Newly Published, From Young Adult Novels to China’s Cultural Revolution

WARRIOR GIRL UNEARTHED, by Angeline Boulley. (Holt, $19.99.) Boulley’s latest Y.A. novel returns to the world of her best-selling debut, “Firekeeper’s Daughter,” this time following an Indigenous teenager who coordinates a heist to recover the stolen remains of her ancestors.

I HAVE SOMETHING TO TELL YOU — FOR YOUNG ADULTS: A Memoir, by Chasten Buttigieg. (Atheneum Books for Young Readers, $18.99.) Buttigieg adapts his 2020 memoir for teenagers, focusing on his younger years as he grappled with his sexuality and found the courage to live proudly as himself.

THE PRINCESS AND THE GRILLED CHEESE SANDWICH, by Deya Muniz. (Little, Brown Ink, cloth, $24.99; paperback, $17.99.) Muniz’s playful, cheese-themed graphic novel follows a young princess who reinvents herself as a count, only to fall in love with another princess while in disguise.

BORDERLESS, by Jennifer De Leon. (Atheneum/Caitlyn Dlouhy Books, $19.99.) This young adult novel explores issues of migration and violence by following a teenage Guatemalan fashion designer who flees her home for the United States to escape the encroaching danger of gangs.

THE GREAT AMERICAN EVERYTHING, by Scott Gloden. (Hub City, paperback, $16.95.) The 10 stories in this wry collection explore the concept of family in the modern day, from brothers discussing bomb threats at the post office where they work to a woman pulled between her elderly charge and her girlfriend.

CLASS WAR: A Literary History, by Mark Steven. (Verso, paperback, $29.95.) Literature and politics go hand in hand in this survey of revolutionary literature from the Haitian Revolution to Black Lives Matter, including the writing of Che Guevara, Frantz Fanon and Assata Shakur.

THE STRONGHOLD, by Dino Buzzati. Translated by Lawrence Venuti. (New York Review Books, paperback, $17.95.) Buzzati’s most famous novel, about a soldier’s simultaneous dread and determination while keeping vigil for an absent enemy, is here newly translated from the Italian.

RED MEMORY: The Afterlives of China’s Cultural Revolution, by Tania Branigan. (Norton, $29.95.) A former China correspondent explores the people and ideologies central to the 1966-76 Cultural Revolution, the decade that “cleaved modern China in two.”

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