Children and Young Adult Books for 2022 Summer Reading Lists (2023)

Have kids dive into reading this summer with these favorite books, recommended by American Federation of Teachers staff.

I was the kid growing up who, when I had a choice, wouldn’t put a book down until I finished it. The times my parents would find me still up reading in the middle of the night and had to tell me, “Put the book down, turn the light off, and go to sleep,” are too numerous to count. When that last school bell rang, indicating the end of the school year and the beginning of summer break, I would be thrilled knowing that I could spend whole days tucked away on the loveseat sofa in the front room embarking on whatever adventure I would go on with the book I was reading.

While I may have lost some sleep over “just one more chapter” turning into finishing the whole book, luckily reading for fun has lots of benefits. Reading allows children to learn about the broader world around them; through reading, they can learn about different cultures, different life experiences, social issues, economic issues and how to relate to others. Reading can be instrumental in teaching kids strong social and emotional learning skills that will help them to become compassionate, open-minded and understanding individuals. It can also help expand students’ vocabularies. According to the Economic and Social Research Council, teenagers who read for fun know 26 percent more words than those who don’t. And through developing strong reading skills, students are empowered to take control of their future and learning by broadening their scope of learning. Additionally, reading sparks creativity, increases the likelihood of academic and economic success, and even benefits mental health. A study from the University of Sussex, reports that reading can reduce stress by 68 percent.

The benefits of reading are endless, and in recognition of this, the American Federation of Teachers and Share My Lesson are committed to ensuring that you are able to engage your children and students in reading this summer so they can reap all the benefits. That’s why we have not only created a collection of summer reading lesson plans and resources, but also have put together a list of staff-recommended books for your children, students and for you to delve into this summer. Read on to see what books should be added to your or your children’s 2022 summer reading lists.

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Ami Turner Delaguila's Picks

In the Time of the Butterflies by Julia Alvarez | Grades 7+

Download the reading and discussion guide from the author here.

The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo | Grades 8+

Also available in Spanish. Download the teaching guide from Share My Lesson here.

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Andy Kratochvil’s Picks

Me and White Supremacy: Young Readers’ Edition by Layla F. Saad | Grades 5-12

Download the teaching guide for the Young Readers’ Edition on Share My Lesson here.

Me and White Supremacy by Layla F. Saad | Adult Read

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Dawn Krusemark’s Pick

The Last Widow by Karin Slaughter | Adult Read

The newest in her mystery series with investigator Will Trent and medical examiner Sara Linton. I recommend the whole series but I thought this one was particularly gripping, and I learned a lot of science and details about cult living. It’s one that will take you out of your world and transport you to another. Beware, you won’t want to put it down.

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Giselle Lundy-Ponce’s Picks

Ariol graphic novel series by Emmanuel Guibert | Grades 2-5

Recommended for ages 10 and up. An engaging, funny and clever set of stories that follows a tween donkey and introduces us to his family, diverse circle of friends, life in school, and life as an only child. The simple pleasures of life come alive in this book series. An escapist delight that tweens, teens and adults will enjoy.

Anya’s Ghost by Vera Brosgol | Grades 7+

Recommended for ages 12 and up, this graphic novel centers on a girl who is going through much teen angst, including being a first-generation immigrant, having conflicts with her family and feeling self-conscious; and then she meets a new pal—a friendly ghost at the bottom of a well who connects with her.

It’s Trevor Noah: Born a Crime (Adapted for Young Readers) by Trevor Noah | Grades 5+

Recommended for ages 10 and up. The kids’ version of Trevor Noah’s widely acclaimed memoir, Born a Crime, Stories from a South African Childhood. Trevor Noah is the famous satirist host of “The Daily Show.” Kids will be riveted by Noah’s narrative of growing up under the apartheid system, the kind of prejudice he experienced, and his and his family’s resilience.

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Giselle Lundy-Ponce's Picks Cont.

Lucia the Luchadora by Cynthia Leonor Garza | Grades PreK-2

Recommended for ages 5-10. In this girl-power tale, Lucia stands up to playground bullies who taunt her about girls not being superheroes. After her abuelita reveals a family secret, Lucia learns that she has the power to amaze! If you love this book, there’s a sequel! Lucia the Luchadora and the Million Masks.

