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The 26 Most Anticipated Books of 2022

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We’ve already told you what’s new and exciting when it comes to movies , TV shows and video games in 2022. And since there’s a lot of 2022 ahead of us, let’s take an updated look at our selection of some of the year’s most anticipated books so that you keep adding titles to your “Want to Read” shelf on Goodreads. 

Since thrillers, mysteries, romance, YA offerings and science-fiction tend to be readers pleasers, we’ve included a bunch of those, as well as some historical fiction, memoirs and poetry.

Fiction Books That Have Already Debuted in 2022

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Fiona and Jane by Jean Chen Ho (January 4, 2022). The Taiwan-born and Southern California-raised Jean Chen Ho writes her debut novel with this tale of two young Taiwanese-American women and friends who grow up in Los Angeles and float in and out of each other’s lives when Fiona moves to New York. 

Daughter of the Moon Goddess by Sue Lynn Tan (January 11, 2022). Another debut novel on this list is from the Malaysia-born Sue Lynn Tan, who studied in London and France and lives in Hong Kong. The YA fantasy novel, which is the first part of a duology, tells the story of Xingyin. Her mother has been hiding her after she stole the elixir of immortality and was exiled. But when her magic manifests and is discovered, Xingyin needs to leave her mother and embark on a dangerous quest to save her. 

To Paradise by Hanya Yanagihara (January 11, 2022). After the heartbreaking A Little Life , Hawaiian author Hanya Yanagihara returns with this novel that spans three centuries and is set in an alternate version of America in 1893, 1993 and 2093. The book offers “three different versions of the American experiment, about lovers, family, loss and the elusive promise of utopia,” according to Penguin Random House’s synopsis.

Reminders of Him by Colleen Hoover (January 18, 2022). Bestselling romance author Colleen Hoover returns with this story about Kenna, a woman who’s been in prison for five years and goes back home trying to reunite with her 4-year-old daughter. The task proves difficult, and her only link to her daughter is Ledger, a local bar owner. As the connection between the two of them grows stronger, Kenna must find a path to atone for her past.

Black Cake by Charmaine Wilkerson (February 1, 2022). This historical fiction debut novel by Charmaine Wilkerson follows two siblings as their mother dies in present-day California, leaving them an unusual inheritance: a traditional Caribbean black cake made from a family recipe and a voice recording in which she talks about the past. The siblings could find their way back to each other, and to their mom, with this family history.

House of Sky and Breath (Crescent City #2) by Sarah J. Maas (February 15, 2022). You can always count on the prolific Sarah J. Maas to keep delivering 700-plus-page volumes every year. While she’s still at work with her A Court of Thorns and Roses long series, Maas returns now to Crescent City for a second installment in which Bryce and Hunt are trying to get back to normal after saving the city. But, of course, war is always looming.

Gwendy’s Final Task by Stephen King (February 15, 2022). And while we’re talking about prolific authors, let’s mention one of the most illustrious ones. Master of horror — and of posting cute photos of his doggie on Twitter — Stephen King proves once again in 2022 how much of a non-procrastinator he is. In his new novel, Gwendy is a novelist and rising political star confronted by her past. At 12, a stranger gave her a mysterious box. It offered treats but also destruction: None of its seven-colored buttons should be pushed. 

The Paris Apartment by Lucy Foley (February 22, 2022). After the success of The Guest List — it received the Goodreads Choice Award in Mystery & Thriller last year — Lucy Foley returns with a new puzzle. Broke and alone, Jess asks her half-brother Ben if she could crash at his place for a bit. But when she gets to his Paris apartment, not only is Ben not there, but the place seems way nicer than what he could have afforded. With her brother missing, Jess starts questioning what may have happened and tries to find answers among the building’s neighbors. 

Gallant by V.E. Schwab (March 1, 2022). After the bestselling success of The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue , V.E./Victoria Schwab returns with another fantasy proposal good for adults and YA audiences alike. In Gallant , Olivia only has her mother’s journal as a memento of her past. When she’s invited to Gallant, she feels at home there, even if no one was expecting her and half-formed ghouls are haunting the place. She wants to uncover what secrets the place holds.

