Three LGTBQ bestsellers for young adults we love!

These LGTBQ bestsellers for YA are must reads. From history, fiction and non-fiction, these selections will delight, inspire and empower all:

Queer, There, and Everywhere: 23 People Who Changed the World by [Prager, Sarah]Queer, There, and Everywhere: 23 People Who Changed the World

by Sarah Prager

Kindle Price: $7.99

A New York Public Library Best Book of 2017 * A Chicago Public Library Best of the Best Book for Teens 2017

This first-ever LGBTQ history book of its kind for young adults will appeal to fans of fun, empowering pop-culture books like Rad American Women A-Z and Notorious RBG. Three starred reviews!

World history has been made by countless lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer individuals—and you’ve never heard of many of them.

All Out: The No-Longer-Secret Stories of Queer Teens throughout the Ages by [Mitchell, Saundra]All Out: The No-Longer-Secret Stories of Queer Teens throughout the Ages

by Saundra Mitchell

Kindle Price: $9.99

Take a journey through time and genres to discover stories where queer teens live, love and shape the world around them.

Seventeen young adult authors across the queer spectrum have come together to create a collection of beautifully written diverse historical fiction for teens.

From a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood set in war-torn 1870s Mexico featuring a transgender soldier, to two girls falling in love while mourning the death of Kurt Cobain, forbidden love in a sixteenth-century Spanish convent or an asexual girl discovering her identity amid the 1970s roller-disco scene, All Out tells a diverse range of stories across cultures, time periods and identities, shedding light on an area of history often ignored or forgotten.

The Miseducation of Cameron Post by [Danforth, Emily M.]The Miseducation of Cameron Post

by Emily M. Danforth

Kindle Price: $9.49

The acclaimed book behind the 2018 Sundance Grand Jury Prize-winning movie

The Miseducation of Cameron Post is a stunning and provocative literary debut that was named to numerous best of the year lists.

When Cameron Post’s parents die suddenly in a car crash, her shocking first thought is relief. Relief they’ll never know that, hours earlier, she had been kissing a girl.

But that relief doesn’t last, and Cam is forced to move in with her conservative aunt Ruth and her well-intentioned but hopelessly old-fashioned grandmother. She knows that from this point on, her life will forever be different. Survival in Miles City, Montana, means blending in and leaving well enough alone, and Cam becomes an expert at both.

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