Sunday, December 25, 2016

20 Upcoming 2017 YA Books About Girls Who Like Girls: 70s Feels, Jewish Teens, and Performing Mermaids | #DiversityBoost

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2017 is a fantastic year for everyone who loves to read about sapphic women! I'll be buying many of these fantastic books. 

Do yourself a favor, diversify your shelf and add all those fantastic books to your TBR!









THE CURSED QUEEN - Sarah Fine
The sequel to THE IMPOSTOR QUEEN featuring a protagonist that wields ice and fire magic. (Jan 3rd, 2017, Margaret K. McElderry) Goodreads

THE YOU I'VE NEVER KNOWN - Ellen Hopkins
A girl finds out she's been kidnapped by her dad and her mother isn't dead but has been searching for her ever since. (Jan 24th 2017, Margaret McElderry Books) Goodreads

OUR OWN PRIVATE UNIVERSE - Robin Talley
A bisexual girl goes on a youth mission trip to Mexico and falls in love. (Jan 31st 2017, Harlequin Teen) Goodreads

WE ARE OKAY - Nina La Cour
A contemporary tackling grief and the power of friendship. (Feb 14th 2017, Dutton Books for Young Readers) Goodreads



10 THINGS I CAN SEE FROM HERE - Carrie Mac
A girl with anxiety falls in love with a girl that's not scared of anything. (Feb 28th 2017, Afred A. Knopf Books For Young Readers) Goodreads

QUEENS OF GEEK - Jen Wilde
A bisexual girls falls in love during Comic Con. (Mar 14th 2017, Swoon Reads) Goodreads





MEG & LINUS - Hanna Nowinski
When a girl breaks up with her girlfriend she gets invested in getting her best friend together with his boy crush. (Apr 18th 2017, Swoon Reads) Goodreads

NOTEWORTHY - Riley Redgate
A bisexual girl in a capella camp! (May 2nd 2017, Amulet Books) Goodreads



HOW TO MAKE A WISH - Ashley Herring Blake
A bisexual abuse survivor falls in love with a girl that's struggling with grief. (May 2nd 2017, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) Goodreads


RAMONA BLUE - Julie Murphy
From the author of DUMPLIN' comes a novel set in the Mississippi Gulf Coast. (May 9th 2017, Balzer + Bray) Goodreads


THE GALLERY OF UNFINISHED GIRLS - Lauren Karcz
Set in a mysterious gallery that combines painting with magic, a Latina falls in love. (July 25th 2017, HarperTeen) Goodreads

LITTLE & LION - Brandy Colbert
A bisexual Black and Jewish girl is trying to be there for her stepbrother who's been recently diagnosed with bipolar disorder when she falls in love with his ex-girlfriend. (Aug 2017, Little, Brown Books) Goodreads


DRESS CODES FOR SMALL TOWNS - Courtney C. Stevens
A girl comes to terms with the gray areas of love, gender, and sexuality. (2017, HarperCollins) Goodreads


(covers not yet revealed but not any less exciting)



RIPTIDE SUMMER - Lisa Freeman
A contemporary set in the 70s about a bisexual surfer girl that secretly spends the nights with another girl (May 2nd 2017, Sky Pony Press) Goodreads

THE SEAFARER'S KISS - Julia Ember
A bisexual retelling of The Little Mermaid. (May 2017, Interlude Press) Goodreads

KISS/KILL - Amy Rose Capetta
A teen wins a Broadway role and falls in love with a lighting designer. (2017, Candlewick) Goodreads

KALEIDOSCOPE SONG - Fox Benwell
Set in South Africa, a girl who loves music falls in love when she sneaks out to see a live radio broadcast. (2017, Simon & Schuster) Goodreads

LIKE WATER - Rebecca Podos
A bisexual girl tries to forget that she may inherit a genetic illness by becoming a performing mermaid. (2017, Balzer and Bray) Goodreads

THE CERULEAN - Amy Ewing
In a sapphic Utopia everyone has three mothers and a girl is sacrificed every 100 years to be abandoned on a planet. (2017, HarperTeen) Goodreads

THAT INEVITABLE VICTORIAN THING - E.K. Johnston
Set in a near-future this is about online dating and has a bisexual protagonist. (2017, Dutton Children's Books) Goodreads



Which one sound the most interesting to you?

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