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Out In Schools Anti-Homophobia Films for Youth  by  Chandra-Herbert, Romi
Copyright  2012  Grades  10-12  
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This powerful collection of films made by and for youth presents young people exploring their sexual attraction to others and their sexual orientation. The films are current, up-to-date, and well-mad...+read more
Hello My Name is Bob  by  Alsenas, Linus
Copyright  2009  Grades  K-3  
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Even though Bob and Jack are two very different bears, it turns out that they are best friends. This picture book provides a humourous entry to a discussion of differences. ...+read more
Two Boys Kissing  by  Levithan, David
Copyright  2013  Grades  8-12  
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Based on real events, this is the story of four different LGBTQ couples/teens and their struggle for acceptance. In a unique style twist, it is narrated by an unusual omniscient spirit who represents ...+read more
And Tango Makes Three  by  Richardson, Justin; Parnell, Peter
Copyright  2005  Grades  K-3  
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This is the true story of Roy and Silo, two male Central Park Zoo penguins, who want to be parents. Thanks to an enterprising zookeeper, they are given an egg to hatch. The result is Tango, their peng...+read more
Sticks and Stones    
Copyright  2001  Grades  5-7  
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In this short Canadian documentary, elementary-aged children talk about their non-traditional families, e.g. same-sex parents, and how this affects them. The children discuss the impact of being teas...+read more
Born This Way: Real Stories of Growing Up Gay  by  Vitagliano, Paul
Copyright  2012  Grades  9-12  
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This is a collection of 100 short, easy to read, candid stories and accompanying childhood photographs covering the diversity of the LGBTQ experience. It is appropriate for LGBTQ people as well as the...+read more
Feelings Book, The  by  Parr, Todd
Copyright  2000  Grades  K-1  Career Education
 
This picture book for early primary children features bold, kid-friendly illustrations and portrays children expressing all different moods, from "I feel very mad" and "I feel like reading books all d...+read more
Inferno  by  Stevenson, Robin
Copyright  2009  Grades  9-12  
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Dante is a strong, independent thinking lesbian teenager struggling to fit in at her new high school in the suburbs. When her only friend moves away she falls under the influence of Parker and her gan...+read more
Not Every Princess  by  Bone, Jeffrey; Bone, Lisa
Copyright  2014  Grades  K-7  
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This simply written and beautifully illustrated picture book contains a powerful message: stereotypical gender roles should not limit children's imagination, dreams or aspirations....+read more
Tale of Two Mommies, A  by  Oelschlager, Vanita
Copyright  2011  Grades  K-2  
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"A Tale of Two Mommies" is a beach conversation among three children in which a little boy with two mommies is asked about the activities his moms are involved in. As the children talk, it’s clear thi...+read more
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