes others do too. Sometimes they stare, sometimes they tease Luci, and sometimes they make her cry. But when Luci learns to look at what makes her different as a strength, she realizes she has more power than she ever thought. And that her differences can even be a superpower.

From three-time Pura Belpré Award honoree Lulu Delacre comes a heartfelt and uplifting story with a timeless message: what sets you apart is often what makes you great.

Books Make Good Pets
by John Agard (Author) and Momoko Abe (Illustrator)
Picturebook. Orchard Books. Pub date: September 3, 2020. View on Amazon.

Books make good pets and don't need going to the vet.
You don't have to keep them on a lead or throw them a stick.
They'll wag their words whenever you flick their dog-eared pages.
Even howl an ancient tale for the inward-listening ear.

Did you know that a book can take you anywhere? You only need to turn the pages of a story, and in a moment, you and your book could be crossing the waves in a pirate ship... or diving with mermaids... or even snoozing with a dragon.

Books really DO make good pets! Why don't you peep inside this one, and take your mind on an adventure?

This delightful original picture book poem is the perfect gift for anyone who delights in the magic of a good book. Agard's evocative, lyrical style is perfectly complemented with illustrations by Momoko Abe, whose colourful visuals add character, transporting the reader into an enchanting world of imagination.

Salty, Bitter, Sweet
by Mayra Cuevas (Author)
YA novel. Blink. Pub date: March 3, 2020. View on Amazon.

A slow-burn romance in a cutthroat kitchen! There’s more to becoming a top chef for 17-year-old Isabella Fields than just not getting chopped. . .especially when the chances of things heating up with an intriguing boy and becoming a food star in the kitchen are both on the chopping block.

Aspiring chef Isa’s family life has fallen apart after the death of her Cuban abuela and the divorce of her parents. She moves in with her dad and her new stepmom, Margo, in Lyon, France, where Isa feels like an outsider in her father’s new life. Isa balances her time between avoiding the awkward, “why-did-you-cheat-on-Mom” conversation with figuring out how a perpetually single woman can at least be a perpetually single chef.

The upside of Isa’s world being turned upside-down?

Her father’s house is located only 30 minutes away from the restaurant of world-famous Chef Pascal Grattard, who runs a prestigiously competitive international kitchen apprenticeship. The prize job at Chef Grattard’s renowned restaurant also represents a transformative opportunity for Isa who is desperate to get her life back in order—and desperate to prove she has what it takes to work in an haute kitchen. But Isa’s stress and repressed grief begin to unravel when the attractive, enigmatic Diego shows up unannounced with his albino dog.

How can Isa expect to hold it together when she’s at the bottom of her class at the apprenticeship, her new stepmom is pregnant, she misses her abuela dearly, and things with the mysterious Diego reach a boiling point?

by Amparo Ortiz (Author)
YA novel. Page Street Publishing. Pub date: October 6, 2020. View on Amazon.

How to Train Your Dragon meets Quidditch through the Ages in this debut fantasy, set in an alternate contemporary world, in which people compete with dragons in an international sports tournament.

Seventeen-year-old Lana Torres has always preferred dragons to people. In one week, sixteen countries will ship out riders and their dragons to the dunes of Dubai, where the Blazewrath World Cup is being held. Lana is gunning for a spot in her native Puerto Rico’s team as their Runner—the only player without a dragon steed. While dragon riders score points in the skies, the runners must race past flames from rival dragons to be the first to get the Iron Scale to the top of the tallest dune.

After rescuing a prized dragon from an attacker, Lana finds herself with an unexpected gift from the International Federation of Blazewrath: A spot on the team. Reality sets in, however, when faced with the actual prospect of fleeing the seven-headed Hydras of Greece, dodging fireballs from the Russian Gorynych, and battling against the Chinese Shen-lung. What's worse, Lana has to deal with the return of The Sire, an ancient dragon who’s been cursed to remain in human form. He might not be able to wield magic anymore, but The Sire’s army is burning down dragon sanctuaries, freeing the captive dragons and murdering humans. And he will not stop until the Blazewrath World Cup is shut down. Permanently. All Lana ever wanted to be was a Runner, but now she must choose between playing the game she’s been chosen for, or fighting the war no one asked her to.

Coqui in the City
by Nomar Perez (Author and Illustrator)
Picturebook. Dial Books. Pub date: TBA, 2020.

In this semi-autobiographical story, a boy and his mother emigrate from Puerto Rico to the U.S. mainland, and discover the importance of welcoming new experiences, while still holding onto their memories and the culture from home.

*Full synopsis coming soon

Letters from Cuba
by Ruth Behar (Author)
Middle grade novel. Nancy Paulsen Books. Pub date: August 25, 2020. View on Amazon.

