The other novels in Guy's trilogy, Ruby (1976) and Edith Jackson (1978), continue the story of the three main characters, focusing on Ruby's relationship with another girl and Edith's struggles to regain her family.
Journey of the Sparrows, a 1991 novel, describes the journey of a fifteen-year-old girl and her family from El Salvador to Chicago.
Gripping first-person narratives recount the realities of immigrant life in Teenage Refugees from Cambodia Speak Out, a 1995 book from Rosen Press. Other works in this series include Teenage Refugees from Iran Speak Out and Teenage Refugees from Bosnia-Herzogovina Speak Out.
The African American Experience (1997) provides an informative, easily readable overview of African-American history for young adults.
The Graywolf Annual Seven: Stories from the American Mosaic (1990) is a collection of tales featuring immigrants from many countries as they deal with a frequently prejudiced mainstream America.
The immigrant experiences of an Indian teenager in England receive a rich portrayal in 1993's The Roller Birds of Rampur.