The Recovery Agent by Janet Evanovich (March 22, 2022). After the success of the Stephanie Plum and Wicked series, bestselling author Janet Evanovich launches a promising new series. Gabriela Rose is a recovery agent hired by people and companies who want to recover all kinds of valuable things. But when she’s forced to work for her own family, Gabriela ends up in the jungles of Peru looking for the Ring of Solomon and the lost treasure of Cortez. The main problem is that her ex-husband, Rafer, is the one who has the map that could take her to the treasure. 

Time Is a Mother by Ocean Vuong (April 5, 2022). After his heart-wrenching epistolary novel On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous , the Vietnamese-American Ocean Vuong goes back to his origins with this poetry collection in which he searches for life after his mother’s death. “Vuong contends with personal loss, the meaning of family, and the cost of being the product of an American war in America,” reads the book’s synopsis.

Sea of Tranquility by Emily St. John Mandel (April 5, 2022). If you, too, read Emily St. John Mandel’s post-apocalyptic and hopeful tale Station Eleven during the early months of the pandemic, you may want to know more about the Canadian author’s upcoming science-fiction work. In Sea of Tranquility , a detective in the black-skied Night City is hired to investigate an anomaly in the North American wilderness. He’ll discover a series of lives upended there. 

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Blind Spot by Paula Hawkins (April 14, 2022). After Paula Hawkins’ latest novel made it to Ask Media Group’s mystery-themed book club last year , we couldn’t leave her new work behind. Best friends Edie, Jake and Ryan see their world torn apart when Jake is brutally murdered and Ryan accused of it. Edie is devastated and alone, living in the remote house she shared with Jake. The problem is that somebody is watching…

Book Lovers by Emily Henry (May 3, 2022). Master of contemporary romance novels Emily Henry — she’s the author of the aptly titled Beach Read and People We Meet on Vacation — returns with this story about Nora, a literary agent whose life is books. When Nora decides to go away on vacation with her sister Libby, she keeps bumping into Charlie, a bookish editor she’s known for years who has never piqued her interest.

I Kissed Shara Wheeler by Casey McQuiston (May 3, 2022). After One Last Stop and Red, White & Royal Blue, LGBTQ+ romance royal Casey McQuiston returns with this YA novel. In I Kissed Shara Wheeler , Chloe is vying for the valedictorian title at high school when her main rival, prom queen Shara Wheeler, kisses her and then proceeds to vanish. Chloe is not the only person Shara’s kissed. The three kissed-ones try to untangle the clues Shara’s left behind and find her.

The Daughter of Doctor Moreau by Silvia Moreno-García (July 19, 2022). After Mexican Gothic and Velvet Was the Night , the Mexican-Canadian author Silvia Moreno-García returns to Gothic horror ingredients with this reimagining of The Island of Doctor Moreau set in 19th-century Mexico. 

We Deserve Monuments by Jas Hammonds (November 29, 2022). Here’s yet another YA offering with crossover appeal for any age with this debut novel by Jas Hammonds. Avery is a 17 year old forced to leave her life in D.C. and live at her terminally ill grandmother’s home in a small Southern town. She copes with her mother and grandmother’s constant arguments by finding friendship in Simone, her next-door neighbor, and Jade, the daughter of the town’s prominent family. The novel explores the racist history of the town and how it’s marked its residents while dedicating time to the coming of age of Avery and the romance that blossoms with Simone.

Memoirs and Nonfiction Books That Have Already Debuted in 2022

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Putting the Rabbit in the Hat by Brian Cox (January 18, 2022). Craving some more behind-the-scenes Succession drama after the controversial New Yorker profile on Jeremy Strong ? Maybe try this Brian Cox memoir. The actor who plays the patriarch and media mogul Logan Roy in the HBO hit recounts here his working-class childhood in Scotland all the way to his days on the Emmy-winning TV show about a very dysfunctional family.

The Lonely Hunter: Why the Search for Love Is Broken by Aimée Lutkin (February 8, 2022). The 30-something single writer Aimée Lutkin found herself surrounded by couples at a party. After being asked about her love life and arguing being alone could be the endgame, the author went on a search to try to answer some fundamental questions: Why is there so much pressure to be in a relationship? Why is everyone so uncomfortable around single people? Why does it seem like your real life can’t start until you meet The One? And is it possible to be single without being lonely? 

