Lambda Literary Award for Children's and Young Adult Literature

The Lambda Literary Awards (also known as the "Lammys") are awarded yearly by the US-based Lambda Literary Foundation to published works that celebrate or explore LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) themes. The organization is considered to be one of the main promoters of new and emerging LGBT writers.[1][2]

The Lambda Literary Award for Children's and Young Adult Literature, one of the Lammys 25 awards, was introduced during the 2nd Lambda Literary Awards, when it was called "Young Adult/Children’s Book Award".[3] After not being present in the 1991 ceremonies, the award returned in the 4th edition under the name "Children's/Young Adult Literature".[4] Starting in 2007, it has been known as the "LGBTQ Children's/Young Adult" award.[5]

The 25th Lambda Literary Awards had a record number of submissions at the time. Due to the increased number of books submitted for evaluation, the judges of every category were encouraged to submit more finalists.[6] After that, and since the 26th edition, if the number of submissions is high enough, the Children's/Young Adult category is divided in two subcategories, "Children's/Middle Grade" and "Young Adult", which happened in the 2020[7] and 2021 editions.[8]

RecipientsEdit

David Levithan has won the award a total of three times, in 2004, 2007 and 2014, and was nominated another three times. Jacqueline Woodson has been awarded two Lammys in this category, in 1996 and 1998. As of 2020, Kacen Callender, which published This Is Kind of an Epic Love Story and Hurricane Child both in 2018, is the only author to have two nominations for the same year. Hurricane Child was also the winner on that same year.

