The Hispanic Databook Review

“Useful with complete archival and online access… Recommended. Lower-division undergraduates and above; general readers.”
- CHOICE

“If you can only purchase one resource on population statistics this year, this is a sound choice.”
-Library Journal

“This work updates the 2004 edition and provides detailed statistical information derived from the general 2010 U.S. Census and the 2006-2010 American Community Survey Census… Larger collections might find this volume a useful resource for statistical information on America’s fastest-growing minority group.”
-Booklist

“In recent years, Hispanic Americans have become the nation’s largest minority, making up over 12 percent of the population. For a directory originally published nearly a decade ago, an update was long overdue. With its comprehensive coverage of demographics and statistics for all 23 Hispanic national origins, this new edition is impressive. The real bonus is the free companion CD-ROM, which provides significantly more information than the book itself.”
–Library Journal

“The Hispanic Databook is recommended for reference collections, government documents reference collections, and other users of demographic information on the growing Hispanic origin population. Not a mere reprint of census data, this book provides useful value added information.”
-Journal of Government Information