SPANISH is the second most-spoken language in the world, just barely above English. See: http://www.davidpbrown.co.uk/help/top-100-languages-by-population.html It has a growing importance in the U.S. and is a Romance language from Latin with some Arabic influence.
Although SLCC’s databases offer few articles geared toward students of Spanish, they do provide information about a many topics relating to the life and culture of Spanish-speaking countries, which are an important part of learning the language.
Spanish grammar starts at call number 460 Spanish literature starts at 860
In the Library Catalog to find books about Spanish, type in the words "Spanish language."
To narrow your results, replace "language" with another term. For example, "Spanish grammar," "Spanish readers," "Spanish dictionaries," and so on.
To find books and media in Spanish, type the words "Spanish language materials" in the search box.
To find only books or only media, go the the Advanced Search. Enter your search, then, in the Material Type drop down menu, select "Book" or "AV-DVD."