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Pride Reads for Children and Teens


Pride Reads for Children and Teens

Picture Books & Storytime

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Red: A Crayon’s Story

by Michael Hall

The Boy & The Bindi 

by Vivek Shraya

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Harriet Gets Carried Away

by Jessie Sima

Jacob’s New Dress

by Sarah Hoffman


My Footprints

by Bao Phi


Pride Colors 

by Robin Stevenson


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Stella Brings The Family

Miriam B. Schiffer


This Day In June

by Gayle E. Pitman

Juvenile Fiction

The Best at It

by Maulik Pancholy


Felix Yz

by Lisa Bunker



by Alex Gino


Hurricane Child

by Kacen Callender


Hurricane Season

by Nicole Melleby


Ivy Aberdeen’s Letter to the World

by Ashley Herring Blake


The Moon Within

by Aida Salazar


Zenobia July

by Lisa Bunker


Juvenile Nonfiction

Gay & Lesbian History For Kids 

by Jerome Pohlen


I Am Jazz

by Jessica Herthel & Jazz Jennings


It Feels Good to Be Yourself: A Book About Gender Identity

by Theresa Thorn


Pride: The Story of Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag

by Rob Sanders


Stonewall: A Building. An Uprising. A Revolution

by Rob Sanders 


What Was Stonewall?

by Nico Medina


Who Are You?: The Kid’s Guide to Gender Identity

by Brook Pessin-Whedbee


Who Was Andy Warhol?

by Kirsten Anderson


Who Is Elton John?

by Kirsten Anderson


Who Was Harvey Milk?

by Corinne A. Grinapol


Who Was Sally Ride?

by Megan Stine



YA Fiction

Almost Perfect

by Brian Katcher


Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe

by Benjamin Alire Sáenz


Ashes to Asheville 

by Sarah Dooley


The Black Flamingo

by Dean Atta


The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue

by Mackenzi Lee


Girl Mans Up 

by M-E Girard


Highly Illogical Behavior 

by John Corey Whaley


It’s Not Like It’s a Secret 

by Misa Sugiura


Juliet Takes a Breath

by Gabby Rivera



by Suzanne Walker



by Akwaeke Emezi


Picture Us In the Light

by Kelly Loy Gilbert


Saving Montgomery Sole 

by Mariko Tamaki


This Is Kind of an Epic Love Story 

by Kacen Callender


Wonders of the Invisible World

by Christopher Barzak


YA Nonfiction


Beyond Magenta: Transgender Teens Speak Out

by Susan Kuklin


A Queer History of the United States for Young People: ReVisioning History for Young People

by Michael Bronski & Richie Chevat 


Queer: The Ultimate LGBT Guide for Teens 

by Kathy Belge & Marke Bieschke


Stonewall: Breaking Out in the Fight for Gay Rights

by Ann Bausum


This Book Is Gay 

by Juno Dawson & David Levithan


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