NPR's 10th year of Books We Love! offers 400+ new reading recommendations NPR's 10th year of Books We Love! offers 400+ new reading recommendations

NPR's 10th year of Books We Love! offers 400+ new reading recommendations

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NPR's Books We Love! is back for a 10th year.

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November 22, 2022; Washington, D.C. – Books We Love! – NPR's biannual, interactive reading guide – is back for its 10th year with 400+ books published in 2022! Mix and match tags including "Book Club Ideas," "Eye-Opening Reads," and "Kids' Books" to browse titles hand-picked by NPR staff and trusted critics. Click back through a decade of recommendations to find more than 3,200 books – we've got your next favorite read and something for every person on your holiday shopping list. Discover the books that comforted, challenged, and captivated us this year.

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"There were so many great books published this year, and we're excited to once again bring readers recommendations from our staff and freelance critics," said Meghan Collins Sullivan, NPR's senior books and culture editor. "This guide pulls together all of our favorite books from 2022, from a group with many varying individual interests, so readers are bound to find something that they love, too."

This year's recommendations come from employees across NPR including Ari Shapiro, Ayesha Rascoe, Bob Mondello, Elise Hu, Eric Deggans, Juana Summers and more. Books are featured along with links to coverage from NPR and NPR member stations.

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