|Austrian||Worm Loves Worm|
Which one will be the bride and groom is the question when two worms marry.
|Acosta||I Love My Colorful Nails|
Ben likes painting his nails, until some of the kids at school tease him. When Dad realizes why Ben is sad, he decides to paint his nails, too.
Because Neither is unlike both the rabbits and the birds of the Land of This and That, it sets out to find a place where all creatures are welcome.
|Baldacchino||Morris Micklewhite and the Tangerine Dress|
A young boy faces adversity from classmates when he wears an orange dress at school.
Chicks of all ilks work together to puzzle out how to respond to a sign forbidding chicks from attending the Rocket Club meeting.
|Birdsong||I Will Be Fierce!|
It's a brand-new day, and a young girl decides to take on the world like a brave explorer heading off on an epic fairytale quest.
|Gale||Ho'onani: Hula Warrior|
Ho'onani, who feels in between wahine (girl) and kane (boy), dreams of leading her school's all-male dance troupe.
|Gonzalez||They, She, He, Me: Free to Be!|
Pronouns serve to expand ideas about gender and celebrate personal expression.
|Hall||Red: A Crayon's Story as Told by Me!|
A crayon mistakenly labeled "red" suffers an identity crisis.
|Herthel||I Am Jazz|
The story of a transgender child, based on the real-life experience of Jazz Jennings, now an activist for trans kids.
|Hoffman||Jacob's New Dress|
Jacob, who likes to wear dresses at home, convinces his parents to let him wear a dress to school, too.
|Howe||Big Bob, Little Bob|
Big Bob likes trucks and being loud. Little Bob likes dolls and being quiet. Can they be friends?
|Howley||Big Boys Cry|
As they walk to his new school, a frightened Levi and his father learn that it is okay for big boys to cry.
|Kilodavis||My Princess Boy|
Inspired by her son, who loves dressing in princess clothing, this is one mother's story about unconditional love.
|Love||Julian Is a Mermaid|
Inspired by women on the subway, who are dressed as brilliant mermaids, Julian sets about creating his own mermaid costume.
|Lukoff||When Aidan Becomes a Brother|
Aidan, a transgender boy, experiences complicated emotions as he and his parents prepare for the arrival of a new baby.
|Negley||Mary Wears What She Wants|
Once upon a time, only boys wore pants, until one day, a girl named Mary wore whatever she wanted. And she wanted to wear pants!
Casey wants a shimmery skirt and painted nails like his older sister, Jessie, but Jessie does not at first approve.
Encourages boys to love themselves as they are, advising them to be confident, curious, adaptable, and willing to speak up.
|Shraya||The Boy & the Bindi|
A young boy is fascinated with the dot on his mother's forehead.
|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.
|Spanyol||Clive and his Hats|
A gentle, affectionate book, celebrating diversity and challenging gender stereotypes.
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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.
|Thorn||It Feels Good to Be Yourself: A Book About Gender identity|
A picture book that introduces the concept of gender identity.
|Toht||Dress Like a Girl|
Girls dress in space suits, police officer uniforms, and lab coats, demonstrating that girls can be anything they want to be.
|Trimmer||Teddy's Favorite Toy|
A mom goes to great lengths to rescue her son’s favorite doll.
When Mike discovers that his rough-and-tumble new puppy is a female, he tries to make her into a dainty dog.
William's father gives him a basketball and a train, but these do not make him want a doll less.
Last Updated: 10/19