Pizza Hut recommends Drag Queen books for kids' reading program

One book is about a kid who becomes a drag performer.

Nick Monroe Cleveland Ohio

To commemorate pride month, Pizza Hut is recommending books to children about drag queens. It’s done through the company’s "Camp Book It!" program which rewards kids with free pizza for reading books.

An anonymous tipster forwarded an email to Libs of TikTok from Pizza Hut’s program. The letter suggests reading material to parents.

"Hello there, This June we are celebrating Pride Month and the diversity of the LGBTQ+ community. These three books explore the uniqueness of every person, celebrate our individuality and encourage kids to see what makes us different, makes us special."

As Libs of TikTok mentions, one of these books is about a kid who becomes a drag performer.

A follow-up thread by "The Based Librarian" explores some materials that Pizza Hut suggested, including "Big Wig" which depicts a boy cross dressing and a magic wig.

Another book "Be Amazing: A History of Pride" is by famous child drag performer Desmond is Amazing. It’s an autobiography where Desmond reflects how Desmond drag-performed in New York City’s Pride March in June 2015, and was rewarded with online popularity.

A full list of the Pizza Hut recommended "Book It" books is available on their website.

Around the same time last year, Pizza Hut sponsored an "Empowering Educators" program which touted a Critical Race Theory curriculum to fifth graders.


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