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Children's Literature • Award Book Resources: Stonewall Book Award

Welcome! This guide features information about award books located the library's juvenile collection.

Stonewall Book Awards in the Library

Stonewall Book Awards

Stonewall Book Award titles part of Archer Library's juvenile collection. Explore award winner and honor books in the juvenile collection by searching for "Stonewall Book Award" in the library catalog. Award winners by year are featured below.

Stonewall Book Awards

 Year  Title  Author  Call Number
2010 The Vast Fields of Ordinary Burd, Nick PZ7.B9165 Vas 2009 
2011 Almost Perfect Katcher, Brian
2012 Putting Makeup on the Fat Boy Wright, Bil
2013 Aristotle and Dante Sáenz, Benjamin Alire PZ7.S1273 Ar 2012
2014 Beautiful Music for Ugly Children Cronn-Mills, Kirstin PZ7.C88149 Be 2012
2015 This Day in June Gayle E. Pittman PZ8.3.P562 Th 2014
2016 George Geno, Alex PZ7.G4387 Geo 2015
2017 Magus Chase and the Gods of Asgard Riordan, Rick
2018 Little & Lion Colbert, Brandy PZ7.C6716 Lit 2017
2018 The 57 Bus Slater, Dashka HV6618 .S56 2017
2019 Hurricane Child Callender, Kheryn PZ7.C317 Hu 2018
2020 When Aidan Became a Brother Lukoff, Kyle PZ7.L8456 Whe 2019
2020 The Black Flamingo Atta, Dean PR6101.T82 B53 2019
2021 Families Shrivastav, Archaa  
2022 Too Bright to See Lukoff, Kyle PZ7.L8456 Too 2021
2022 Last Night at the Telegraph Club Lo, Malinda PZ7.L773 Las 2021


Stonewall Book Awards • ALA

"The first and most enduring award for LGBTQIA+ books is the Stonewall Book Awards, sponsored by the American Library Association's Rainbow Round Table (formerly the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Round Table). Since Isabel Miller's Patience and Sarah received the first award in 1971, many other books have been honored for exceptional merit relating to the gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender experience" (ALA, Stonewall Book Award, 2022).

Stonewall Award: Recent Winners