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We've read some brilliant titles this year. Diverse books are once again bringing the content that we need. Here are our 2022 best diverse children's and YA fiction books! 



Ajay and The Mumbai Sun by Varsha Shah 

Cameron Battle and The Hidden Kingdoms by Jamar J Perry 

The House of Shells by Efua Traoré 

The Good Turn by Sharna Jackson 

A Head Full of Magic by Sarah Morrell 

The Elemental Detectives by Patrice Lawrence 

The Other Ones by Fran Hart 

The Twig Man by Sana Rasoul

The Very Merry Murder Club by Abiola Bello, Annabelle Sami, Benjamin Dean, Dominique Valente, Elle McNicoll, E.L. Norry, Maisie Chan, Roopa Farooki, Nizrana Farook, Patrice Lawrence, Joanna Williams, Serena Patel, Sharna Jackson, illustrated by Harry Woodgate. Edited by Robin Stevens and Serena Patel 





Love In Winter Wonderland by Abiola Bello 

Confessions of an Alleged Good Girl by Joya Gaffney 

She Drives Me Crazy by Kelly Quindlen 

Bad Things Happen Here by Rebecca Barrow 

The King is Dead by Benjamin Dean 

Nothing Burns As Bright As You by Ashley Woodfolk

When Our Worlds Collided by Danielle Jawando 

Salt and Sugar by Rebecca Carvalho

Ophelia After All by Racquel Marie 


Books to read in 2023:

Promise Boys by Nick Brooks

Nick and Charlie by Alice Oseman 

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