If you enjoy reading children's books here are two Spanish female authors and illustrators I think you'd like. I would like to invite you to share any Spanish authors you have read.
Lulu Delacre, a native of Puerto Rico, has written and illustrated many books for children including Arroz con Leche: Popular Songs and Rhymes from Latin America and Salsa Stories, an IRA Outstanding International Book. Her books The Bossy Gallito, Arrorro Mi Nino: Latino Lullabies and Gentle Games and The Storytellers Candle won the Pura Belpre Honor Medal for Illustration. Rafi and Rosi, and Rafi and Rosi: Carnival! are selections of the Junior Library Guild. Alicia Afterimage is her first book for young adults and Jay and Ben is an interactive board book used as a tool to teach students with disabilities. She says she delights in creating books that portray her own culture with authenticity in both words and pictures. ( From Shenandoh University Children's Literature Conference Booklet)
Pam Munoz Ryan is my favorite of these two authors. She wrote Mice and Beans (A Spanish bilingual birthday), The Flag We Love, Mud Is Cake, When Marian Sang (About singer Marian Anderson), Esperanza Rising, and Becoming Naomi Leon. The book Esperanza Rising is read in grades 4 - 7. I read it and found it good for family history lessons. It tells us Pam 's grandmother, Esperanza Ortega's life story - at first one of privilege in Mexico, then her father is murdered and she and her mother go to California to pick produce to survive). There's a good lesson on this book on the EDSITEment website.
Thank you for sharing the information (videos,websites, and audio). I have the Esperanza Rising: Learning Not to Be Afraid to Start Over Website Lesson plan on EDSITEment. I enjoyed listening to the song Las Mananitas.