Managing Editor of PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL, Armando Correa, will speak about the homage to the 100 Hispanics who made a difference in the 20th Century

By People Staff
October 08, 2008 04:05 PM

Legends, the book released by PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL in conjunction with Celebra, a division of Penguin Books, features an homage to 100 influential Hispanics who have topped our list in the 20th century. The book will be presented tonight on Don Francisco presenta (Univisión) by managing editor, Armando Correa.

“It’s a book of memories. Every photograph reflects a memorable era for each legend. It’s an homage, a tribute and a celebration of what the past has offered us,” says Correa of the book, which will be on sale this upcoming Monday for $29.95.

The collection is an homage to those who’ve passed away and a tribute to those who still tantalize us with their talent and beauty in film, theater, music, and dance. Artist such as Jennifer López, Vicente Fernández, Celia Cruz, Shakira, Selena and Rita Moreno, are among some of the stars in the bilingual book.

And beginning this Thursday, don’t miss out on our online coverage of LEYENDAS on