The Alphabet from A to Y with Bonus Letter Z! by Steve Martin (yes, that Steve Martin) | Grades PreK-K

Recommended for ages 6 and up. Truly one of the most hilarious and original books I ever read with my child, complete with upper-tier complex words, no less. The illustrations by the New Yorker magazine-famous Roz Chast go perfectly with Steve Martin’s nutty narrative. Here’s an example: “V: In varsity, Victor was often victorious–Sadly, his winning made him vainglorious.”

Caribbean Alphabet by Frané Lessac | Grades PreK-2

Recommended for ages 3 and up. Another unique alphabet book for kids starting in preschool–you could certainly introduce much before that age, too. The illustrations are vivid and engaging, and you’ll introduce more high-level words like hibiscus, egret, and junkanoo! Additionally, you’ll expand your little ones’ knowledge of the world.

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Megan Ortmeyer’s Picks

Listen to the Language of the Trees by Tera Kelley | Grades PreK-3

(Video) 19 books you need to read this summer!! *beach reads*

Teach students about the actual connection between trees in a forest, and about the importance of helping others with this engaging book, and download the activity kit from Sourcebooks on SML.

The Lunar Chronicles series by Marissa Meyer | Grades 6+

This series explores multiple ideas and human rights issues, such as what it means to be human, the use of propaganda, prejudices in society, the use of child soldiers, and more. Engage students in the first two books in the series, Cinder and Scarlet, with classroom discussion questions provided by the author here.

Dear Justyce by Nic Stone | Grades 9+

This is the sequel to Nic Stone’s powerful book, Dear Martin, that tells the story of two friends from Southwest Atlanta, and how one becomes the victim of a broken criminal justice system while the other makes it to Yale University. Check out the lesson plan for Dear Martin, created by IMKessel.

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Teresa Valcarce’s Pick

Get To Know Bernardo de Gálvez by Guillermo Fesser | Grades 2-5

A magnificent read for people of all ages. The short story narrates the main character’s desire to achieve justice for Bernardo de Gálvez—a Spanish general who played a key role in the American Revolution, but who had been forgotten for hundreds of years—by hanging his portrait in the U.S. Capitol. Despite Gálvez’s brilliant efforts throughout the war, Congress failed to recognize and honor his accomplishments.

Click, Clack, Moo Cows That Type by Doreen Cronin and Betsy Lewin | Grades PreK-3

The quirky, hilarious farmyard tale that started it all from the New York Times bestselling duo of Doreen Cronin and Betsy Lewin! Check out these two teaching resources on Share My Lesson:

  • Story Map for Click, Clack, Moo
  • Click Clack Moo Cows That Type: Complete Unit
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Susan Ward's Picks

The Watsons Go to Birmingham by Christopher Paul Curtis | Grades 4 and Up

Harriet the Spy by Louise Fitzhugh | Grades 3-7

The Mouse and the Motorcycle by Beverly Cleary | Grades 2-7

Anything Shel Silverstein | Grades PreK-8

I love Where the Sidewalk Ends the best. The poems and the drawings are so interesting, and kids see different things in each poem.

Download the teaching resource for The Giving Tree on Share My Lesson here, the teaching resources for “Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout” here and here, or view learning resources from Shel Silverstein’s site here.

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Susan Ward's Picks Cont.

Where’d You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple | Adult Read

The Shining and Doctor Sleep (Part 2) by Stephen King | Adult Read

Delilah Green Doesn’t Care by Ashley Herring Blake (LGBTQIA+ romance) | Adult Read

Snow Moon Rising by Lori L. Lake | Adult Read

Agatha Raisin Mystery series by M.C. Beaton | Adult Read

I love British humor and my “go to” are the Agatha Raisin Mystery series by M.C. Beaton. My favorite is her first one Agatha Raisin and the Quiche of Death.

Another Brooklyn by Jacqueline Woodson | Adult Read

Feel-good books by Elizabeth Berg | Adult Reads

  • The Story of Arthur Truluv (Book 1)
  • Night of Miracles (Book 2)
  • The Confession Club (Book 3)

The 100-Year Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson | Adult Read

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Susan Youssofi’s Picks

Breathe Like a Bear: 30 Mindful Moments for Kids to Feel Calm and Focused Anytime, Anywhere (Mindfulness Moments for Kids) by Kira Willey | Grades PreK-3

Download mindfulness activities here.

