In honor of the UN's International Day of Migrants, here are a few books for young readers about the experiences of immigrants and refugees.
Three stories of refugees from different times and places that intertwine in present-day New York City. (Young Teen Fiction Grades 5-7)
The Newbery Honor-winning comic artist Victoria Jamieson illustrates the moving story of two brothers in an African refugee camp. (Children's Graphic Novels Grades 3-5)
An award-winning novel in verse about a tween girl who immigrates to Ohio after war breaks out in her native Syria. (Young Teen Fiction Grades 5-7)
A colorful, straightforward guide to explaining this difficult topic to young children. (Children's Nonfiction Age 4-8)
A picture book that explores the questions refugee children may have, using photos of actual refugee children around the world. (Children's Nonfiction Age 4-8)
A narrative story that recounts an all-too-common refugee experience, illustrated with stone collages. (Children's Nonfiction Age 4-8)
Three unaccompanied child refugees arrive in Canada in this illustrated novel for older readers. Great for kids who prefer graphic novel hybrid-style storytelling. (Children's Nonfiction Age 10-14)