We Should All Be Feminists: A Guided Journal by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (March 1, 2022). After her 2014 essay “We Should All Be Feminists” , adapted from her TEDx Talk, Nigerian author and feminist icon Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie revisits her work with this Guided Journal . The journal is meant to encourage readers to define feminism in their own voices and tell their stories, as well as featuring prompts, quotes and important events in the history of feminism.

Burning Questions: Essays and Occasional Pieces 2004–2021 by Margaret Atwood (March 1, 2022). Why do people tell stories? What do zombies have to do with authoritarianism? How can we live on our planet? How much of yourself can you give away without evaporating? The Handmaid’s Tale author and feminist icon Margaret Atwood penned this series of essays trying to find the answers to these and other burning questions.

All the White Friends I Couldn’t Keep: Hope–And Hard Pills to Swallow–About Fighting for Black Lives by André Henry (March 22, 2022). “In this personal and thought-provoking book, Henry explores how the historical divides between Black people and non-Black people are expressed through our most mundane interactions, and why this struggle won’t be resolved through civil discourse, diversity hires, interracial relationships, or education,” reads Penguin Random House’s synopsis of this work by musician and writer André Henry.

2022’s Most Anticipated Memoirs and Nonfiction Books

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Finding Me: A Memoir by Viola Davis (April 26, 2022). Actress and producer Viola Davis gets personal with this memoir that covers her childhood days coming of age in Rhode Island and spans to her present day. The Academy Award-winning Black actress has not only dominated TV but has also managed to transition into an incredibly prestigious film career.

Paradise Falls: The True Story of an Environmental Catastrophe by Keith O’Brien (April 12, 2022). Journalist Keith O’Brien’s work of narrative reportage tells the story of Lois Gibbs and Luella Kenny, two mothers who, in the 1970s, exposed a toxic waste dumping site that was causing a public health crisis and polluting their neighborhood in Niagara Falls. It was uncovered that the city’s largest employer, Hooker Chemical, had been disposing of thousands of tons of toxic waste in the town’s canal.

Bi: The Hidden Culture, History, and Science of Bisexuality by Julia Shaw (June 28, 2022): Psychologist Julia Shaw takes a scientific approach to sexuality with this exploration of bisexuality. Shaw, who is bisexual herself, explores the complexities of the human sexual experience both from a personal and scientific perspective and writes about the invisibility of bisexuals in our society.

Under the Skin: The Hidden Toll of Racism on American Lives and on the Health of Our Nation by Linda Villarosa (June 14, 2022). Linda Villarosa’s 2018 New York Times article “Why America’s Black Mothers and Babies Are in a Life-or-Death Crisis” exposed the flagrant racial disparities in the U.S. healthcare system when it comes to childbirth. With her new work, the author exposes the reasons why Black people in America “live sicker and die quicker” compared to white people.


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25 Inspiring Books Every Student Must Read Before They Graduate

“As if you were on fire from within.

The moon lives in the lining of your skin .”

------- Pablo Neruda

Books For Every College Student

Almost every college student has the desire to be tagged as an intellectual. If you too have this fascination, then get that spark in you. Knowledge can only help you keep that fire burning within you. “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go” (said by Dr. Seuss). Take a look at the books that you must read before you graduate. Whether inspirational, informative, or witty, we have something for all types of grads.

1. This Side Of Paradise - F. Scott Fitzgerald

A Princeton student who becomes completely disillusioned with life after graduating from college is the main protagonist of this classic novel. He discovers that world behind the walls of his college is totally different. This “quest novel” chronicles how he looks for his own self again. Being a college student, you must read this novel so that you can prepare yourself to face all the ups and downs.

2. Looking For Alaska - John Green

This novel encompasses love, redemption, loss, friendship and guilt. The story revolves around the life of a high school junior, Miles. He falls in love with a girl named Alaska. The author beautifully draws a realistic picture of the lives of these teenagers. This plot seems familiar to almost every college student. Isn’t it?

3. Brave New World - Aldous Huxley

This is a satirical novel. Aldous Huxley visualizes a utopian future where human beings do not fit into the system. He implicitly warns the readers about the impending threats posed by technology. Is it okay to accept the things as they always have been? Or is it necessary to fight against all the wrongs? To explore the answers to these questions, read this book before you graduate.

4. Freedom - Jonathan Franzen

With a narrative impulse, this novel tells a story about love triangle and relationship. Protagonists of this modern classic first met in college. What will they choose:  friendship or love? How will they overcome such difficult situations? You should read this novel to understand all the complexities of life.