Opal Lee and What It Means to Be Free by Alice Faye Duncan, Keturah A. Bobo (Illustrator) | Grades PreK-3

Learn about the woman who campaigned all of America to celebrate Juneteenth. Access more resources on teaching and learning about Juneteenth

Darryl's Dream by Darryl "DMC" McDaniels, Shawnee and Johnny Warfield, Adam Padilla and Tristan Tait (Illustrator) | Grades PreK-3

Learn from the author on the importance of literacy in his recent keynote for Share My Lesson.

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Susan Youssofi's Picks Cont.

Whoosh!: Lonnie Johnson's Super-Soaking Stream of Inventions by Chris Barton, Don Tate (Illustrator) | Grades 2-5

Ideal for summertime reading! Download free activities from the author here.

Buzzing with Questions: The Inquisitive Mind of Charles Henry Turner by Janice N. Harrington and Theodore Taylor III (illustrator) | Grades 2-5

Have K-5 students grow their own urban pollinator community with this National Wildlife Federation Education guide.

The Leaf Detective: How Margaret Lowman Uncovered Secrets in the Rainforest by Heather Lang, Jana Christy (Illustrator) | Grades 2-5

(Video) 2022 Reading Challenges & Reading Lists Update II How did I do this year?

Try this standards-aligned discussion guide from the publisher.

Freewater by Amina Luqman-Dawson | Grades 5+

Brand-new historical fiction about a pair of enslaved children’s escape from a plantation near the Great Dismal Swamp. Hear what inspired the author.

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But wait, there’s more!

Along with this reading list and Share My Lesson’s summer learning collection, we also have a whole community dedicated to literacy. Join the Reading Opens the World: A Community for Literacy to find free, upcoming and on-demand, professional development webinars along with literacy teaching resources and events. Last, for even more books to read and teach, be sure to check out Share My Lesson’s Diverse Books collection as well as Colorín Colorado’s (our resource hub for educators and parents of English language learners) Books and Authors page.

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FAQs

What are book clubs Reading 2022? ›

Book Club Picks For 2022
  • Olga Dies Dreaming by Xochitl Gonzalez (January 4, 2022) ...
  • 30 Things I Love About Myself by Radhika Sanghani (January 4, 2022) ...
  • The School for Good Mothers by Jessamine Chan (January 4, 2022) ...
  • Notes on an Execution by Danya Kukafka (January 4, 2022) ...
  • Anthem by Noah Hawley (January 4, 2022)
2 Aug 2022

What types of books are popular in 2022? ›

Here are some fiction genres that will continue to be popular throughout 2022:
  • Romance. The genre of romance is a popular one, with its readership loyal to the core. ...
  • Children's. ...
  • Thriller: Suspense & Mystery. ...
  • Fantasy and Science Fiction. ...
  • Young Adult. ...
  • Find Your Next Read.
18 Mar 2022

What should I read for summer reading? ›

Our 15 Favorite Summery Novels for Summer Reading
  • ​​Edward St Aubyn, Mother's Milk. (FSG)
  • E.M. Forster, A Room with a View. ...
  • Vendela Vida, The Diver's Clothes Lie Empty. ...
  • Douglas A. ...
  • Alex Garland, The Beach. ...
  • Colson Whitehead, Sag Harbor. ...
  • Virginia Woolf, To the Lighthouse. ...
  • Patrick Modiano, translated by John Cullen, Villa Triste.
14 Jun 2022

What is the most bought book 2022? ›

Top 10 Selling Books, 2022 Year-to-Date
RankTitleAuthor
1It Ends With UsColleen Hoover
2Where the Crawdads SingDelia Owens
3VerityColleen Hoover
4Ugly LoveColleen Hoover
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What are book clubs currently reading? ›

TOP BOOKS
  • Where the Crawdads Sing. by , Delia Owens and None. ...
  • Educated: A Memoir. by Tara Westover. ...
  • The Vanishing Half: A Novel. by Bennett Brit. ...
  • The Midnight Library: A Novel. by Matt Haig. ...
  • The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo: A Novel. by Taylor Jenkins Reid. ...
  • The Silent Patient. ...
  • Verity. ...
  • Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine: A Novel.

