• The Best at It

    The Best at It

    Pancholy, Maulik

    Chapter book: Rahul Kapoor, a rising seventh grader, is panicked about fitting in at middle school. His grandfather tells him to find something he's really good at but Rahul finds that difficult. Adding to Rahul's anxiety, his Indian uncles keep suggesting that he might be gay, and the neighborhood bully taunts him about it too.

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  • Adventures With My Daddies

    Adventures With My Daddies

    Peter, Gareth

    Picture book: This story about two dads and their child is a reflection of their love of reading stories together and their most important story of how they came to be a family. The story touches briefly on the variety of families that exist and adoption.

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  • My Maddy

    My Maddy

    Pitman, Gayle E.

    Picture book: A child celebrates her Maddy, who is neither mommy nor daddy but a little bit of both, like so many things in nature. Includes note to parents.

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  • The Light of You

    The Light of You

    Reese, Trystan

    Picture book: A new baby is joining the family, and the whole community joins in the celebrate! Bringing gifts to celebrate the baby with art, music, jokes, cuddles and delicious food, they also bring their love and support for the pregnant transgender dad who will give birth to the baby soon!

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  • Stitch by Stitch

    Stitch by Stitch

    Sanders, Rob

    Nonfiction: Determined not to let history forget those who died of AIDS, activist Cleve Jones creates a memorial quilt to commemorate the lives of those lost and bring awareness to the disease.

    Format: Book

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  • Stonewall

    Stonewall

    Sanders, Rob

    Nonfiction: Describes the Stonewall Riots in New York City in 1969, which sparked the gay liberation movement in the United States, and details the history of LGBTQ rights since the riots.

    Format: Book

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  • Ellen Outside the Lines

    Ellen Outside the Lines

    Sass, A. J.

    Chapter book: Ellen, an autistic thirteen-year-old, navigates a new city, shifting friendships, a growing crush, and her queer and Jewish identities while on a class trip to Barcelona, Spain.

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  • He's My Mom!

    He's My Mom!

    Savage, Sarah

    Easy nonfiction: This brightly illustrated book for children aged 3 - 7 will aid discussion with children about a loved one transitioning or about trans people in general. Featuring a child with a mom who has transitioned, this book passes on an important message about acceptance and respect, and covers pronouns, dysphoria, family diversity and misgendering. She's My Dad is another book in this series!

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  • The Deep & Dark Blue

    The Deep & Dark Blue

    Smith, Niki

    Graphic novel: With capable worldbuilding and a positive look at transgender identity, Smith's debut graphic novel is likely to win over young fans of queer fantasy.

    Format: Graphic Novel

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  • Artie and the Wolf Moon

    Artie and the Wolf Moon

    Stephens, Olivia

    Graphic novel: Artie, a middle schooler and a budding photographer discovers that she and her mom are both werewolves! They return to the place where her mom grew up as part of a werewolf pack so that Artie can learn about her family history. Unexpected discoveries are made while forging new friendships and love interests.

    Format: Graphic Novel

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