2021 Teen Reading Challenge: Immigration in the U.S.

Posted about 4 years ago by Jennifer Deuell

Hello readers! Have you decided to partake in our first ever Teen Reading Challenge? If so, have you gotten started yet? Maybe you’re looking for a little inspiration. Well, I’ve got you covered. Every month I’ll be posting a list of books, articles, and more than you can read to satisfy each of the prompts. First up — something pertaining to the current state of immigration in the United States.














If you’re looking for something a little shorter to read, check out these articles:

I hope you are all able to find something of interest to you on this list and join in RPL’s 2021 Teen Reading Challenge.  If you are a teen, you can join the conversation taking place on our Discord server.  We have a designated channel for readers to chat all month.  Not a member of the server yet?  Fill out this form and we’ll send you an invite.  Also, we’ll be hosting live discussions on the 4th Thursday of each month.  Read more about that here.  Finally, feel free to tag us on social media and share what you’re reading #2021rplteenreadingchallenge

Happy reading!


Jennifer Deuell

Jenn Deuell is a Librarian with Richmond Public Library. She is a native of Fredericksburg, VA but has lived in Richmond for long enough that she now considers it home. She loves all things YA and can usually be found curled up at home with a good book (rainy day or not). Her other hobbies include traveling and spending time with family, including her husband, daughter Hannah, and two rescued pit bulls. For YA reading recommendations from Jenn, visit Bookologist.

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