An LA Times Best Book of the Year • A New York Times Editors' Pick • A Newsweek 25 Best Fall Books • A The Millions Most Anticipated Book of the Year
What would actually make America great: more people.
From bestselling author David Nasaw, a sweeping new history of the one million refugees left behind in Germany after WWII
“Anyone striving to understand and improve this country should read her story.” —Gloria Steinem, author of My Life on the Road
The Emmy Award–winning journalist and anchor of NPR’s Latino USA tells the story of immigration in America through her family’s experiences and decades of reporting, painting an unflin
A Finalist for the 2019 Kirkus Prize in Nonfiction
Now in a full-length book, the New York Times Pulitzer Prize–winning graphic story of a refugee family who fled the civil war in Syria to make a new life in America
An intimate look inside Plymouth Plantation that goes beyond familiar founding myths to portray real life in the settlement--the hard work, small joys, and deep connections to others beyond the shores of Cape Cod Bay.
THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
"The seminal book on the child-separation policy." —Rachel Maddow
The award-winning NBC News correspondent lays bare the full truth behind the Trump administration’s systematic separation of families at the US-Mexico border.
One of TIME's 100 Must Read Books of 2020 and one of Good Housekeeping's Best Books of the Year
Crossing years and continents, the harrowing story of the road to reunion for two Syrian brothers who—despite a homeland at war and an ocean between them—hold fast to the bonds of family.
“Riveting . . . a resplendent love letter to an obliterated city.”—The New York Times
"Simply brilliant, both in its granular storytelling and its enormous compassion" --The New York Times Book Review
The story of two refugee families and their hope and resilience as they fight to survive and belong in America
A dramatic, multi-vocal account of the personal agonies and ecstasies that played out within the walls of Ellis Island, as told by Poland's greatest living journalist
This is the people's history of Ellis Island--the people who passed through it, and the people who were turned away from it.