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No Way They Were Gay? – Pride Month, YA book Recommendation

Title: No Way, They Were Gay? Queer History Project Author: Lee Wind Publisher: Zest Books, 2021 Ages: 11+ 296 pages.  Genre: nonfiction Themes: Queer history, queer figures in history, lgbtqia+, historical bias Opening:History sounds really official. Like it’s all fact. But that’s not necessarily … Continue reading

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Kid Lit Interview – Lee Wind

I first met Lee at in August 2011 at the poolside LGBTQ meeting during the annual SCBWI summer conference in Los Angeles. I met several other wonderful kid lit people at thous meeting including Judy Blume and Emma Dryden. I guess these meetings … Continue reading

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Heather has two Mommies – 2015 Diversity Reading Challenge

Today’s book falls into category #12 and has just been updated and rereleased after 25 years. Title: Heather Has Two Mommies Written by: Leslea Newman Illustrated by: Laura Cornell Published by: Candlewick Press, 2015 (First published in 1989 by Tzivia … Continue reading

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