5. One Hundred Years Of Solitude - Gabriel Garcia Marquez

This is one of the most famous contemporary novels. This chronicles the history of the family, the Buendias and an isolated town of Macondo. One Hundred Year Of Solitude teaches us about the value and importance of family and friends. This is a must-read book for all college students.

6. Norwegian Wood - Haruki Murakami

This novel presents the ugly truth of life. This is a nostalgic story of friendship and true love. Toru Watanabe, the main protagonist, looks back on his college days. First person narrative technique has been adopted by the author. Read this novel to become aware of the harsh reality, which you cannot escape from.

7. To Kill A Mockingbird - Harper Lee

The key theme of this masterpiece is racism. Harper Lee brilliantly deals with serious issues such as racial inequality and rape under the veil of humor. If you are a literature student, you must have already read this book. If you haven’t yet, then it should be included in your reading list as a priority.

8. Crime and Punishment - Fyodor Dostoyevsky

This novel tells a story about a Russian student Raskolnikov. He kills an old pawnbroker and tries to justify his deed. The author beautifully narrates Raskolnikov’s attempts to understand who he is and find his own place in the society.  This book can make you rethink your views regarding moral laws and your place in this society.

9. The Grapes Of Wrath - John Steinbeck

This is a moving tale of an Oklahoma farmer and his family. They were driven from their home. The story recounts their journey to California amidst the Great Depression. The Grapes Of Wrath teaches about friendship, love, courage and resilience.

10. The Great Gatsby - F. Scott Fitzgerald

You should read this book to understand the disappointment that almost every American felt during jazz age. You can learn how to assess your capabilities by reading this masterpiece. Another great lesson this book teaches is it is better to let the past go as it cannot be returned.

11. 1984 - George Orwell

This is a dystopian novel. Winston Smith who lives in Airstrip One is the main protagonist. This political fiction throws light on the issues like civil conflict, revolution and war. The author portrays a world that is divided between three totalitarian states. You must add this book to your reading list.

12. Lord Of The Files - William Golding

This novel was published in the year of 1954. It depicts the story of a group of young British boys who are stranded on an island and their attempts for governing themselves. It is a morality tale about a broken society. Golding parodies the society in this political allegory. You can get to learn several things from this novel.

13. Lolita - Vladimir Nabokov

This is a story about forbidden love between a young nymphet and a man. It is full of intrigue and humor. Though it remains controversial today, it can teach us a valuable lesson about sacrifice, understanding, forgiveness and other traits which are very important.

14. Let The Great World Spin - Colum McCann

Lives of an artist, a prostitute, a judge, an Irish immigrant, and a mourning mother are beautifully weaved together by the author. Though their hardships differ, they all have witnessed the Twin Tower Tight-roper. “Let The Great World Spin” conveys the message that everything and everyone connects in the end.

15. A Farewell To Arms - Ernest Hemingway

This novel has World War I at its backdrop. The author portrays the lives of young and naïve boys who became poor infantry. This is a story about a lieutenant, Fredric Henry. You can get to know about the consequences of a war from this classics masterpiece.

16. The Divine Comedy - Dante

There is hardly anyone who has never heard of Dante. He throws light on the nine circles of inferno in the Divine Comedy which is a long narrative poem. It teaches us that we all have to pay for our own sins. Being a college student, you must read this for understanding the view of afterlife.

17. A River Out Of Eden - Richard Dawkins

You should read this book before you graduate. It is an account on the birth of world and its development. You can learn the process of evolution in an interesting way. Most importantly, you will not find this book boring.

18. Paradise Lost - John Milton

We all are aware of the Biblical story about Adam and Eve. Eve was tempted by Lucifer (Satan) and it caused the fall of man. John Milton’s Paradise Lost, an epic poem is concerned with this story. This masterpiece throws light on the different sides of good and bad. You must read this to know who what is right.

19. A Clockwork Orange - Anthony Burgess

The author mocks the modern totalitarian society in this novel. This is a wicked satire. Anthony Burgess conveys the message that the young generation tends to turn into “clockwork oranges” (obedient to their leaders). For the antagonist, Alex, violence is the high art of life. At the end, he becomes the victim of violence. This is a must-read book for all college students.

