Refugee Week Book Blog 2019

Links to my book recommendations will be added here throughout the week.

Picture books

Tomorrow by Nadine Kaadan (Lanata Publishing)

The Journey by Francesca Sanna (Flying Eye Books)

Flucht by Niki Glattauer and Verena Hochleitner (Tyrolia Verlag)

Lost and Found Cat by Doug Kuntz and Amy Shrodes. Illustrated by Sue Cornelison

Mama’s Nightingale, A Story of Immigration and Separation by Edwidge Danticat, illustrated by Leslie Staub (Dial Books)

Let’s go see Papá by Lawrence Schimel, illustrated by Alba Marina Rivera, translated from Spanish by Elisa Amado

Chapter Books

When Hitler stole Pink Rabbit by Judith Kerr

Apfelblüten und Jasmin by Carolin Philipps

The boy at the back of the class by Onjali Raúf

Dazwischen: ich by Julya Rabinowich

Do you speak chocolate? by Cas Lester

For more World Kid Lit titles, you can also visit the World Kid Lit blog.

Adult books

Dear World. A Syrian Girl’s Story of War and Plea for Peace by Bana Alabed

The Gurugu Pledge by Juan Tomás Ávila Lauren, trans. Jethro Soutar (And Other Stories)

Crossing the sea with Syrians on the exodus to Europe by Wolfgang Bauer (And Other Stories)

Refugee Tales. A collection of short stories (Comma Press)

Butterfly. From Refugee to Olympian, My Story of Rescue, Hope and Triumph by Yusra Mardini

The girl with seven names by Hyeonseo Lee

Refugee Week

From 17-23 June, people around the world will be celebrating Refugee Week, raising awareness of the plight of millions of people around the globe and celebrating the contribution refugees bring to our society. As a regular volunteer for Derbyshire Refugee Solidarity, this is a topic that is close to my heart. With a passion for books, translation and an interest in the subject of refugees and migration, I will be blogging book recommendations on the topic of refugees and migration throughout Refugee Week.