By Samira Ahme | This chilling novel is set in the very near future: two-and-a-half years after an election that brought about a Muslim ban, Exclusion laws, and the internment of Muslims in a disturbing echo of the Japanese internments of the 1940s. While her parents shrink into compliance, Layla Amin, the rebellious 17-year-old Muslim narrator, quickly makes friends and allies who band together to bring public attention to internees' treatment, close down the camps, and put an end to the country's fascism and Islamophobia. (book)
By Nadine Jolie Courtney | Allie Abraham is dating Wells Henderson-- whose father is Jack Henderson, America's most famous conservative shock jock. Allie hasn't told Wells that her family is Muslim. It's not a secret, it's just that her parents don't practice and raised her to keep her Islamic heritage to herself. As Allie witnesses ever-growing Islamophobia, she begins to study her faith, practicing it, and facing hatred and misunderstanding for it. Can a Muslim girl in America ever truly fit in? (book, Overdrive eBook, Overdrive audiobook, Hoopla audiobook)
By Arvin Ahmadi | Eighteen-year-old Amir Azadi always knew coming out to his Muslim family would be messy--he just didn't think it would end in an airport interrogation room. But when faced with a failed relationship, bullies, and blackmail, running away to Rome is his only option. Right? Soon, late nights with new friends and dates start to feel like second nature... until his old life comes knocking on his door. Now, Amir has to tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth to a US Customs officer, or risk losing his hard-won freedom. (book, Overdrive eBook, Overdrive audiobook)
By Sabina Khan | Seventeen-year-old Rukhsana Ali, unable to come out to her conservative Muslim parents, keeps that part of her identity hidden. But when Rukhsana's mom catches her and Ariana together, her future begins to collapse around her. Rukhsana's parents whisk her off to stay with their extended family in Bangladesh where she is met with a world of arranged marriages, religious tradition, and intolerance. (book, Overdrive eBook, Overdrive audiobook, Hoopla audiobook)
By Syed M. Masood | Danyal Jilani may not be the smartest guy in the room, but he's funny, gorgeous, and going to make a great chef one day. Selected for a school-wide academic championship, Danyal knows it's the perfect opportunity to show everyone he's smarter than they think. He recruits brilliant, totally-uninterested-in-him Bisma to help with the competition. (book, Overdrive eBook, Overdrive audiobook)
By Aminah Mae Safi | Lulu Saad doesn't need your advice, thank you very much, and nothing can stop her from conquering the known world. Sure, for half a minute she thought she'd nearly drowned a cute guy at a party, but he was totally faking it. And fine, yes, she caused a scene during Ramadan. It's all under control. Ish. Except maybe this time she's done a little more damage than she realizes. (book, Overdrive eBook, Overdrive audiobook, Hoopla audiobook)
By Marjane Satarapi | This graphic memoir chronicles Marjane’s childhood in Iran during the Islamic Revolution, which led to strict laws and violent warfare. Find it in the catalog.
By Sara Farizan | Sahar and Nasrin, two seventeen-year-old girls growing up in Iran, have been in love since they were children. But when Nasrin’s parents arrange for her to be married, their lives threaten to unravel. Find it in the catalog.
By Sophia Al-Maria | Sophia grew up with her mother in Washington, but now she is going to stay with her father’s nomadic family in Qatar. She must deal with being a part of two very different cultures. Find it in the catalog.
By G. Willow Wilson | In the first-ever comic book series about a Muslim hero, Kamala Khan must balance being a teenager with harnessing her newfound superpowers. Find it in the catalog.