Key
C "Children's/Middle Grade" nominee/winner YA "Young Adult" nominee/winner
ill. Illustrator ed. Editor
Winner
Lambda Literary Award for Children's and Young Adult Literature winners and finalists
Year Contributor(s) Title Publisher Result Ref.
1990 MaryKate Jordan Losing Uncle Tim Albert Whitman & Co. Winner [9]
Lesléa Newman with Diane Souza (ill.) Heather Has Two Mommies In Other Words Press Finalist [9]
A. M. Homes Jack Macmillan
George Shannon Unlived Affections Harper & Row Juvenile
Susan and Daniel Cohen When Someone You Know Is Gay Evans
1992 Johnny Valentine with Lynette Schmidt (ill.) The Duke Who Outlawed Jelly Beans: and Other Stories Alyson Wonderland Winner [10]
Lesléa Newman with Russel Crocker (ill.) Gloria Goes to Gay Pride Alyson Wonderland Finalist [10]
Ann Heron and Meredith Maran with Kris Kovick (ill.) How Would You Feel if Your Dad was Gay? Alyson Wonderland
Nancy Garden Lark in the Morning Farrar Straus Giroux
Aaron and Walter Frickle Sudden Strangers St. Martin's Press
1993 Penny Raife Durant When Heroes Die Atheneum Winner [11]
Joan Alden with Catherine Hopkins (ill.) A Boy's Best Friend Alyson Wonderland Finalist [11]
Joan Alden with Catherine Hopkins (ill.) Day They Put a Tax on Rainbows Alyson Wonderland
Bette Greene Drowning of Stephan Jones Bantam Books
Johnny Valentine with Lynette Schmidt (ill.) The Daddy Machine Alyson Wonderland
1994 Hilary Mullins The Cat Came Back Naiad Press Winner [12]
Christina Salat Living In Secret Bantam Books Finalist [12]
Lesléa Newman with Annete Hegel (ill.) Saturday is Pattyday New Victoria
Michael Willhoite Uncle What-Is-It Is Coming To Visit Alyson Wonderland
Rik Isensee We're Not Alone Lavender Press
1995 Marion Dane Bauer (ed.) Am I Blue? Harper Children's Winner [13]
Ann Heron (ed.) 2 Teenagers In 20 Alyson Books Finalist [13]
Stacey Donovan Dive: 9 Dutton Children's Books
Scott Nunokawa Oscar Wilde Chelsea House / Infobase Publishing
Patricia Quinlan Tiger Flowers Dial Press
1996 Jacqueline Woodson From the Notebooks of Melanin Sun Blue Sky Press Winner [14]
Francesca Lia Block Baby Be-Bop HarperCollins Finalist [14]
Judith Vinga My Two Uncles Albert Whitman & Co.
Kust Chandler Passage of Pride Times Books
Daniel Vilmure Toby's Lie Simon & Schuster
1997 Nancy Garden Good Moon Rising Farrar Straus Giroux Winner [15]
Michael Willhoite Daddy's Wedding Alyson Books Finalist [15]
Elle Bass and Kate Kaufman Free Your Mind Harper Perennial
Earl Alexander My Dad Has HIV Fairview Press
Michael Thomas Ford The World Out There The New Press
1998 Jacqueline Woodson The House You Pass On the Way Delacorte Press / Dell Publishing Winner [16]
Jeanne Arnold Amy Asks a Question: Grandma, What's a Lesbian? Mother Courage Finalist [16]
Liza Ketchum Blue Coyote Simon & Schuster
Paul Monette Sanctuary: a Tale of Life in the Woods Scribner
Adam Mastoon The Shared Heart William Morrow and Company
1999 Kevin Jennings Telling Tales Out of School Alyson Books Winner [17]
Francesca Lia Block I Was a Teenage Fairy HarperCollins Finalist [17]
Joseph Kennedy with John Canemaker (ill.) Lucy Goes to the Country Alyson Books
Michael Thomas Ford Outspoken Morrow Junior Books
Clifford Chase Queer 13 Weisbach
2000 Ellen Wittlinger Hard Love Simon & Schuster Winner [18]
Paula Boock Dare Truth or Promise Finalist [19]
Lois-Ann Yamanaka Name Me Nobody
William Taylor The Blue Lawn
Nancy Garden The Year They Burned the Books
2001 Noelle Howey and Ellen Samuels (eds.) Out of the Ordinary St. Martin's Press Winner [20]
Jean Ferris Eight Seconds Harcourt Finalist [20]
Nancy Garden Holly's Secret Farrar Straus Giroux
Amy Sonnie (ed.) Revolutionary Voices Alyson Books
Benjie Nycum The XY Survival Guide XY
2002 Julia Watts Finding H.F. Alyson Books Winner [21]
Sara Ryan Empress of the World Viking Press Finalist [21]
Marilyn Reynolds Love Rules Morning Glory
Alex Sánchez Rainbow Boys Simon & Schuster
Todd Turtle Spot Window
2003 Bonnie Shimko Letters in the Attic Academy Chicago Press Winner [22]
Lesléa Newman Felicia's Favorite Story Two Lives Publishing Finalist [22]
Linda de Haan and Stern Nijland King & King Ten Speed Press
Andrew Calimach Lover's Legends: The Gay Greek Myths Simon & Schuster
Harvey Fierstein The Sissy Duckling Simon & Schuster
2004 David Levithan Boy Meets Boy Knopf Books for Young Readers Winner [23]
Brent Hartinger Geography Club HarperTempest Finalist [23]
Tea Benduhn Gravel Queen Simon & Schuster
