LGBTQ+ Book Review: Ana on the Edge

Ana on the Edge by A. J. Sass, published by Little Brown, 2020 The author A. J. Sass dedicates this book: To anyone who’s ever answered “no” when asked, “Are you a boy or a girl?” – or even just thought it silently to yourself. I see you. Twelve-year-old...

LGBTQ+ Book Review: Max and Friends

While presented in picture book format, these books are broken into short chapters, so they are excellent beginning-to-read books for early readers.  Book 1 takes place in kindergarten, Book 2 could be 2nd or 3rd grade, and Book 3 is upper elementary school as the...

LGBTQ+ Book Review: Meet Cute Diary

Meet Cute Diary by Emery Lee Published by Quill Tree Books, 2021 Sixteen-year-old Noah Ramirez is trans and triracial, white, Japanese, and Afro-Caribbean. Noah is living in Denver, Colorado for the summer with college age brother Brian, while their parents navigate...

LGBTQ+ Book Review: Gender Queer, A Memoir

Gender Queer, A Memoir by Maia Kobabe  Published by Lion Forge, LLC, 2019 Winner of the Alex Award, Stonewall Book Award, and nominated for an Ignatz Award and the Best Graphic Novels for Teens list from YALSA (Young Adult Library Services Association). The...

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