Master List Of Books Read In 2022

  1. The Unexpected Inheritance Of Inspector Chopra by Vaseem Khan.
  2. Rag And Bone by Lisa Woollett.
  3. Rules For Vanishing by Kate Alice Marshall.
  4. Be An Eco Hero! At Home by Florence Urquhart and Lisa Koesterke.
  5. Saturday Night Live And Philosophy edited by Jason Southworth and Ruth Tallman.
  6. Dark And Shallow Lies by Ginny Myers Sain.
  7. Mickey7 by Edward Ashton.
  8. 25 Myths About Bullying And Cyberbullying by Elizabeth K. Englander.
  9. Tiger Warrior: Rise Of The Lion Beast by M. Chan.
  10. Queer Up: An Uplifting Guide To LGBTQ+ Love, Life And Mental Health by Alexis Caught.
  11. Urban Shaman by C. E. Murphy.
  12. If I Ran The Country by Rich Knight.
  13. The Blue Death by Joan Brady.
  14. Sex Ed: An Inclusive Teenage Guide To Sex And Relationships by The School of Sexuality Education
  15. Kissing Emma by Shappi Khorsandi.
  16. Stand Out: 5 Key Skills to Advance Your Career by Debra Stevens.
  17. Roxy by Neal Shusterman and Jarrod Shusterman.
  18. Hello Dubai by Joe Bennett.
  19. Anansi And The Golden Pot by Taiye Selasi.
  20. Good Girl, Bad Blood by Holly Jackson.
  21. The Return Of The Russian Leviathan by Sergei Medvedev.
  22. That Time Of The Month: A Girl’s Guide To Starting Your Period by Rosie Kessous and Arianna Vettraino.
  23. The Outfit: The Absolutely True Story Of The Time Joseph Stalin Robbed A Bank by David Tallerman.
  24. Gretel The Wonder Mammoth by Kim Hillyard.
  25. Isadora Moon Gets The Magic Pox by Harriet Muncaster.
  26. Kitty And The Woodland Wildcat by Paula Harrison and Jenny Løvlie.
  27. As Good As Dead by Holly Jackson.
  28. Big Words For Little People: Our World by Helen Mortimer and Cristina Trapanese.
  29. Marv And The Mega Robot by Alex Falase-Koya and Paula Bowles.
  30. Freakonomics by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner.
  31. Marv And The Dino Attack by Alex Falase-Koya and Paula Bowles.
  32. Ballet Bunnies – Trixie Is Missing by Swapna Reddy and Bimmy Talib.
  33. Possessed: Why We Want More Than We Need by Bruce Hood.
  34. Do One Thing: The Breakthrough You Need For The Progress You Want by Dr Geraint Evans.
  35. Ambrose Follows His Nose by Dick King-Smith and Josie Rogers.
  36. Rainbow Magic: Frenchie The Bulldog Fairy by Daisy Meadows.
  37. Mirabelle In Double Trouble by Harriet Muncaster.
  38. Mr Men and Little Miss Happy Eid by Roger Hargreaves and Adam Hargreaves.
  39. The Bone People by Keri Hulme.
  40. The Worst Day Ever! by James Bishop.
  41. Bad Actors by Mick Herron.
  42. Big Sister: Ruby And The New Baby by Fiona Munro.
  43. Doing Philosophy: From Common Curiosity To Logical Reasoning by Timothy Williamson.
  44. Rebel Skies by Ann Sei Lin.
  45. Mr Men And Little Miss: The Royal Party by Roger Hargreaves and Adam Hargreaves.
  46. Ten Minutes To Bed Little Fairy by Rhiannon Fielding and Chris Chatterton.
  47. Buzz! Inside The Minds Of Thrill-Seekers, Daredevils, And Adrenaline Junkies by Kenneth Carter.
  48. Sustainable Planet: How Respecting The Earth Is Protecting Our Future by Anna Claybourne.
  49. Forgotten Bastards Of The Eastern Front by Serhii Plokhy.
  50. I Don’t Have Enough by Pat Thomas and Claire Keay.
  51. Listen, Layla by Yassmin Abdel-Magied.

If you fancy buying any of these books based on my reviews, then you can do so through Amazon UKAmazon USABookshop.org UK or Waterstone’s.  Please note that I earn commission on any purchases made via these links.

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