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Creep: Accusations and Confessions by Myriam Gurba (Simon & Schuster)
Described by Simon & Schuster as the “fiercest, foremost explorers of intersectional Latinx identity,” Gurba returns with a collection of essays about the harm caused by creepiness.
Nineteen Steps by Millie Bobby Brown (HarperCollins)
Brown trades Stranger Things for the book shelves with this London-set, World War II period drama inspired by her own family history.
One Hundred Saturdays: Stella Levi and the Search for a Lost World by Michael Frank (Simon & Schuster)
Frank captures the experiences of a real-life 99-year-old Holocaust survivor, who, over the course of six years, gives insight to a once-thriving Jewish community in Greece.
The Fraud by Zadie Smith (Penguin Random House)
A celebrated author transports readers to 19th-century England for the story of two people — a Scottish maid and a formerly enslaved Jamaican — connected by a sensational trial.
Until Our Lungs Give Out: Conversations on Race, Justice, and the Future by George Yancy (Rowman & Littlefield)
Interviews with Noam Chomsky, Judith Butler, Cornel West, and other leading intellectuals provide a guide to confronting modern racism, as well as misogyny and anti-LGBTQ rhetoric.
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