|Austrian||Worm Loves Worm|
Nothing can stand in the way of Worm and Worm's wedding, because they are in love with each other.
|Brannen||Uncle Bobby’s Wedding|
Chloë is jealous when Uncle Bobby announces his wedding, until she realizes she'll soon have two uncles who love her.
|de Haan||King & King|
When the queen insists that the prince get married, his search for a spouse does not go as expected. See also King & King & Family.
|Genhart||Rainbow: A First Book of Pride|
Children from different kinds of families demonstrate the meanings of the colors in the rainbow flag, and then come together at a Pride parade.
|Haack||Maiden & Princess|
When a maiden attends a ball for the prince, she surprises everyone by finding true love with someone else. See also Prince & Knight.
|Herthel||I Am Jazz!|
Jazz shares her experiences as a young transgender girl.
|Lindenbaum||Mini Mia and Her Darling Uncle|
Ella deals with jealous feelings when a new man named Fergus walks into her beloved Uncle Tommy’s kitchen.
|Lukoff||When Aidan Became a Brother|
Aidan, a transgender boy, experiences complicated emotions as he and his parents prepare for the arrival of a new baby.
|Newman||Donovan’s Big Day|
Donovan painstakingly prepares for his special role in the wedding ceremony of his two mothers.
|O'Leary||A Family Is a Family Is a Family|
A classroom's families are different in many ways, but they are the same in the one way that matters most of all.
|Oelschlager||A Tale of Two Mommies|
A young boy describes how his two mommies help him with all his needs. See also A Tale of Two Daddies.
|Pitman||This Day in June|
Readers are welcomed to experience the joy and unity of a Pride celebration. See also A Church for All.
|Richardson||And Tango Makes Three|
At New York City’s Central Park Zoo, two male penguins start a family by taking turns sitting on an abandoned egg until it hatches.
|Schiffer||Stella Brings the Family|
Stella brings her two fathers to school to celebrate Mother's Day.
|Scotto||Jerome by Heart|
From sharing jokes to planning future adventures in the Himalayas, Raphael expresses his love for his friend Jerome.
|Silverman||Jack (Not Jackie)|
Susan loves her baby sister, but as Jackie grows older, Susan must accept that her sibling is a brother, Jack, instead.
Babies and toddlers are introduced to the Pride flag and the meaning behind each color.
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|Thom||From the Stars in the Sky to the Fish in the Sea|
A magical gender variant child brings transformation and change to the world around them thanks to their mother's enduring love.
|Polacco||In Our Mothers’ House|
Three young children experience the joys and challenges of being raised by two mothers.
|J Illus. Polacco|
|Pitman||Sewing the Rainbow: The Story of Gilbert Baker and the Rainbow Flag|
In 1970s San Francisco, a young man designs a colorful flag that will eventually become the international symbol of the gay rights movement.
|Sanders||Stonewall: A Building, an Uprising, a Revolution|
The history of the Stonewall Inn and the 1969 riots which sparked the gay liberation movement in the United States.
|Simon||All Kinds of Families|
Multicultural and multigenerational people demonstrate what being in a family means and how all families offer each other support and love.
|Thomas||This Is My Family: A First Look at Same-Sex Parents|
Introduces children to families that have parents of the same sex.
|Thorn||It Feels Good to Be Yourself: A Book About Gender Identity|
This straightforward exploration of gender identity provides children and their caregivers with the vocabulary to discuss the topic sensitively.
Last Updated: 9/19