Further Reading: History and Culture

If you liked Into the Beautiful North and its themes and topics, here are other books that you may want to delve into next.

Randy Lopez Goes Home: a novel by Rudolfo AnayaLike Water for Chocolate: A novel in monthly installments, with recipes, romances, and home remedies by Laura EsquivelIrma Voth: a novel by Miriam ToewsMañana forever? : Mexico and the Mexicans by Jorge CastañedaDown and delirious in Mexico City : the Aztec metropolis in the twenty-first century by Daniel HernándezThe Mexicans : a personal portrait of a people  by Patrick Oster
Illegal : life and death in Arizona's immigration war zone by Terry SterlingMidnight on the line : the secret life of the U.S.-Mexico border by Tim GaynorDying to live : a story of U.S. immigration in an age of global apartheid by Joseph NevinsThe immigration solution : a better plan than today's by Heather Mac DonaldAntonio's gun and Delfino's dream : true tales of Mexican migration by Sam QuinonesMongrels, bastards, orphans, and vagabonds : Mexican immigration and the future of race in America by Gregory Rodriguez
Dancing home by Alma AdaBecoming Naomi León  by Pam RyanBorder Crossing : a novel  by Maria CruzFrom North to South  by René LaínezArmando and the Blue Tarp School  by Edith FineDear Primo : a letter to my cousin  by Duncan Tonatiuh
Which Way HomeSin NombreEl InmigranteMojados: through the night: a journey into the dangerous world of illegal border crossing