Julie Anne Peters Keeping You a Secret Little, Brown and Company
Alex Sánchez Rainbow High Simon & Schuster
2005 Alex Sánchez So Hard to Say Simon & Schuster Winner [24]
Julie Anne Peters Luna Little, Brown and Company Finalist [24]
Sharon Dennis Wyeth Orphea Proud Delacorte Press / Dell Publishing
Judy MacLean Rosemary and Juliet Alice Street Editions
David Levithan The Realm of Possibility Knopf Books for Young Readers
2006 Shyam Selvadurai Swimming in the Monsoon Sea Tundra Publishing Winner [25]
Peter Parnell and Justin Richardson And Tango Makes Three Simon & Schuster Finalist [25]
Rigoberto González Antonio’s Card/La Tarjeta de Antonio Lee & Low Books
Alex Sánchez Rainbow Road Simon & Schuster
James Howe Totally Joe Simon & Schuster
2007 David Levithan and Billy Merrell (eds.) The Full Spectrum Random House Children's Books Winner [26]
Julie Anne Peters Between Mom & Jo Little, Brown and Company Finalist [26]
Kim Wallace Erik & Isabelle’s Junior Year at Foresthill High Foglight Press
Brian Sloan Tale of Two Summers Simon & Schuster
Christian Burch The Manny Files Simon & Schuster
2008 Perry Moore Hero Hyperion Books Winner [27][28]
James St. James Freak Show Dutton Children's Books Finalist [27]
Ellen Wittlinger Parrotfish Simon & Schuster
Patrick Ryan Saints of Augustine HarperTeen
Peter Cameron Someday This Pain Will Be Useful to You Farrar Straus Giroux
2009 Bill Konigsberg Out of the Pocket Dutton Children's Books Winner [29]
Christian Burch Hit the Road, Manny: A Manny Files Novel Simon & Schuster Finalist [29]
David Levithan How They Met & Other Stories Knopf Children's Books
Ellen Wittlinger Love & Lies: Marisol's Story Simon & Schuster
Pat Schmatz Mousetraps Carolrhoda Books / Lerner Publishing Group
Martin Wilson What They Always Tell Us Random House Children's Books
2010 Dale Peck Sprout Bloomsbury Publishing Winner [30]
Malinda Lo Ash Little, Brown and Company Finalist [30]
Michael Cart (ed.) How Beautiful the Ordinary HarperCollins
Patrick Ryan In Mike We Trust HarperCollins
Nick Burd The Vast Fields of Ordinary Penguin Books
2011 Jane Eagland Wildthorn Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Winner [31][32]
Justin Richardson and Peter Parnell with Amy June Bates (ill.) Christian, the Hugging Lion Simon & Schuster Finalist [33]
Vivek Shraya with Juliana Neufeld (ill.) God Loves Hair Vivek Shraya
Catherine Ryan Hyde Jumpstart the World Random House Books for Children
James Klise Love Drugged Flux Books / Llewellyn Worldwide
2012 Bil Wright Putting Makeup on the Fat Boy Simon & Schuster Winner [34]
Patrick Ryan Gemini Bites Scholastic Finalist
Malinda Lo Huntress Little, Brown Books for Young Readers [35]
Cris Beam I am J Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Lili Wilkinson PINK HarperCollins
2013 Benjamin Alire Saenz Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe Simon & Schuster Winner [36]
Malinda Lo Adaptation Little, Brown Books for Young Readers Finalist [36]
A. S. King Ask the Passengers Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Kirstin Cronn-Mills Beautiful Music for Ugly Children Flux Books / Llewellyn Worldwide
David Levithan Every Day Knopf Books for Young Readers
Elissa Janine Hoole Kiss the Morning Star Amazon Children's Publishing
E. M. Kokie Personal Effects Candlewick Press
Molly Beth Griffin Silhouette of a Sparrow Milkweed Editions
S. Bear Bergman and Suzy Malik The Adventure of Tulip, Birthday Wish Fairy Flamingo Rampant
Emily M. Danforth The Miseducation of Cameron Post Balzer + Bray / HarperCollins
2014 Sara Farizan If You Could Be Mine Algonquin Books / Workman Publishing Company Winner [37][38]
David Levithan Two Boys Kissing Knopf Books for Young Readers
Tim Federle Better Nate Than Ever Simon & Schuster Finalist [37]
Christopher R. Michael Boy In Box Hubbub Publishing
Rhiannon Argo Girls I've Run Away With Moonshine Press
Bill Konigsberg Openly Straight Arthur A. Levine Books / Scholastic Corporation
Stewart Lewis with Rebecca Short (ed.) The Secret Ingredient Delacorte Press / Dell Publishing
Alaya Dawn Johnson The Summer Prince Arthur A. Levine Books / Scholastic
Cory Silverberg with Fiona Smyth (ill.) What Makes a Baby Triangle Square / Seven Stories Press
2015 Tim Federle Five, Six, Seven, Nate! Simon & Schuster Winner [39][40][41]
Susan Kuklin Beyond Magenta: Transgender Teens Speak Out Candlewick Press Finalist [39]
Bridget Birdsall Double Exposure Skyhorse Publishing
