Mom and Mum Are Getting Married! - by Ken Setterington, illustrated by Alice Priestley. When Mom announces, "Your Mum and I are getting married!" they can't wait to start planning the big day. Rosie has so many questions. Will she get to be a flower girl? Can she get a new dress? Will there be food and a fabulous wedding cake? At this party, family, friends and fun come together for a joyous celebration of love in a changing world.

Mom and Mum are Getting Married! by Ken Setterington, illustrated by Alice Priestly (E PRI)

Heather Has Two Mommies - by Leslea Newman, illustrated by Diana Souza. "Heather's favorite number is two. She has two arms, two eyes, two ears, two hands, and two feet. Heather has two pets: a ginger-colored cat named Gingersnap and a big black dog named Midnight. Heather also has two mommies: Mama Kate and Mama Jane."

Heather has Two Mommies by Leslea Newman, illustrated by Diana Souza (E NEW)

Be Who You Are - by Jennifer Carr, illustrated by Ben Rumback. Nick was born in a boy's body, but has always felt like a girl inside. Nick's family supports him when he says he no longer wants to be called a boy or dress like a boy; "Always remember to be who you are Nick. Remember that we love you, and we are so proud of you." (page 17). Nick's parents find a group for families like theirs. With their support, Nick expresses a desire to be addressed as "she", and then to be named "Hope."

Be Who You Are, a book by Jennifer Carr, mother of a "gender diverse" child

Split Screen: Attack of the soul-sucking brain zombies - by Brent Hartinger. Two books in one tell of sixteen-year-old friends Russel, who is gay, and Min, who is bisexual, as they face separate romantic troubles while working as extras on the set of a horror movie.

Split Screen: Attack of the Soul-Sucking Brain Zombies

Rainbow Road - by Alex Sanchez. While driving across the United States during the summer after high school graduation, three young gay men encounter various bisexual and homosexual people and make some decisions about their own relationships and lives.

Rainbow Road - by Alex Sanchez. While driving across the United States during the summer after high school graduation, three young gay men encounter various bisexual and homosexual people and make some decisions about their own relationships and lives.

Rainbow Boys - by Alex Sanchez. Three high school seniors, a jock with a girlfriend and an alcoholic father, a closeted gay, and a flamboyant gay rights advocate, struggle with family issues, gay bashers, first sex, and conflicting feelings about each other.

Rainbow Boys by Alex Sanchez, available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

No Girls Allowed: Tales of daring women dressed as men for love, freedom, and adventure - by Susan Hughes, illustrated by Willow Dawson. Based on legends, poems, letters and first-hand accounts, these seven biographical tales tell of women who disguised themselves as men. From ancient Egypt to the 19th century, this historically accurate graphic treatment transports readers to bygone eras. For the sake of freedom, ambition, love or adventure, these women risked everything.

No Girls Allowed: Tales of Daring Women Dressed as Men for Love, Freedom and Adventure by Susan Hughes, illustrated by Willow Dawson (Kids Can Press)

My Princess Boy: A mom's story about a young boy who loves to dress up - by Cherly Kilodavis, illustrated by Suzanne DeSimone.  four-year-old boy loves dressing up in princess clothing. "A nonfiction picture book about acceptance ... to give children and adults a tool to talk about unconditional friendship"

My Princess Boy: A mom's story about a young boy who loves to dress up - by Cherly Kilodavis, illustrated by Suzanne DeSimone. four-year-old boy loves dressing up in princess clothing. "A nonfiction picture book about acceptance ... to give children and adults a tool to talk about unconditional friendship"

King and King - by Linda de Haan and Stern Nijland. When the queen insists that the prince get married and take over as king, the search for a suitable mate does not turn out as expected.

King and King Linda de Haan The best LGBT children& books – sweet celebrations of diversity and difference, from Maurice Sendak to the real-life story of a gay penguin family, by way of grandmothers and kings:

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