Women's History30% Off Our Special Collection
Be YourselfCall Me Tree/Llámame árbol
Master the WordsCompound It All!
Fantastic FictionTu Books
Celebrate WaterWater Rolls, Water Rises/El agua rueda, el agua sube
Bring the House DownLittle Melba and Her Big Trombone
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Awards & Honors
Exciting News to Share for 2015
Little Melba and Her Big Trombone received a Coretta Scott King Illustrator Honor.
Poems in the Attic received a Starred Review from Kirkus Reviews!
Yummy: The Last Days of a Southside Shorty was chosen as a Popular Paperback for Young Adults from YALSA!
Celebrate all month long with our March book roundup.
March is a time when we pause and celebrate the great contributions made by women in history. For ideas, check out 10 Great Women of Color Whose Stories You Should Know.
Discover the joyous and universal poems of Francisco Alarcón’s personal exploration of the Magical Cycle of the Seasons while learning about family, community, and caring for each other and the world in which we live.
Build your diverse bookshelf one theme at a time with LEE & LOW book-inspired activities by The Educators’ Spin On It. For January’s art theme, illustrate the colors of your world with the Color Your World Painting Project.
Explore LEE & LOW's Active Learner Teacher's Guides that are always FREE to use online or download.