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5 LGBTQ Children's Book Publishers to Watch

Children's literature is an important medium for shaping young minds, and it's crucial that it represents the diverse identities and experiences of all children. In recent years, there has been an increase in the number of LGBTQ children's books being published, and there are a number of LGBTQ-focused children's book publishers that are worth paying attention to.

  1. Magination Press: This publisher, which is an imprint of the American Psychological Association, focuses on books that promote mental health and well-being for children and teens. They have published a number of books that deal with LGBTQ themes and identities, including "And Tango Makes Three" and "The Family Book."

  2. Lee & Low Books: This independent publisher is known for its diverse and inclusive books for children, and they have a number of LGBTQ-themed books in their catalog, including "This Day in June" and "Red: A Crayon's Story."

  3. Little Bee Books: This publisher focuses on books that promote inclusivity and acceptance, and they have a number of LGBTQ-themed books in their catalog, including "Introducing Teddy" and "The Great Big Book of Families."

  4. Candlewick Press: This publisher has a number of LGBTQ-themed books in their catalog, including "Morris Micklewhite and the Tangerine Dress" and "Julián Is a Mermaid."

  5. Charlesbridge Publishing: This publisher focuses on books that promote diversity and inclusivity, and they have a number of LGBTQ-themed books in their catalog, including "The Boy & the Bindi" and "A Family is a Family is a Family."

These publishers have a proven track record of producing quality children's books that promote inclusivity and acceptance of LGBTQ identities and experiences. They are worth keeping an eye on for the latest in LGBTQ children's literature and for promoting diversity and inclusivity in the children's book industry.

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