• Scout Is Not A Band Kid

    Scout Is Not A Band Kid

    Armstrong, Jade

    Despite having zero trombone skills, Scout scams her way into the school band so that she can meet her all-time favorite comics creator. When she’s found out, she’s forced to work with first chair Merrin and the two discover that they had more in common than they thought.

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  • Galaxy

    Galaxy

    Axelrod, Jadzia

    In this trans allegory, Taylor is an alien princess trapped in the body of a teenage boy. In order to keep her people safe, she must remain covert…but it’s eating her alive. Her burgeoning friendship with the new girl in town helps her embrace her true self and stop hiding.

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  • Himawari House

    Himawari House

    Becker, Harmony

    Nao just graduated high school and decided to take a gap year at a sharehouse in Tokyo to reconnect with her Japanese roots. Living with other young adults negotiating their diasporic Asian identities, together they navigate the nuances of language, culture, and friendship.

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  • How to Be Ace

    How to Be Ace

    Burgess, Rebecca (Illustrator)

    Not understanding their peers’ obsession with dating and sex, Rebecca leaves secondary school early to attend art college. There they figure out that they are asexual and now have even more to work out about how relationships fit into their life.

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  • Onion Skin

    Onion Skin

    Camacho, Edgar

    Both at low points in their lives, Rolando and Nera cross paths at a rock concert and instantly connect. Eager to start anew, they hit the road in Nera’s food truck and embark on the next chapter of their lives.

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  • Dancing After TEN

    Dancing After TEN

    Chong, Vivian

    After being diagnosed with TEN (Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis), Vivian Chong starts losing her eyesight. In an attempt to process her illness and make sense of the world around her, she documents as much of her story as she can through drawing and narrative.

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  • Flamer

    Flamer

    Curato, Mike

    Aiden wants one summer of fun before he starts high school. But Boy Scout camp proves way more difficult than he thought as he confronts internalized homophobia, bullying, and challenging family dynamics.

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  • Across A Field of Starlight

    Across A Field of Starlight

    Delliquanti, Blue

    Two nonbinary youths confront fascism and nationalism in an exciting intergalactic story of clashing space empires.

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  • Huda F Are You?

    Huda F Are You?

    Fahmy, Huda

    For most of her life, Huda thought of herself at the hijabi girl—one of the only students at her school who was Muslim. But when she moves to another town where lots of people wear hijabs, she has to redefine her ideas about herself.

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  • Cheer Up!

    Cheer Up!

    Frasier, Crystal

    Annie is the smartest girl at school, but has a defiant streak. Bebe is her old friend who fears that people treat her like a mascot because she’s trans. The two rekindle their friendship (and maybe something more) when they both join the cheer squad.

    Format: Graphic Novel

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