They are Tango Makes Three and White Swan Express.
This comes after a complaint by Teo Kai Loon, a member of a Facebook group called We Are Against Pink Dot Singapore last week.
The group has 3,356 members.
The NLB’s Assistant Chief Executive, Tay Ai Cheng, said in an email to Teo: “I would like to assure you that NLB takes a strong pro-family stand in selecting books for children.”
Tay added that NLB is cautious in choosing children’s books: “Besides going through the content, we also refer to sypnoses, reviews and other books written by the author.”