20. Hamlet - William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, one of the most famous plays, revolves around the question - “To be or not to be”. Hamlet, the protagonist, kills his uncle to take revenge for his father’s death. This play teaches us that we should accept the responsibility for our own deeds and decisions.

21. Civilization and Its Discontents - Sigmund Freud

You should read this book before you graduate. This book records Sigmund Freud’s ideas and views regarding human civilization and culture. If you often wonder, “What is the point of living in this society”, then you will get the answer from this masterpiece.

22. Faust - Johann Von Goethe

This play depicts the supernatural journey of Faust, a classic German legend. He offers his soul to devil for wisdom. The lesson this masterpiece teaches is you should understand the difference between evil and good. You can also get to learn about several myths of ancient history.

23. The Art Of Happiness - Dalai Lama

This book records Dalai Lama’s views and ideas. This is an inspirational book. You should add this to your reading list. You can learn how to be happy in life and how to achieve fulfillment.

24. Charlotte’s Web - E.B. White

Though it falls under the category of children literature, it can teach us a valuable lesson. Charlotte’s Web reminds us that every living creature should be treated generously.

25. The Running Man - Stephen King

This is a science fiction. Stephen King visualizes a dystopian America during the year 2025. The story revolves around Ben Richards who lives in Co-Op city. He does not find any work due to the economic collapse. He takes part in a game show. This novel is perfect reading for every college student.

No matter how much busy you are with your studies, you should find some time to read these books, as “Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body”.

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Your 25 Favorite Books From Assigned Reading

In our latest reader poll, we asked you to tell about your favorite books from assigned school reading. There were no rules or restrictions, no genre requirements, no statements about which years of school counted or didn’t: just your favorite books from school reading, period.

1142 Riot readers answered the call, sharing 660 unique titles. (Participants were allowed to nominate up to 3 books.) Here are the top 25 selections. Any surprises? Do these square with your favorites? If you’re in the mood for a deeper dive, here’s the full data set.

It’s no surprise to see Harper Lee in first place here, as To Kill a Mockingbird is by far the most common (and has become the most expected) response to almost any survey about favorite books/characters/authors we conduct. Interesting to see that 8 of the 20 writers mentioned here are women. That’s a better gender balance than I would have expected given dead white guys’ popularity on syllabi. It’s disappointing but also not terribly surprising, given the popularity of dead white guys, to see only one book by a person of color. I was happy to see some young adult titles make the list, including The Outsiders , which is arguably the first modern young adult novel, and The Giver .

Here’s how these favorite assigned books overlap with Riot readers’  favorite novels , most-hated books , and the ones we just pretend to have read .

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35 Creative Book Report Ideas for Students

From mint tins to cereal boxes to T-shirts.

Elizabeth Mulvahill

Responding to what you read is an important literacy skill. Reading about other people’s experiences and perspectives helps kids learn about the world. And although students don’t need to dive deeply into every single book they read, occasionally digging into characters, settings, and themes can help them learn to look beyond the prose. Here are 35 creative book report ideas designed to make reading more meaningful.

1. Concrete Found Poem

words from a book are arranged on a piece of paper in the image of a sword in a stone

Source: MiddleWeb

This clever activity is basically a shape poem made up of words, phrases, and whole sentences found in the books students read. The words come together to create an image that represents something from the story.

2. Graphic Novel

Have students rewrite the book they are reading, or a chapter of their book, as a graphic novel. Set parameters for the assignment such as including six scenes from the story, three characters, details about the setting, etc. And, of course, include detailed illustrations to accompany the story.

3. Book Snaps

student sample of a book snap assignment on the computer

Source: Reading and Writing Haven

Book Snaps are a way for students to visually show how they are reacting to, processing, and/or connecting with a text. First, students snap a picture of a page in the book they are reading. Then, they add comments, images, highlights, and more.

4. Write a Diary Entry

Have your students place themselves in the shoes of one of the characters from their book and write a first-person diary entry of a critical moment from the story. Ask them to choose a moment in the story where the character has plenty of interaction and emotion to share in a diary entry.

5. Character To-Do List

a student-written to-do list

This fun activity is an off-the-beaten-path way to dive deep into character analysis. Get inside the head of the main character in a book and write a to-do list that they might write. Use actual information from the text, but also make inferences into what that character may wish to accomplish.

