2022 Booklists and Resources Master List

Booklists and resources on holidays, special events, seasons, social justice...and axolotls? We've covered a wide range of topics for all age levels in 2022, so we've compiled them together for readers to find some great new books to enjoy and share. Don't miss out — subscribe to The Horn Book today!


2022 Booklists and Resources:


Notes from the Horn Book newsletter booklists:

January 2022

  • Nonfiction for Black History Month 2022
  • Stepping up
  • Black family love

February 2022

  • Picture-book biographies for Women's History Month 2022
  • Grrl power graphic novels and memoirs
  • Historical fiction adventures

March 2022

  • Picture books for National Poetry Month 2022
  • Say it in verse
  • Diverse fantastical worlds

April 2022: Summer Reading Edition

  • Picture Books
  • Beginning Readers and Primary Grades
  • Intermediate
  • Middle School
  • High School

May 2022

  • The costs of conflicts
  • Jewish experiences
  • Asian/Pacific American contemporary realism
  • Under the sea

June 2022

  • In the good old summertime
  • Picture books for National Caribbean American Heritage Month 2022

July 2022: Back-to-School Edition

  • Living through history
  • School-set comics
  • Not too cool
  • School 101
  • Concept books including and beyond ABCs

August 2022

  • Where history and biography meet
  • YA retold
  • Picture book houses

September 2022

  • Folklore magic
  • Early reader comics
  • Learning from Mother Nature

October 2022

  • Pulse-pounding reads
  • Something spooky this way comes
  • Music appreciation

November 2022

  • Stories about storytelling
  • Quirky sci-fi
  • Fascinating figures

December 2022: Fanfare Edition

  • Picture Books
  • Fiction
  • Folklore
  • Poetry
  • Nonfiction


Booklists from the Guide/Reviews Database:


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