What kind of books are trending now? ›

Religious & inspirational books are the most popular non-fiction genre, whilst thrillers are the most popular audiobooks.
...
Bestselling Book Genres
  • Memoirs and Biographies.
  • Self Help.
  • Religion and Spirituality.
  • Health, Fitness, and Dieting.
  • Politics and Social Sciences.
17 Nov 2022

What kind of books are selling right now? ›

What Genres Sell the Most Books Right Now?
  1. Romance – Contemporary and Historical. Romance is consistently one of the top-selling book genres and has been so for many years. ...
  2. Crime and Thriller. ...
  3. Religious and Self-help. ...
  4. Children's Books – Humor. ...
  5. Fantasy and Sci-fi – Young Adult.
6 Nov 2020

How many books should a child read in the summer? ›

The White House has reported that reading just five books during the summer can help prevent learning loss.

How many books should a 3rd grader read over the summer? ›

As with many trends found in the Kids & Family Reading Report, the number of books read over the summer varies widely by age (See figure 2b): kids ages 6–8 read an average of 19 books; that number drops to nine among 9–11s, six among 12–14s and two among 15–17s.

Why is it important for kids to read over the summer? ›

Summer reading is critical, not only for helping kids maintain learning while school is out, but also for fostering social-emotional development, discovering the joy of stories, and elevating the importance of lifelong learning. Educators and parents agree summer reading matters.

What is the #1 sold book of all time? ›

According to Guinness World Records as of 1995, the Bible is the best-selling book of all time with an estimated 5 billion copies sold and distributed.

What is the number 1 selling book? ›

Top 100 best selling books of all time
RankTitleAuthor
1Da Vinci Code,TheBrown, Dan
2Harry Potter and the Deathly HallowsRowling, J.K.
3Harry Potter and the Philosopher's StoneRowling, J.K.
4Harry Potter and the Order of the PhoenixRowling, J.K.
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What is a good read now? ›

The 23 most popular books right now, according to Goodreads members:
  • "The Midnight Library" by Matt Haig. ...
  • "The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue" by V.E. ...
  • "The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo" by Taylor Jenkins Reid. ...
  • "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee. ...
  • "The Great Gatsby" by F. ...
  • "Where the Crawdads Sing" by Delia Owens.
10 Jan 2022

What is a good read right now? ›

The 10 Most Popular Books Right Now
  • Lessons in Chemistry (B&N Exclusive Edition) (B&N Book of the Year) ...
  • The Light We Carry: Overcoming in Uncertain Times. ...
  • Babel: Or, The Necessity of Violence: An Arcane History of the Oxford Translators' Revolution (B&N Exclusive Edition) (B&N Speculative Fiction Book Award Winner)
18 Nov 2022

How can I make summer reading fun? ›

Mom-Tested Ways to Make Summer Reading Fun
  1. Talk up summer reading. ...
  2. Find a special reading spot. ...
  3. Read what they're reading. ...
  4. Create an atmosphere. ...
  5. Turn playdates into "book club." ...
  6. Read to them (no matter how old they are). ...
  7. Make a travel buddy. ...
  8. Team up with animals.
29 Apr 2019

What is Oprah's new book pick? ›

In this video, Oprah announces Demon Copperhead by Barbara Kingsolver as her latest Oprah's Book Club selection. This epic tale by one of our most revered authors follows the title character and the overwhelming obstacles he navigates in a community upended by the opioid crisis.

What is most read book in the world? ›

The Holy Bible is the most read book in the world. In the past 50 years, the Bible has sold over 3.9 billion copies. It is the most recognizable and famous book that has ever been published.

What are the current top 10 fiction books? ›

FICTION
  • The Boys from Biloxi by John Grisham. ...
  • The Lost Metal by Brandon Sanderson. ...
  • Fairy Tale by Stephen King. ...
  • Desert Star by Michael Connelly. ...
  • Dreamland by Nicholas Sparks. ...
  • Going Rogue by Janet Evanovich. ...
  • No Plan B by Lee Child; Andrew Child. ...
  • Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus.

