In The Country We Love: The Immigrant Experience

There exists no universal story of immigration, no book that encapsulates every aspect of crossing over. However, these authors have drawn on their experiences, or those of their family, to create thoughtful portraits of moving to America. The titles below, some fiction and some non-fiction, explore the joys and struggles of immigration through a first-hand lens. Check one out today.

American street by Ibi Aanu Zoboi
Americanah by 1977- Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Bless me, Ultima by Rudolfo A Anaya
The book of unknown Americans by 1977- Cristina Henríquez
Call me American : a memoir by Abdi Nor Iftin
Immigrant, Montana by 1963- Amitava Kumar
Lost children archive by 1983- Valeria Luiselli
Patsy : a novel by Nicole Dennis-Benn
The refugees by 1971- Viet Thanh Nguyen