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by S. K. Ali
Janna Yusuf, the daughter of the only divorced mother at their mosque, tries to make sense of the events that follow when her best friend's cousin attempts to assault her at the end of sophomore year. Ages 15+
by Jasmine Warga
Traveling to Indiana with her estranged rock star father to meet his family, Taliah learns about how her parents met and separated, her mother's experience as a Jordanian immigrant, and her own ability to accept change. Ages 13-18View on CountyCat
by Zaynab Abdi
The first national graphic anthology of 10 U.S. immigrants and refugees illustrated by 10 immigrants and refugees from all over the world. Ages 12-18.
by Malaka Gharib
A coming-of-age story and a reminder of the thousands of immigrants who come to America in search for a better life for themselves and their children. Ages 13+View on CountyCat
by Abdi Nor Iftin with Max Alexander
Adapted from the adult memoir, this gripping story follows one boy's journey into young adulthood and offers an intimate account of modern immigration. Ages 13-18
by Bassem Youssef & Catherine R. Daly; illustrated by Douglas Holgate
Competing to design a new exhibit for the local museum, a sixth grade Egyptian immigrant is teased about her heritage by a newcomer, before an ancient amulet she wears imparts a hilarious and helpful secret. Ages 10-12.
by Shannon Hitchcock & N.H. Senzai
Told from two differing perspectives, this touching middle grade novel explores the life of Noura, a Syrian refugee and Jordyn, a 12-year-old Christian whose family is sponsoring Noura and her family in the United States. Ages 10-12.View on CountyCat
by Naomi Shihab Nye
In this highly anticipated stand-alone companion to The Turtle of Oman, Aref travels from Muscat, Oman, to Ann Arbor, Michigan, where he is reunited with his father and tries to adjust to his new life. Ages 9-12.View on CountyCat
by Jasmine Warga
Sent with her mother to the safety of a relatives home in Cincinnati when her Syrian hometown is overshadowed by violence, Jude worries for the family members who were left behind as she adjusts to a new life with unexpected surprises. Ages 9-12.
by Victoria Jamieson
In this compelling graphic novel set in a refugee camp, Omar is forced to choose between getting an education or staying behind to care for his brother. Ages 9-12.