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Fiction readers will be drawn to the story of Geeta — a woman who didn’t kill her husband, but everyone thinks she did, so other women in troubled marriages start turning to her for help in "The Bandit Queens" by Parini Shroff. An all-Black town in Alabama is divided over calls for integration in 1957 in Jamila Minnicks’ award-winning debut, "Moonrise Over New Jessup."
Nonfiction readers will be captivated by the story of Ana Montes, one of the most dangerous American spies, who recently finished her prison sentence. Jim Popkin details her story in "Code Name Blue Wren." Explore the Chinese diaspora and the role of food by following Cheuk Kwan’s journey to interview workers at Chinese restaurants from Canada to Kenya in "Have You Eaten Yet?"
Younger readers will be excited to learn about animation pioneer Lottie Reiniger in the picture book biography, "Cut!" by C.E. Winters and illustrated by Matt Schu.
For teen readers, Crystal Simone Smith’s "Dark Testament" uses visually arresting blackout poetry to explore resistance against erasure in her poems about Black lives lost to violence.
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