5 books safe enough for parents, yet fun enough for their kids to enjoy as well.

'I Came Out for This?' By Lisa Gitlin

I CAME OUT FOR THIS?
by Lisa Gitlin
Bywater Books

“Gitlin has a razor-sharp insight into the foibles of love and human nature, and Joanna’s first- person narrative reads like the ranting of a real woman who is alternately in love, angry, sad, embarrassed, verklempt, and ultimately incredibly strong and vibrant.”

—Victoria Brownworth

Mary Ann in Autumn

MARY ANN IN AUTUMN
by Armistead Maupin
Harper
Interview

“Armistead Maupin’s mastery continues to blaze through his latest ‘Tales of the City’ novel.”

—David Blaustein

Simple Times Crafts for Poor People  By Amy Sedaris

SIMPLE TIMES:
Crafts for Poor People
by Amy Sedaris
Grand Central Publishing

Ok. Ok. Sedaris isn’t gay. But she’s an ally, and this book is a must-have!

‘The Bucolic Plague’ by Josh Kilmer-Purcell

THE BUCOLIC PLAGUE:
How Two Manhattanites Became Gentlemen Farmers
by Josh Kilmer-Purcell
Harper
Interview | Review | World AIDS Day

The Bucolic Plague tells a story most of us can understand, a story about work, love, challenges, and compromise.”

—Nels P. Highberg

THE PERFECT FAMILY
by Kathryn Shay
Bold Strokes Books
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