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Green Card Youth Voices: Immigration Stories from a Minneapolis High School

List Price: $20.00

A GREAT RESOURCE FOR ENGLISH AND SOCIAL STUDIES CLASSES, ADULT LEARNERS, ‘ENGLISH LEARNER’ CLASSROOMS, AND BOOK CLUBS!

 

The moonbeam children’s book awards awarded “Green Card Youth Voices: Immigration Stories from a Minneapolis High School” with the Gold Medal Award for Best Multicultural Non Fiction Chapter Book in 2016!

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Book Includes

  • 30 PERSONAL ESSAYS OF IMMIGRANT YOUTH FROM 12 COUNTRIES
  • FULL-COLOR PORTRAITS
  • LINKS TO DIGITAL STORIES ON THE GREEN CARD VOICES WEBSITE
  • EXCERPT FROM ACT4CHANGE: GREEN CARD VOICES STUDY GUIDE
  • GLOSSARY

We’ve published two books featuring high schools from Minnesota: Immigration Stories from St. Paul and Minneapolis High Schools. Although the cities are geographically close, they’re demographically very different, and we knew it was important to create a book for each city’s unique population. Minneapolis’ immigrant population is predominantly Oromo, Somali and Ethiopian as opposed to the predominantly Asian population of St. Paul (especially Hmong and Karen).

The forward is written by renowned author, Kao Kalia Yang, of The Latehomecomer: A Hmong Family Memoir. 

 

 

Gratitude to Twin Cities Pioneer Press Josh Verges for writing “Book Project Tells Immigration Journeys of St. Paul Students” (Feb. 3, 2017), Doualy Xaykaothao of Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) for the audio story and article: “Book Project Gathers Stories from Young Immigrants” (Feb. 9, 2017), and Madison Bloomquist of Minneapolis St. Paul Magazine for “Stories of St. Paul’s Immigrant Teens” (July 12,2017) article!