This is the problem of the day: I control the Spanish-language display at my library. I put up items with a new theme every month. The problem is that the Spanish-language collection is quite small--a little over 4,000 items. That sounds like a lot, but when you realize that that number includes feature films, books on CD, fiction, and nonfiction, there aren't very many things on any one individual subject. The English-language displays in the library tend to be pretty specific, for example "Award-Winning Mysteries," historical fiction about real people, and "Road Trip" (travel books for places within driving distance of My Town, TX). It's hard to make Spanish displays like this, because we probably have only a handful of titles on themes that are that specific, and you really need about 15 titles for a display.
I've been doing the display for about 9 months and these are the themes I've used or planned out so far:
Set in Mexico
Read it watch it listen to it (pairs of stories that have at least two of: print version, audio version, movie version)
How to do everything
Diet and exercise
Help your child succeed in school (educational activities you can do with your kids, study strategies, etc.)
Great reads 200 pages or less
Does anyone have suggestions? All the suggestions lists I can find assume you have a much larger collection to work with, and I am running out of ideas!