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Celebrate Pride every day of the year with Indigo's top LGBTQ2+ books. Discover our selection of great titles, from books by LGBTQ2+ authors to stories featuring queer characters, and more. Here, we've rounded up some great LGBTQ2+ books for kids, teens, and adults.

Top LGBTQ2+ Books

Discover compelling fiction and non-fiction books from LGBTQ2+ and gender-diverse authors.

People Change by Vivek Shraya
Trans author Vivek Shraya explores the idea of change: why we fear it, why we're drawn to it, why it traps us, and so much more.

Love That Story by Jonathan Van Ness
The second memoir from the non-binary Queer Eye star features essays on HIV/AIDS awareness, body positivity, grief, and more.

Delilah Green Doesn't Care by Ashley Herring Blake
A fun and lighthearted rom-com about taking chances and falling in love with those you least expect.

Top LGBTQ2+ Books for Teens

Find great reads, from coming-of-age stories to graphic novels, featuring LGBTQ2+ characters for teens.

Heartstopper #1: A Graphic Novel by Alice Oseman An unputdownable #BookTok sensation—and now a hit Netflix show—that explores friendship, teenhood, and coming out.

One True Me and You by Remi K. England Sparks fly in this heartwarming meet-cute, involving a fandom convention, a teen beauty pageant, and characters you'll adore.

Here's to Us by Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera
A second-chance romance set in New York and the sequel to #1 New York Times bestseller, What If It's Us.

Top LGBTQ2+ Books for Kids

Introduce little ones to Pride and diversity with storytime reads that celebrate the LGBTQ2+ community.

Being You: A First Conversation About Gender by Megan Madison, Jessica Ralli & Anne/Andy Passchier
This delightful board book helps parents raise meaningful conversations around gender with littles through lively illustrations and interactive words.

Grandad's Camper by Harry Woodgate
A heartwarming picture book that touches on life after loss, after a young girl's grandfather loses his partner.

Be Amazing: A History of Pride by Desmond Napoles
Parents and kids can learn about the history of the LGBTQ2+ community and its many key figures, from Marsha P. Johnson to RuPaul, in this vibrant picture book.