What is 2022 book of the Year? ›

Tiger Daughter by Rebecca Lim.

What is the theme of Year 2022? ›

Theme 2022 – A world of 8 billion- Towards a resilient future for all – Harnessing opportunities and ensuring rights and choices for all.
...
Important Day and Theme 2022.
DateDayTheme/Importance
30 SeptemberInternational Translation DayTheme 2022: 'A world without barriers'.
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What are the most popular book clubs? ›

Top Celebrity Book Club Picks (December 2022 Spoilers)
  • Reese's Book Club (Adult)
  • The Today Show's Read With Jenna Book Club.
  • Good Morning America Book Club.
  • Oprah's Book Club.
  • Netflix Book Club.
3 days ago

What is a good number of people for a book club? ›

FIND MEMBERS

Start by simply asking your reader friends and acquaintances if they're interested in a book club. There's no magic number of members for a successful book club–your club might be 2 or 20 (or more!) people. However, most book clubs–especially if you'll be meeting in homes–will have up to 12 people.

What are the most popular types of books to read? ›

8 Popular Literary Genres
  • Romance: Romance novels are perhaps the most popular genre in terms of book sales. ...
  • Mystery: Many popular mystery books draw a large readership, especially if they're part of a larger series. ...
  • Fantasy and science fiction: Fantasy books often take place in a time period different from our own.
9 Aug 2021

Which book is best for reading for students? ›

15 Books Every Student Should Read
  • To Kill a Mockingbird. Author: Harper Lee. ...
  • Animal Farm. Author: George Orwell. ...
  • The Great Gatsby. Author: F. ...
  • 1984. Author: George Orwell. ...
  • The Catcher in the Rye. Author: J.D. Salinger. ...
  • Death of a Salesman. Author: Arthur Miller. ...
  • Fahrenheit 451. Author: Ray Bradbury. ...
  • Lord of the Flies.
12 Jul 2022

What type of books sell the most on Amazon? ›

Best books to sell on Amazon: Book Categories That Tend to do Well
  • Business & Money.
  • Self Help.
  • Christian Books & Bibles.
  • Religion & Spirituality.
  • Computers & Technology (only newer, if older they don't do well)
  • Education & Teaching.
  • Health, Fitness & Dieting (can also be hit or miss)
  • Medical Books.

What are the top 3 movies of 2022? ›

2022 box office hits: Every movie that made more than $100 million this year
  1. 'Top Gun: Maverick' (Paramount Pictures) ...
  2. 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness' (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures) ...
  3. 'Jurassic World: Dominion' (Universal Pictures) ...
  4. 'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever' (Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)
1 day ago

What should I read in 2022 non fiction? ›

The Best Nonfiction Books of 2022 (So Far)
  • Dickens and Prince, by Nick Hornby. Now 22% off. ...
  • Because Our Fathers Lied, by Craig McNamara. Now 22% off. ...
  • Raising Lazarus, by Beth Macy. ...
  • Fight Like Hell, by Kim Kelly. ...
  • Phasers on Stun!, ...
  • Year of the Tiger, by Alice Wong. ...
  • Fen, Bog & Swamp, by Annie Proulx. ...
  • Butts, by Heather Radke.
16 Nov 2022

What age group should read it ends with us? ›

Suitable for readers 17 and up. Trigger warnings for violence & attempted rape.

Does summer reading actually help? ›

Research shows us that summer reading programs really do improve kids' reading skills and increase their desire to read. Additionally, according to the School Library Journal, those who participate not only mitigate any summer learning loss, but they even show gains.

Should kids read every day during the summer? ›

Research shows that reading during the summer helps kids minimize the “summer slide,” the drop-off in reading skills that non-summer readers experience at the start of a new school year.

What level reading should a 3rd grader be at? ›

3rd Grade Reading Level

3rd Graders are comfortable reading simple chapter books on their own. They continue to need lots of practice and time reading aloud as well. At the library look for books 2.2 – 3.9, Guided Reading level L-P, and Lexile 400-650.

What percent of 3rd graders can't read? ›

Léelo en español. California fourth graders trail the nation in reading, and half of its third graders, including two-thirds of Black students and 61% of Latino students, do not read at grade level.