6. Mint Tin Book Report

a mint tin with an illustration from Alice in Wonderland on the inside of the top and labelled notecards inside

Source: Teacher Thrive

There are so many super-creative, open-ended projects you can use mint tins for. This teacher blogger describes the process of creating book reports and using them. There’s even a free template for cards that fit inside.

7. Fictional Yearbook Entries

Ask your students to create a yearbook based on the characters and setting in the book. What do they look like? Cut out magazine pictures to give a good visual image for their school picture. What kind of superlative might they get? Best looking? Class clown? What clubs would they be in or lead? Did they win any awards? It should be obvious from their small yearbooks whether your students dug deep into the characters in their books. They may also learn that who we are as individuals is reflected in what we choose to do with our lives.

8. Book Report Cake

A purple birthday cake made out of a foam block and colored paper cut into wedges. On each wedge is a written paragraph.

Source: Mrs. Beattie’s Classroom

This project would be perfect for a book tasting in your classroom! Each student presents their book report in the shape of food. See the sandwich and pizza options above and check out this blog for more delicious ideas.

9. Current Events Comparison

Have students locate three to five current events articles a character in their book might be interested in. After they’ve found the articles, have them explain why the character would find them interesting and how they relate to the book. Learning about how current events affect time, place, and people is critical to helping develop opinions about what we read and experience in life.

10. Sandwich Book Report

a sandwich book report with different pieces of colored paper acting as ingredients for the sandwich, like lettuce, onion and tomato. Each ingredient has a written part of the book report.

Source: 123Homeschool4Me

Yum! You’ll notice a lot of our creative book report ideas revolve around food. In this project, each layer of this book report sandwich covers a different element of the book—characters, setting, conflict, etc. A fun adaptation of this project is the book report cheeseburger.

11. Book Alphabet

Choose 15 to 20 alphabet books to help give your students examples of how they work around themes. Then ask your students to create their own Book Alphabet based on the book they read. What artifacts, vocabulary words, and names reflect the important parts of the book? After they find a word to represent each letter, have them write one sentence that explains where the word fits in.

12. Peekaboo Book Report

a trifold poster board with a book report tacked to it and above the poster board a cutout of a person peering over

Source: Runde’s Room

Using cardboard lap books (or small science report boards), students include details about their book’s main characters, plot, setting, conflict, resolution, etc. Then they draw a head and arms on card stock and attach them to the board from behind to make it look like the main character is peeking over the report.

13. T-Shirt Book Report

an t-shirt illustrated with a book report written on it

Source: Pinterest/T-Shirt Book Report

Another fun and creative idea: Create a wearable book report with a plain white tee. Come up with your own using Sharpie pens and acrylic paint. Get step-by-step directions .

14. Book Jacket

Have students create a new book jacket for their story. Include an attractive illustrated cover, a summary, a short biography of the author, and a few reviews from readers.

15. Watercolor Rainbow Book Report

a poster with an image of alexander graham bell in the middle divided into segments, each with a different fact written on it

Source: Let’s Explore

This is great for biography research projects. Students cut out a photocopied image of their subject and glue it in the middle. Then, they draw lines from the image to the edges of the paper, like rays of sunshine, and fill in each section with information about the person. As a book report template, the center image could be a copy of the book cover, and each section expands on key information such as character names, theme(s), conflict, resolution, etc.

16. Act the Part

Have students dress up as their favorite character from the book and present an oral book report. If their favorite character is not the main character, retell the story from their point of view.

17. Pizza Box Book Report

a pizza box with a pizza drawn in, each slice of the pizza tells a different part of a book report

Source: Education World

If you’re looking for creative book report ideas that use upcycled materials, try this one using a pizza box. It works well for both nonfiction and fiction book reports. Each wedge of the pizza pie tells part of the story.

18. Bookmark

Have students create a custom illustrated bookmark including drawings and words from either their favorite chapter or the entire book.

19. Book Reports in a Bag

smiling children and their teacher posing with their paper bag book reports

Source: Sunday Dispatch

This project really encourages creative thinking. Students read a book and write a summary. Then, they decorate a paper grocery bag with a scene from the book, place five items that represent something from the book inside the bag, and present the bag to the class.

20. Reading Lists for Characters

Ask your students to think about a character in their book. What kinds of books might that character like to read? Take them to the library to choose five books the character might have on their to-be-read list. Have them list the books and explain what each book might mean to the character. Post the to-be-read lists for others to see and choose from—there’s nothing like trying out a book character’s style when developing your own identity.

