Coming to America: The History of Immigration to the United States

What do curry, Cinco de Mayo, and Chinese acupuncture have in common? They’re each just one of countless contributions that immigrants have made to American culture. Immigrant communities form an integral part of the fabric of American society. This series explores the history of several of the United States’ largest communities of immigrants, narrating the history of their migration, the difficulties they faced on arrival, and how they assimilated into society at large. These tales are triumphant and sure to inspire readers to understand the value of human migration and cultural exchange.
• Connects key social studies concepts such as human migration with the real, diverse communities in which readers live
• Includes Fact Sheets that highlight key demographics and cultural details about each book's immigrant community
• Correlates to the C3 Framework for Social Studies State Standards’ curricular mandate for students to understand factors that affect human populations’ spatial patterns and movement

Product type: Single Copy Set
ISBN: 978-1-4994-4004-1
Copyright: 2019
Reading Level: Grade 6
Interest Level: Grades 5-8
Dimensions: 6 1/2" x 9 1/8"