Rainbow Book List

About

The Rainbow Book List is created by the Rainbow Book List Committee of the Rainbow Round Table of the American Library Association. Originally a joint project between the Rainbow Round Table (formerly Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Round Table) and the Social Responsibilities Round Table, the Rainbow Book List presents an annual bibliography of quality books with significant and authentic LGBQTIA+ content, which are recommended for people from birth through eighteen years of age.

To learn more about the committee, visit the Rainbow Book List Committee page.

18 Responses to "About"

The Rainbow List is a fantastic resource – I’m so happy it is there for everyone, and I’m really proud to be one of your Links!
Namaste,
Lee

“I’m Here. I’m Queer. What the Hell do I Read?” at http://www.leewind.org

Thanks for the lists. Our Family Explorations -California Families Day celebrates all families especially welcoming those with LGBTQ members. We reflect this in the books for sale in our Museum Store.

Great list, thanks. Lots of good books for me and my daughter.

I run a blog for LGBT Immigration stories and would like to know if you would be willing to do a link exchange for each others blog?

http://lgbtculture.wordpress.com/

Thanks;

Beau

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