Bisexual

Leah On The Offbeat

Leah On The Offbeat

Author: Becky Albertalli

Description: Leah On The Offbeat is a contemporary novel about a girl who is coming to terms with coming out as bisexual.

Includes: #bisexual #LGBTQIA #interraciallove #contemporary #femaleprotagonist

Citation: Albertalli, B. (2018). Leah On The Offbeat. HarperCollins/ Brazer + Bray.

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Let's Talk About Love

Let’s Talk About Love

Author: Claire Kann

Description: Let’s Talk About Love is a contemporary love story between an African American bi-romantic asexual girl and a Japanese American boy.

Includes: #bisexual #asexual #biromantic #LGBTQIA #africanamerican #black #asianamerican #japanese #femaleprotagonist #contemporary #interraciallove

Citation: Kann, C. (2018). Let’s Talk About Love. Swoon Reads.

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Like Water

Like Water

Author: Rebecca Podos

Description: Like Water is a love story about a Latina girl in New Mexico who works as a performing mermaid at a waterpark and deals with the possibility that she may have Huntington's Disease as she starts to date a girl for the first time and realizes she is bisexual.

Includes: #bisexual #LGBTQIA #latinx #interraciallove #disability #huntingtonsdisease #grief #contemporary #femaleprotagonist

Citation: Podos, R. (2017). Like Water. Blazer + Bray.

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Little & Lion

Little & Lion

Author: Brandy Colbert

Description: Little & Lion is about a bisexual African American girl and her Bipolar white step brother who are both in love with the same girl.

Includes: #bisexual #LGBTQIA #africanamerican #black #femaleprotagonist #contemporary #mentalhealth #bipolar #judaism

Citation: Colbert, B. (2017). Little & Lion. Little, Brown.

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Not Your Sidekick

Not Your Sidekick

Author: C.B. Lee

Description: Not Your Sidekick is a superhero story about a bisexual Asian girl and her internship with a horrible supervillain.

Includes: #ownvoices #bisexual #LGBTQIA #asianamerican #femaleprotagonist #superhero

Citation: Lee, C.B. (2016). Not Your Sidekick. Duet Books.

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Odd One Out

Odd One Out

Author: Nic Stone

Description: Odd One Out is a contemporary novel about three friends and their complicated love triangle. The triangle includes bisexual love interests and three alternating perspectives.

Includes: #ownvoices #bisexual #lovetriangle #interraciallove #africanamerican #black #asianamerican #latinx #contemporary #femaleprotagonist #maleprotagonist

Citation: Stone, N. (2018). Odd One Out. Crown Books for Young Readers.

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Ramona Blue

Ramona Blue

Author: Julie Murphy

Description: Ramona Blue is a contemporary novel about a girl living in the rural south who thinks she is a lesbian until her childhood friend returns to town and she has to question what her feelings for him might mean about her sexuality.

Includes: #ownvoices #bisexual #LGBTQIA #femaleprotagonist #contemporary

Citation: Murphy, J. (2017). Ramona Blue. Blazer + Bray.

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Gentleman's Guide To Vice And Virtue

The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue

Author: Mackenzi Lee

Description: The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue is an adventure story set in the 1800s about a bisexual teen, his biracial best friend who has Epilepsy, and his asexual sister.

Includes: #bisexual #LGBTQIA #interraciallove #maleprotagonist #historical #disability #epilepsy #asexual

Citation: Lee, M. (2017). The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue. Katherine Tegen Books.

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The Brightsiders

The Brightsiders

Author: Jen Wilde

Description: The Brightsiders is a contemporary novel with multiple bisexual characters. It includes more than one bisexual female character, one pansexual female character, and a bisexual male character. The story follows a teen rockstar after a night of partying gone wrong.

Includes: #bisexual #pansexual #LGBTQIA #femaleprotagonist #contemporary

Citation: Wilde, J. (2018). The Brightsiders. Swoon Reads.

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They Both Die At The End

They Both Die At The End

Author: Adam Silvera

Description: They Both Die at the End is an adventure story about two strangers who are Cuban, Puerto Rican, bisexual, and gay, and who connect over the fact that they were both told that they will die today.

Includes: #bisexual #gay #LGBTQIA #maleprotagonist #dystopian #latinx

Citation: Silvera, A. (2017). They Both Die at the End. HarperTeen.

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