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The Art of Being Normal
by: Lisa Williamson

The Art of Being Normal follows David Piper, who has always been an outsider. Everybody thinks that he is gay, but, secretly, David wants to be a girl, which David still hasn't admitted outside of two people.

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Symptoms of Being Human
by: Jeff Garvin

Riley Cavanaugh is a lot of things. They love punk rock, are rebellious, and gender fluid. Some days, Riley identifies as a boy, others, a girl, so his therapist suggests starting a blog to help them find support.

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Simon vs. The Homo-Sapiens Agenda
by: Becky Albertalli

Simon is gay, but he is not out yet. But, when an email falls into the wrong hands, he is blackmailed, risking his own sexual identity and the identity of his anonymous chat partner, Blue. 

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When the Moon Was Ours
by: Anna-Marie McLemore

In this mystical novel, Miel and Sam are companions, but must beware the four sisters who seek to steal the flowers that grow out of Miel's wrists. And, they're willing to expose everything Miel has tried to hide to get them. 

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Of Fire and Stars
by: Audrey Coulthurst

Mynaria, Princess of Dennaleia knows her arranged marriage will seal the security of her kingdom and people. But, her affinity for fire and her feelings for the sister of her betrothed challenges the security she desires for her subjects.

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Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic
by: Alison Bechedel

Alison's household was anything but normal, where her father, an established preservationalist and English teacher is involved with one of his students and the family babysitter. But, Alison has her own experience that she needs to reveal.

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Freak Boy
by: Kristin Elizabeth Clark

In Freak Boy's killer verse, it tells three stories in one: Brendan's exploration of gender, Vanessa's fight to keep their relationship alive, and Angel's fight to confront her own demons.

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If I Was Your Girl
by: Meredith Russo

Amanda is the new girl at school, and she is determined to leave her past a secret to herself. But, as she meets Grant, she can't help but let him into her life. Will telling him the truth turn him away?

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Geography Club
by: Brent Hartingger

Russel thinks he is the only gay kid at his school. That is, until he meets Russel. Soon they begin to find that there are many people who are just like them, and they want to establish a safe place to meet and hang out and be themselves. Thus, the Geography Club is created.

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None of the Above
by: I.W. Gregorio

Kristin's life is perfect-- Homecoming Queen, a perfect boyfriend, and a full scholarship for college hurdles. But, her first sexual interaction reveals that Kristin is intersex, and, once this is exposed, Kristin must find a new version of her own identity.

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The Miseducation of Cameron Post
by: Emily M. Danforth

When Cameron's parents die in a car accident, she feels relieved. At least they would never find out she was gay, right? When Cameron goes to live with her aunt and grandmother, it's a whole new ballgame.

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The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet
by: Becky Chambers

A brilliant science fiction novel where individuals must cooperate to navigate a spacecraft through space, The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet questions the human perception of gender and experience.

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