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LGBTQ: Staff Picks Masonry Block

PimaLib_JessicaP said:

Everyone loves a good opposites attract story, right? Well, here's one involving the oft soft-spoken cousin to the new princess of an African nation and…

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Need something to read this month? Check out these book recommendations from the Ravenous Readers team!
We gathered for the March Rainbow Reads meeting on March 17 (it was very green!) and shared our favorite recent LGBTQ+ reads (and a film…
Resources for kids covering a range of social-justice topics.
PimaLib_ChristineR said:

This book is fascinating both as a historical novel and in its character development. Now I Rise is the continuation of And I Darken. Lada has been given…

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Love is in the air, but we've only got so much time to read this week! Let's make it count with some comics!
PimaLib_ChristineR said:

Eisler just keeps getting better. As excited as I was to see Dox in Livia Lone's last installment, here we have all the major characters: Dox, Livia Lone,…

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Looking to read more LGBTQ+ books? We've got a book club for you! Come to either (or both): reading circle/book chat.
PimaLib_ChristineR said:

I recently watched a negative review of this. The reviewer said that she wanted more women characters who to be able to be strong while still in a traditional…

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PimaLib_ChristineR said:

I couldn't put this down. When my favorite character is a key, you know that the author has done some serious character development. There's no such stock…

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The 2019 winners of the Caldecott, Pura Belpré, and other awards for picture books, chosen by library staff across America
The 2019 winners of the Michael L. Printz, YALSA, and other awards for teens and young adults, chosen by library staff across America
Working on the Read Harder Challenge? Here's a list of books written by a woman and/or author of color that won a literary award in 2018!
Working on the Read Harder Challenge this year? Here are some options for comics—with and without superheroes—with queer creators.
Are you joining the Rainbow Reads Book Club in 2019? Join us on even months (February, April, etc.) to discuss these books!
Here's my story of what it's like to be out as nonbinary at work, and what this kind of inclusion can look like for others in the community.
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