After Wil comes out as a trans boy, his dad wants him to have the experiences he loved - including baseball camp. Wil doesn't know anything about baseball, but Taylor, the athletic son of queer moms, is determined that Wil get a hit before the summer ends.
Pigeon Pea has a lot of questions about their family and ancestors one afternoon. Auntie entrusts them with a magic cowrie shell that whisks Pigeon Pea back in time and across continents to visit with their great-great-great-great-great-great grandmothers and others, including their orisha.
Illustrated, inspiring poems for parents and young ones alike! Carefully and lovingly crafted by a diverse selection of writers and artists, there’s validation and affirmation to be found in each and every poetic pronunciation.
Daniela’s sad on her birthday, wishing the world could see her as the girl she knows herself to be inside. When Tulip the Birthday Wish Fairy reads her wish, he learns something new, breaks a few rules, and helps Daniela with her wish.
Tajalli, Mujtaba, and Aasiya just want a break from adult conversations. They go to check out the old garden in their new mosque building, and end up making a new friend and learning an important lesson about caring for the earth.
When Lulu’s dad reveals just before Christmas that she’s a woman and has changed her name, Lulu is very worried about the tags on her Christmas gifts – they all say the wrong name! With the help of her friend William and a lot of craft supplies, she fixes everything and goes on an adventure to make sure Santa gets the news in time.