Karelia Stetz-Waters Forgive Me If I've Told You This Before Ooligan Press
Robin Talley Lies We Tell Ourselves Harlequin Teen
Jay Jordan Hawke Pukawiss the Outcast Harmony Ink Press /Dreamspinner Press
Suki Fleet This is Not a Love Story Harmony Ink Press /Dreamspinner Press
Raziel Reid When Everything Feels Like the Movies Arsenal Pulp Press
2016 Alex Gino George Scholastic Winner [42][43]
Sarah McCarry About a Girl: A Novel St. Martin's Griffin Finalist [44]
Will Walton Anything Could Happen Push
Jerome Pohlen Gay and Lesbian History for Kids: The Century-Long Struggle for LGBT Rights Chicago Review Press
Adam Silvera More Happy Than Not Soho Press
I. W. Gregorio None of the Above Balzer + Bray / HarperCollins
Becky Albertalli Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda Balzer + Bray / HarperCollins
Brian Selznick The Marvels Scholastic
2017 M-E Girard Girl Mans Up HarperTeen Winner [45][46]
Brie Spangler Beast Alfred A. Knopf Finalist [47]
Juliann Rich Gravity Bold Stroke Books
John Corey Whaley Highly Illogical Behavior Dial Press
C. B. Lee Not Your Sidekick Novelstream
Krystal Sutherland Our Chemical Hearts G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers
Jeff Garvin Symptoms of Being Human Balzer + Bray / HarperCollins
Marie Lu The Midnight Star G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers
2018 Rebecca Podos Like Water Balzer + Bray / HarperCollins Winner [48][49]
Sarah Dooley Ashes to Asheville Putnam Finalist [50]
Christina Lauren Autoboyography Simon & Schuster
April Daniels Dreadnought: Nemesis Diversion Books
Nina Packebush Girls Like Me Bedazzled Ink
Kay Haring with Robert Neubecker (ill.) Keith Haring: The Boy Who Just Kept Drawing Dial Press
Will Kostakis The Sidekicks Harlequin Teen
Martin Wilson We Now Return to Regular Life Dial Press
2019 Kacen Callender Hurricane Child Scholastic Winner [51]
Mark Oshiro Anger Is a Gift: A Novel Tor Teen / Tor Books Finalist [52]
Adib Khorram Darius the Great Is Not Okay Dial Press
Ashley Herring Blake Girl Made of Stars Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Claire Legrand Sawkill Girls Katherine Tegen Books
Angelo Surmelis The Dangerous Art of Blending In Balzer + Bray / HarperCollins
Elizabeth Acevedo The Poet X HarperTeen
Kacen Callender This Is Kind of an Epic Love Story Balzer + Bray / HarperCollins
2020 Lisa Jenn Bigelow Hazel's Theory of Evolution HarperCollins Winner (C) [53][54][55]
Alexandra Villasante The Grief Keeper G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers Winner (YA)
Saundra Mitchell All the Things We Do in the Dark HarperTeen Finalist [56][57]
Nicole Melleby Hurricane Season Algonquin Young Readers
Akwaeke Emezi Pet Make Me a World / Random House
Robin Stevenson Pride Colors Orca Book Publishers
Jaye Robin Brown The Meaning of Birds HarperTeen
Rory Power Wilder Girls Delacorte Press
2021 Kacen Callender King and the Dragonflies Scholastic Winner (C) [58][59][60]
Mike Curato Flamer Henry Holt Books for Young Readers Winner (YA)
Phil Bildner A High Five for Glenn Burke Farrar, Straus and Giroux Books for Young Readers Finalist [61]
L.C. Rosen Camp Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Vincent Kirsch From Archie to Zack Abrams Books for Young Readers
Peter Mercurio and Leo Espinosa Our Subway Baby Dial Press
Agnes Borinsky Sasha Masha Farrar, Straus and Giroux Books for Young Readers
Niki Smith The Deep & Dark Blue Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Trung Le Nguyen The Magic Fish Random House Graphic
Leah Johnson You Should See Me in a Crown Scholastic
2022 JR Ford and Vanessa Ford Calvin G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers Winner [62][63]
Ashley Herring Blake Hazel Bly and the Deep Blue Sea Little, Brown Books for Young Readers Finalist (C) [64]
Charlotte Sullivan Wild with Charlene Chua (illus.) Love, Violet Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Rob Sanders Stitch by Stitch: Cleve Jones and the AIDS Memorial Quilt APA Magination Press
Basil Sylvester and Kevin Sylvester The Fabulous Zed Watson! HarperCollins Publishers
A. R. Capetta The Heartbreak Bakery Candlewick Press Winner [62][63]
Adiba Jaigirdar Hani and Ishu's Guide to Fake Dating Page Street Kids Finalist (YA) [64]
Aden Polydoros The City Beautiful Harlequin Trade Publishing/Inkyard
Isaac Fitzsimons The Passing Playbook Dial Books for Young Readers
Linsey Miller What We Devour Sourcebooks Fire

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