Books transport us. Through the page, we can reach out and touch another’s experience, or take a hike with them through the mountains and valleys of their imagination.
Pick a book or short story to read alone, with friends or at a book club. Journey through its pages and, if you like where it takes you, pass it on or recommend to a friend. You could even write a book review.
Whatever you do, let us know what you’ve read and what you thought by sharing on social media using #ReadaBook #SimpleActs.
Here are some suggestions:
The Refugee Week 2020 Imagine anthology features Mohsin Hamid, Edmund de Waal, Dina Nayeri and more alongside new voices
Pride and Prejudice: The best books on the refugee experience – writer Dina Nayeri shares her recommendations in PopChange’s Library of New Narratives, for Refugee Week 2020
Books about exile for adults, list by Refugee Week
Books about Refugees and Asylum Seekers (Younger Children), BookTrust
Books about Refugees and Asylum Seekers (Older Children), BookTrust