These coming out stories — including Mr. Loverman by Bernardine Evaristo and Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit by Jeanette Winterson — range in ages, gender, religion, culture, race, and class, showing how coming out is an individual experience.
Libraries are more than just books! Did you know many libraries will let you borrow musical instruments, tools, seeds, and more?
These new middle grade graphic novels for summer and fall, including Tidesong by Wendy Xu, will keep your young readers — and you! — hooked.
In this list of books for autistic children, find books for and about autistic kids, informational books, and sensory books for kids, including A Boy Called Bat.
We’re rich with outstanding LGBTQ+ memoirs right now, and these should make an appearance on your summer TBR. Check out A History of My Brief Body by Billy-Ray Belcourt and other great queer memoirs.
Supporting anti-racist ideas should begin in childhood. Kickstart those important conversations with these anti-racist middle grade books.
We’re asking Netflix to adapt these excellent recent LGBTQ+ books, including Real Life by Brandon Taylor.
While you might not recognize the names of all these famous libraries from movies and TV, you've probably seen them on the screen.
Inspire the kids to get outside with kids’ books about the outdoors, including Fatima’s Great Outdoors by Ambreen Tariq and Stevie Lewis.
A dive into the history of the dime novel, the cheap and affordable format that helped put books into the hands of the working class.