Sewing the Rainbow: A Story About Gilbert Baker

Sewing the Rainbow: A Story About Gilbert Baker

by Gayle E. Pitman, PhD

Follow the journey of a boy from a small Kansas town who made his gray life sparkle, unfurling a rainbow of color to galvanize the gay rights movement.

Includes a Reader Note that provides more in-depth discussion of the beginnings of the gay rights movement and a more detailed look into Gilbert Baker’s place in our shared history.


Ages: 12-15
Illustrated by: Holly Clifton-Brown
ISBN: 9781433829024
Price: $16.95
Published by: Magination Press

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