Ready to read more? Here's a list with some more interesting and helpful ressources on migration suitable for children:
Forced to Flee: Refugee children drawing on their experiences
This book prioritizes self-representation through drawings made by children from various communities of their experiences with forced migration
Bestimmt wird alles gut by Kirsten Boie | Mahmoud Hassanein | Jan Birck
To complement less context-specific narratives like The Suitcase, we have included this bilingual (German-Arabic) title to offer an insight on the contemporary experiences of forced migration from Syria to Germany.
Coloring without Borders
This bilingual (Spanish-English) interactive resource can be used to engage children on the themes of migration from a young age and prioritizes the experiences of children separated their families at the border between Mexico and the U.S.
I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter by Erika L. Sánchez
The Book of Unknown Americans by Cristina Henríquez
Directed towards a young adult audience, both of these titles deal with the topic of identity and multiple belongings in the geographic context of the U.S. and Mexico.
In the course of the "Hostile Terrains" seminar at University Münster, the project group #Children'sPerspective addresses migration from a focus centered on kids.