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Sometimes You Have to Lie (but not in this interview): A Talk With Author Leslie Brody

Today, author Leslie Brody and I discuss Louise Fitzhugh, the times in which she lived, her genius life (and too soon death), and the coded, comforting messages she left in her books for the LGBTQIA+ kids out there.

Review of the Day: King and the Dragonflies by Kacen Callender

I’m late to the party in celebrating this book, but now that I’m here, let’s dance until dawn! This is one book that kids and adults alike will read and never ever forget.

Dual Cover Reveal & Interview: NO WAY, THEY WERE GAY? Hidden Lives and Secret Loves by Lee Wind

He’s been blogging about LGBTQIA+ kid and teen books for 13 years. His latest middle grade work of nonfiction reexamines the history so many kids haven’t been taught, shining a light on some of the amazing stuff he’s discovered.

Frog and Toad Were More Than Friends: A Guest Post by Kyle Lukoff

“While I don’t want queerness to always be relegated to the shadows, overhead lighting doesn’t do anyone any favors, either.” Kyle Lukoff tells us tales of Frogs and Toads, secret rooms, and the longstanding tradition of queer values in children’s literature.