Good Comics for Kids
May 11, 2023 by Amanda MacGregor
Buttigieg wants readers to know they are never alone. He shows that you get to write your own story. A hopeful and comforting look at a life that finally feels like it fits.
May 8, 2023 by Amanda MacGregor
Daniel was the funniest person I’ve known, and I believe I have brought him back to life within the pages of our book. I’m sharing him with the rest of the world, which was my ultimate goal.
March 14, 2023 by Amanda MacGregor
This raw, emotional, experimental story is a powerful read. In turns melancholy, brutal, and funny, this is an innovative look at loneliness and sexuality.
July 15, 2022 by Amanda MacGregor
This book is so sweet. We need this middle grade book with sweet gay boys finding first love and connection.
July 14, 2022 by Amanda MacGregor
How might life be different for a gay teenager living on a farm, in a rural community? What challenges might he face that a gay teenager in an urban community would not?
June 27, 2022 by Amanda MacGregor
Part travel adventure, part magical mystery, and part personal quest for identity and direction, this was a joy to read.
June 16, 2022 by Amanda MacGregor
This book is my proudest accomplishment, and I hope that young, marginalized, underrepresented teens of the future who look like me won’t have to travel the world just to see themselves in a story.
June 7, 2022 by Amanda MacGregor
When I was growing up, if I had a big feeling about something, books were the first place I turned…but there was nothing on the shelves that could have helped me learn about being queer, or trans, or autistic.
February 28, 2022 by Amanda MacGregor
Being a writer was always something I aspired to, but I think that if someone told me that I’d spend months working on a manuscript and then I’d change protagonists and perspectives and rewrite the whole story from scratch, I’d probably faint and decide to aspire to being a car salesman or something.
February 9, 2021 by Amanda MacGregor
On rom-coms and insta-love: "As an author of queer YA, I get to take it one step further. I can break the trope apart and put it back together the way I want—celebrating the similarities and differences of queer love in all its forms."
Good Comics for Kids
by Steven Engelfried
Teen Librarian Toolbox
by Amanda MacGregor
The Classroom Bookshelf
by Grace Enriquez
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