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Readers Recommend: A Book About Refugees or Immigrants

Books About Refugees or Immigrants from

I thought it would be fun to work through our 2018 Reading Challenge worksheet together! I asked our amazing book club members to share their favorite reads about refugees or immigrants and wanted to share their favorites with you today. This list is such a great place to start when thinking about tackling the first category together.

Looking for more reading challenges to join? Here are a few that look like winners to me!

Modern Mrs. Darcy’s 2018 Reading Challenge

2018 PopSugar Reading Challenge

Tale_Away 2018 World Reading Challenge

Book Riot’s 2018 Read Harder Challenge

GoodReads Around the Year in 52 Books (don’t forget to friend me!)

Last year’s MomAdvice Reading Challenge Worksheet

Books About Refugees or Immigrants To Check Out

Americanah Americanah

The Book of Unknown Americans The Book of Unknown Americans (read our author interview)

Saints for All Occasions Saints for All Occasions (featured in our Best Books of 2017)

Brooklyn Brooklyn

Refugee Refugee (this was the MOST recommended book!)

Behold the Dreamers Behold the Dreamers

Pachinko Pachinko

Behind the Beautiful Forevers Behind the Beautiful Forevers

We Were the Lucky ONes We Were the Lucky Ones

A Good American A Good American

The Sun is Also a Star The Sun is Also a Star

The Leavers The Leavers

American War American War

Stealing Buddha's Dinner Stealing Buddha’s Dinner

The Illegal The Illegal

Exit West Exit West

Little Bee Little Bee

Breath Eyes Memory Breath, Eyes, Memory

The Sleepwalker's Guide to Dancing The Sleepwalker’s Guide to Dancing

We Never Asked for Wings We Never Asked for Wings

Shanghai Girls Shanghai Girls

Weeping Under the Same Moon Weeping Under the Same Moon

Books About Refugees or Immigrants

What books would you add to this list today? Don’t forget to print out your free Reading Challenge Worksheet and join our FREE book club!

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Published January 08, 2018 by:

Amy Clark

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