What letter reading level should a 3rd grader be at? ›

The lettered reading levels correlating to third grade are N, O and P. So, typically, a child should be at a level N in the fall and advance to level P by the end of the year. However, some children may be below or above this range.

What is the theme for Summer Reading 2022? ›

2022 Summer Reading Program Provides Children and Families “Oceans of Possibilities” for Summer Fun and Learning.

What is the Summer Reading Challenge 2022 theme? ›

Each year the Summer Reading Challenge has a different theme. For 2022, The Reading Agency is partnering with Science Museum Group for Gadgeteers, a science and innovation themed Challenge that will spark children's curiosity about the world around them.

What is coming out summer 2022? ›

Here are the 8 most anticipated movies of the summer 2022 season
  • 'Jurassic World Dominion' Nothing seems more tired than the release of another “Jurassic Park” movie, at least until you're sitting in the theater watching it. ...
  • 'Lightyear' ...
  • 'Elvis' ...
  • 'Minions: The Rise of Gru' ...
  • 'Thor: Love and Thunder' ...
  • 'Nope' ...
  • 'Bullet Train'
12 Aug 2022

What will be the biggest movie of summer 2022? ›

Summer Movie Scorecard 2022
  • #1. Marcel the Shell with Shoes On (2021) 99% 91% ...
  • #2. Top Gun: Maverick (2022) 96% 98% ...
  • #3. Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris (2022) ...
  • #4. Bodies Bodies Bodies (2022) 86% 63% ...
  • #5. The Bob's Burgers Movie (2022) 88% 85% ...
  • #6. Watcher (2022) 88% 61% ...
  • #7. Downton Abbey: A New Era (2022) 86% 95% ...
  • #8. Nope (2022) 82% 63%

What is the theme for Reading Month 2022? ›

Reading Month 2022 begins with the theme 'UAE Reads': what to expect.

Is there anything coming out in 2022? ›

2022 is the year of sequels (again)

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is about to hit, while Top Gun: Maverick was a flyaway smash and DC and Marvel continued their multiple multiverses starring Batman, Black Adam, Thor, Doctor Strange and more.

What new seasons are coming out in 2022? ›

  • 'Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin' | Karolina Wojtasik/HBO Max.
  • 'Paper Girls' | Amazon Studios.
  • 'Industry' Season 2 | Simon Ridgway/HBO.
  • 'The Sandman' | Liam Daniel/Netflix.
  • 'A League of Their Own' | Amazon Studios.
  • 'She-Hulk: Attorney at Law' | Marvel Studio/Disney+
  • 'House of the Dragon' | Ollie Upton/HBO.
26 Jul 2022

Will there be a new story of seasons 2022? ›

STORY OF SEASONS: Pioneers of Olive Town comes to PlayStation®4 Summer 2022 | Marvelous Games. We're excited to announce that STORY OF SEASONS: Pioneers of Olive Town will be releasing on PlayStation®4 this summer, in both physical and digital form!

What is the number one movie of 2022 so far? ›

Top Gun: Maverick

What is the most trending movie right now 2022? ›

30 Most Popular Movies Right Now
  • #1. Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (2022) 93% 89% ...
  • #2. Strange World (2022) 74% 39% ...
  • #3. The Menu (2022) 89% 76% ...
  • #4. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (2022) 84% 85% ...
  • #5. Spirited (2022) 69% 81% ...
  • #6. Bones and All (2022) ...
  • #7. The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special (2022) ...
  • #8. The Wonder (2022)

What is the number one movie in 2022? ›

Top Gun: Maverick

What are the big themes for 2022? ›

The Big Picture: Key Themes for 2022
  • DEBT PROLIFERATION. ...
  • BUT NO DEBT IMPLOSION. ...
  • INFLATION GENIE OUT OF THE BOTTLE. ...
  • GREENFLATION PARADOX. ...
  • AN EMERGING MARKETS COMEBACK. ...
  • CHINA 3.0. ...
  • A SILICON CURTAIN DESCENDS. ...
  • STRATEGIC INVESTMENTS.

What is the 2022 book Week theme? ›

Dreaming with eyes open

What is the book for book Week 2022? ›

The CBCA Book Week 2022 will be held from 20–26 August. This year's theme is Dreaming with eyes open.

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