By Michael Barakiva
The last thing Alek Khederian wants to do at the end of his freshman year is go to summer school. That is, until he meets Ethan, his confident and free-spirited classmate. Find it in the catalog.
By Gabby Rivera
Juliet Milagros Palante, a self-described “Puerto Rican lesbian,” moves from the Bronx to Portland, Oregon to intern with her favorite feminist author. Find it in the catalog.
By Benjamin Alire Sáenz
Ari and Dante meet during the summer of 1987. Although they seem to have nothing in common at first, they forge a bond that changes their lives forever. Find it in the catalog.
By Katie Rain Hill
Katie Hill knew she was a girl when she was very young, but growing up as a transgender child is full of unique obstacles. This memoir follows Katie from childhood until college. Find it in the catalog.
By Emily M. Danforth
After Cameron’s parents die in a car crash, she moves in with her conservative grandmother and aunt in rural Montana. There, she meets Coley Taylor, a beautiful cowgirl. Find it in the catalog.
By Ashley Mardell
This nonfiction book by trusted educator and YouTuber Ash Hardell includes useful stories, pictures, links, and infographics to help readers learn more about the wide and wonderful world beneath the LGBTQIAA+ umbrella. Find it in the catalog.
By M-E Girard
Pen prefers her brother’s t-shirts over dresses and makeup, but her traditional family just doesn’t understand. Will Pen ever get to be the kind of girl she wants to be? Find it in the catalog.
By Meredith Russo
Amanda Hardy transfers to a new high school for her senior year. Like every other student, Amanda wants to fit in and make friends, but it’s hard to do that when she is also hiding a secret: she is transgender. Find it in the catalog.
By Annie-Marie McLemore
Miel and Sam are best friends with strange powers. Miel can grow roses from her wrists, and Sam is known for his mystical paintings. But when the mysterious and beautiful Bonner sisters want Miel’s roses, they will stop at nothing to get them. Find it in the catalog.
By Adam Silvera
Aaron Soto is still searching for happiness after his father’s suicide. Soon after, he meets Thomas, and the intensity of their friendship surprises everyone in Aaron’s life. Aaron considers turning to the Leteo Institute, an organization capable of altering his memories, to help him turn off his feelings for Thomas. Find it in the catalog.