Pura Belpré Award Winner Ruth Behar's inspiring story of a young Jewish girl who flees Poland on the eve of WWII and makes a new life for herself in Cuba, while she works to rescue the rest of her family—based on Ruth's family history.

Things have gotten dire for Esther's family in Poland as discrimination against Jews has intensified. With the family store shuttered, her father has fled to Cuba to work to bring his family over, and now Esther's made sure she's the first child to join him.

Being separated from her beloved sister is heart-wrenching, but Esther promises to write everything down that happens until they're reunited. And many good things do happen. First of all, the Cuban people are welcoming and treat her with dignity. Then she chances upon a way to make more money than her peddler father could dream of when she discover her talent for making lightweight dresses. All of a sudden there is a demand for her designs, and it looks like they will soon be able to afford to bring the family over. But it turns out not everyone is pleased with her success and there are pockets of anti-Semitism in Cuba too. Now it's a race to get her family out of Poland and into Cuba before it's too late, and to see if there is a way to stop the hate from spreading through Cuba too.

We Laugh Alike/Nos Reaimos Igual
by Carmen T. Bernier-Grand (Author) and Alyssa Bermudez (Illustrator)
Picturebook. Charlesbridge Publishing. Pub date: December 1, 2020.

Six children are at the park, one group speaks only English and the other only Spanish, but soon they learn to communicate through playing, dancing, and singing.

*Full synopsis coming soon

A Cuban Girl's Guide To Sweaters and Stars
by Laura Taylor Namey (Author)
YA novel. Atheneum Books for Young Readers. Pub date: TBA, 2020.

After her post-graduation plans fall apart, Lila Flores is sent away to spend the summer with family friends in England. But what Lila expects to be a summer devoid of proper Cuban food and sun turns into one of unexpected love when she falls for teashop clerk Orion Maxwell and, most surprising, England itself.

*Full synopsis coming soon

Belly Full Stew
by Heidi Fagerberg (Author) and Ann-Cathrine Loo (Illustrator)
Picturebook. CaribbeanReads. Pub date: TBA, 2020.

*Synopsis coming soon

A Girl Named Rosita: The Story of Legendary Puerto Rican Performer Rita Moreno
by Anika Denise (Author) and Leo Espinosa (Illustrator)
Picturebook. HarperCollins. Pub date: January 1, 2020.

The life of Puerto Rican actress, dancer, and singer Rita Moreno, from her girlhood journey to the United States to her rise as a timeless superstar.

*Full synopsis coming soon

Cane Warriors
by Alex Wheatle (Author)
YA novel. Andersen Press (UK) and Akashic Books (USA). Pub date: TBA, 2020.

Irresistible, gripping and unforgettable, Cane Warriors follows the true story of Tacky’s War in Jamaica, 1760. A powerful YA tale told through the eyes of a young slave on a Jamaican plantation during the Tacky Rebellion of 1760, the most significant rebellion of the time, rarely mentioned in history books, never taught in schools.

*Full synopsis coming soon

Never Look Back
by Lilliam Rivera (Author)
YA novel. Bloomsbury Publishing. Pub date: September 1, 2020. View on Amazon.

A dazzling retelling of the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, set in the Bronx. Pheus is a bachata-singing dreamer who falls in love with Eury, a girl who lost everything in Hurricane Maria and is haunted by the trauma—and by an evil spirit.

*Full synopsis coming soon

Anita and the Dragons
by Hannah Carmona (Author) and Anna Cunha (Illustrator)
Picturebook. Lantana Publishing. Pub date: September 1, 2020. View on Amazon.

Anita watches the dragons high above her as she hops from one cement roof to another in her village in the Dominican Republic. But being the valiant princess she is, she never lets them scare her. Then one day, Anita must face her fears to begin a new life in a new country. Will she be brave enough to enter the belly of the beast and take flight to new adventures?

Occulta (A Forgery of Magic #2)
by Maya Motayne (Author)
YA novel. Balzer + Bray. Pub date: September 15, 2020. View on Amazon.

The sequel to Nocturna, book #1 in the Forgery of Magic series starring talented faceshifter, Finn Voy.

*Full synopsis coming soon

Wygenia and the Wonder of the World Leaf
by Summer Edward (Author)
Picture storybook. HarperCollins UK. Pub date: November, 2020.

The debut children's book, set in Trinidad, by our very own editor-in-chief!

*Synopsis coming soon

About the Author

Summer Edward is the Editor-in-Chief here at Anansesem. Her writing and art have been published in various literary magazines and anthologies. Her home on the web is

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