After a heart transplant, 12-year-old Sunny decides it's time for a new plan that includes kissing a boy for the first time. But when she meets her new best friend, Quinn, she discovers that she maybe doesn't want to kiss a boy at all. Grades 3-6.
Zenobia July is an expert coder and hacker. After her father dies, she starts a new life in a new place and begins to live openly as the girl she always knew she was. When someone puts anonymous hate memes on her new middle school's website, she finds confidence in being able to help discover who is posting them. Grades 5-8.
Everyone assumes Liv is a girl, but he's transgender and hasn't come out to anyone. When he finds out there's a dress code that says girls must wear skirts at the middle school he's starting in the fall, he makes it his project to challenge the dress code, making new friends along the way. Grades 3-7.
Twelve-year-old Shane is a typical boy to the outside world, but he was assigned female at birth and struggles with his dad who thinks this is a "phase" and doesn't want him taking testosterone. Pages from the graphic novel that he is writing appear between chapters. Grades 4-8.
Ten-year-old Riley's mother disappears and he thinks he can bring her back by finding the magical voices from a local legend. He struggles with being attracted to boys, which is at odds with his evangelical Christian upbringing. Grades 4-8.
Bett and Avery’s dads want them to be friends, so they send them to the same summer camp. It turns out that the dads have been secretly dating. Told in alternating messages from each girl's point of view. Grades 3-7.