21. File Folder Book Report

a book report made from a tri-folded manilla folder

Source: Appletastic Learning

Also called a lap book, this easy-to-make book report hits on all the major elements of a book study and gives students a chance to show what they know in a colorful way.

22. Collage

Create a collage using pictures and words that represent different parts of the book. Use old magazines or print pictures from the internet.

23. Book Report Triorama

a pyramid shaped paper form with details for a book report on each side

Source: Swarthmore Education

Who doesn’t love a multidimensional book report? This image shows a 3D model, but the link provides a lesson to show students how to glue four triangles together to make a 4D model.

24. Timeline

Have students create a timeline of the main events from their book. Be sure to include character names and details for each event. Use 8 x 11 sheets of paper taped together or a long portion of bulletin board paper.

25. Clothes Hanger Book Report Mobile

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Source: Anjanette Young

This creative project doesn’t require a fancy or expensive supply list. Students just need an ordinary clothes hanger, strings, and paper. The body of the hanger is used to identify the book, and the cards on the strings dangling below are filled with key elements of the book, like characters, setting, and a summary.

26. Public Service Announcement

If a student has read a book about a cause that affects people, animals, or the environment, teach them about public service announcements . Once they understand what a PSA is, have them research the issue or cause that stood out in the book. Then give them a template for a storyboard so they can create their own PSA. Some students might want to take it a step further and create a video based on their storyboard. Consider sharing their storyboard or video with an organization that supports the cause or issue.

27. Dodecahedron Book Report

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Source: Educator’s Life

Creative book report ideas think outside the box. In this case, it’s a ball! SO much information can be covered on the 12 panels, and it allows students to take a deep dive in a creative way.

28. Character Cards

Make trading cards (like baseball cards) for a few characters from the book. On the front side, draw the character. On the back side, make a list of their character traits and include a quote or two.

29. Paper Bag Book Report Books

a book constructed from folded paper bags, with notes sticking out of each flap

Source: Bright Concepts 4 Teachers

This clever book report is made from ordinary paper bags. Stack the paper bags on top of each other, fold them in half, and staple the closed-off ends of the bags together. Students can write, draw, and decorate on the paper bag pages. They can also record information on writing or drawing paper and glue the paper onto the pages. The open ends of the bags can be used as pockets to insert photos, cut-outs, postcards, or other flat items that help them tell their story.

30. Letter to the Author

Write a letter to the author of the book. Tell them three things you really liked about the story. Ask three questions about the plot, characters, or anything else you’re curious about.

31. Book Report Charm Bracelet

a book report made from a decorated hand traced onto paper, decorated with a charm bracelet, each charm telling one fact about the book

Source: Crayola

From the author of this lesson: “What a charming way to write a book report! Each illustrated bracelet charm captures a character, an event in the plot, setting, or other detail.”

32. Fact Sheet

Create a list of 10 facts that you learned from reading the book. Write your facts in complete sentences, and be sure that each fact is something that you didn’t know before you read the book.

33. Cereal Box TV Book Report

a book report made from a cereal box, paper towel rolls and paper

Source: The Cheese Thief

This book report project is a low-tech version of a television made from a cereal box and two paper towel rolls. Students create the viewing screen cut-out at the top, then insert a scroll of paper with writing and illustrations inside the box. When the cardboard roll is rotated, the story unfolds.

34. Be a Character Therapist

Therapists work to uncover their clients’ fears based on their words and actions. When we read books, we must learn to use a character’s actions and dialogue to infer their fears. Many plots revolve around a character’s fear and the work it takes to overcome that fear. Ask students to identify a character’s fear and find 8 to 10 scenes that prove this fear exists. Then have them write about ways the character overcame the fear (or didn’t) in the story. What might the character have done differently?

35. Mind Maps

Mind maps can be a great way to synthesize what students have learned from reading a book. Plus, there are so many ways to approach them. Begin by writing a central idea in the middle of the page. For example, general information, characters, plot, etc. Then branch out from the center with ideas, thoughts, and connections to material from the book.

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Elizabeth Mulvahill is a Contributing Editor with WeAreTeachers. She has taught elementary, literacy and small group intervention. She currently resides outside of Boulder, Colorado and loves learning new things, hearing people's stories and traveling the globe.

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