A Long Walk to Water
Told as duel narrative experiences, this book is based on true experiences of two young survivors in the Sudan, 2008, and 1985.
Home of the Brave
A free verse novel about a young refugee boy named Kek, who has fled from the violence and upheaval in his native Sudan.
Inside Out and Back Again
In this free verse novel, Kim Ha and her family are forced to move to the United States when their home was endangered by the Vietnam War.
Young Mustafa and his family have travelled a long way to reach their new home, where he doesn’t speak the language and feels invisible.
My Beautiful Birds
A moving story of refugees of the Syrian civil war. Sami worries about the birds he has left behind when his family is forced to flee.
Fourteen-year-old Ahmed is stranded in Brussels, a city that wants nothing to do with him.
A little girl and her mother flee their homeland, even though their father stays behind.
Manami and her family are forced by the government to leave their home by the sea and join other Japanese Americans at a prison camp.
Three intertwining refugee journeys: a Jewish boy (1930’s), a Cuban girl (1994), and a Syrian boy (2015), each who leave a homeland torn apart by violence and destruction
After leaving Kabul, Fadi and his family adjust to life in the U.S. as the events of September 11 unfold.
Spectacularly Beautiful: A refugee’s story
Shahad’s teacher asks the class to draw pictures of a memory, and the young girls drawing reveals the scars she was stricken with in her home country.
Stepping Stones: A Refugee Family’s Journey
Rama and her family are forced to flee their once peaceful village to escape the ravages of civil war. Intriguing illustrations of figures created with different stones.
A boy must leave his home and find another. He travels the sea, bringing with him a teacup full of earth from the place where he grew up.
A story of the harsh migrant trail from Central America across the US border.
We Are Displaced: My Journey and Stories from Refugee Girls Around the World
Malala Yousafzai explores her own story of adjusting to a new life, and also shares personal stories of nine other remarkable girls who have lost their communities.