Children's fiction: Stories written for children.
These stories can be interesting and easier to read.
Fiction: Stories about people and events that are not real; books that tell stories which are imagined by the writer.
Some fiction for adults is difficult to read, but you will learn a lot of new words.
Graphic novel: Books that use drawings and words to tell a story; they can be fiction or true stories.
The pictures can help you to understand the stories.
Memoirs: Books where writers describe their true past experiences.
Memoirs are written for children, young adults and adults.
Young adult fiction: Stories written for teenagers between the ages of 13 and 18.
These stories can be interesting, and a little easier to read than fiction written for an adult audience.
Many people have written great books about coming to the U.S. Use this guide to find a book to read about the experiences of people who have immigrated from one country to another. Here is some advice:
Find a book you like!
Find a book that isn't too easy or too difficult!
Visit from ITESM Campus students to a foster home for girls by Talento Tec, 2012 (CC BY-SA 3.0)