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Summer Reading 2019

Resources for Summer Reading books for the Summer of 2019

Why Choose This Book?

Voces Sin Fronteras / Our Stories Our Truth,

by Latin American Youth Center Writers

16 young people from Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean share their personal stories of hope, fear, sadness, and persistence as immigrants to the United States, providing a window to empathy in the current debate over immigration.

Shared as graphic memoirs, illustrated by other teen illustrators, each story is also presented in both English and Spanish side-by-side, and each memoir also has accompanying text.

Read this book if...

You want true stories from teen immigrants, as a mirror or window.

You want to read in Spanish over the summer.

You like comics as a medium.

 

More About the Book

Teen Latinx Panel - Small Press Expo 2018

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More Books about Immigrants and Refugees

American Street

Internment

The Boy at the Back of the Class

Escape from Syria

We Are Displaced

Picture Us in the Light

The Orange Houses

The Book of Unknown Americans

How Dare the Sun Rise

Sea Prayer

More books about the Latinx experience

Marcelo in the Real World

The Poet X

The Book of Unknown Americans

I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter

An African American and Latinx History of the United States

Gabi, a Girl in Pieces

Latino U. S. A.

The Revolution of Evelyn Serrano

Bless Me, Ultima

Yaqui Delgado Wants to Kick Your Ass

Cuba 15

Under the Mesquite