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Children and teenagers Children's books: For younger young adults, age 10 up. It helped immensely just to read about someone who was having similar thoughts like my own. In addition to featuring stunning art, the book is also incredibly inclusive as the story delves into each diverse character, making Lumberjanes the perfect Pride Month read. Real favourite in our house. Every Day by David Levithan was also amazing because its main character switched bodies every day, changing genders and sexualities with his body. Gaven Gaven, 1 by J.

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What are the best LGBT books for children, teenagers and YAs?

There's going to be an be an LGBT focus to all our activity on the site this week, including something for all ages. Want to Read saving…. On email, Christy Rarely feel the urge to comment but could you consider adding some memoir? Alice, site member I am 18 and have been reading voraciously throughout my teens so I have a few books to recommned. Of course, you should be mixing gay books into your to-be-read pile no matter what time of year, but this month, as you celebrate Pride, queer books can be the perfect way to explore the breadth and diversity of the LGBTQ community.

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Alice Osemanyear-old author of Solitaire published July I'm a teenager. Ravyn books 52 friends. David Levithanauthor of Two Boys Kissing Francesca Lia Block's Weetzie Bat opened my mind to the notion that life and circumstance are as much about music they are about plot, by combining the fantastical with the painful. It's the sort of book I wish I'd had when I was younger, but I'm so so happy it's in the world for teens today. To that end, if you are looking for a darker read this month, make sure you check out Caleb Roehrig's Last Seen Leaving. Great re-tellings in novel form of classic fairy tale motifs where issues such as sexuality and gender stereotypes are dealt with in the background of great story telling.