Celebrate Pride Month!

Happy Pride Month! Check out some of these books and celebrate the LGBTQ people in your life!

Pride: an Inspirational History of the LGBTQIA+ Movement
The LGBTQ+ community is so much more than rainbow flags and the month of June. In this beautifully designed dynamic book, young readers will learn about groundbreaking events, including historic pushes for equality and the legalization of same-sex marriages across the world…




Glenn Burke, Game Changer: the Man who Invented the High Five
An inspiring picture book biography about Glenn Burke, the first Major League Baseball player to come out as gay, and the story of how he created the high five, the world’s most recognizable handshake…



The Stonewall Riots: Making a Stand for LGBTQ Rights
Three teenagers–Natalia, Jax, and Rashad–are magically transported from their modern lives to the legendary Stonewall Inn in the summer of 1969. Escorted by Natalia’s eccentric abuela (and her pet cockatiel, Rocky), the friends experience the police raid firsthand and are thrown into the infamous riots that made the struggle for LGBTQ rights front-page news.



The Fairest in the Land
When Annabelle and Benjamin play dress-up they both want to be the bride, the ballerina, and the princess which causes a problem until the two friends realize they can both be whoever they want to be.




Marley’s Pride
It’s Pride! Marley longs to celebrate, but big crowds and loud noises make them anxious. Can they find a way to join the parade? Includes end notes about pronouns, protests, LGBTQIA+ resources, and more.



My Shadow is Purple
My Dad has a shadow that’s blue as a berry, and my Mum’s is as pink as a blossoming cherry. There’s only those choices, a 2 or a 1. But mine is quite different, it’s both and it’s none. A heartwarming and inspiring book about being true to yourself, by best-selling children’s book creator Scott Stuart. This story considers gender beyond binary in a vibrant spectrum of colour.


Emma and the Love Spell
Twelve-year-old, Korean American adoptee Emma Davidson has a problem. Two problems. Okay, 1. She has a crush on her best friend, Avangeline, that she hasn’t been able to share. 2. Avangeline now has to move out of their town because her parents are getting a divorce. 3. Oh, and Emma is a secret witch who can’t really control her powers…




Lulu Sinagtala and the City of Noble Warriors
Discovering that the creatures and deities of Tagalog myth are real when her mom is kidnapped, Lulu Sinagtala is drawn into a centuries-long war that threatens to throw the whole universe into chaos while trying to save her mom with her newfound powers.




Twelve-year-old nonbinary B forms a connection with an anxious stray dog, Gooseberry, prompting them to pursue their dream of becoming a dog trainer while navigating the complexities of trust and building a family in their newest foster home.



Lunar Boy
Indu, a boy from the moon, feels like he doesn’t belong. He hasn’t since he and his adoptive mom disembarked from their spaceship—their home—to live on Earth with their new blended family. The kids at school think he’s weird; he has a crush on his pen pal, who might not like him back; and his stepfamily doesn’t seem to know what to do with him. Worst of all, Indu can’t even talk to his mom about how he’s feeling because she’s so busy.