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Social justice and a focus on social activism have become an essential component of many classrooms, schools, and curricula. As a diversity-focused publisher, and one of the few minority-owned publishers in the US, Lee & Low Books is proud to offer books and resources to support social justice learning in the classroom.


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Register for Our Upcoming Webinar: LGBTQ+ Children’s Books

LGBTQ Webinar image Just in time for Pride Month, join Lee & Low Books for a special free webinar focused on LGBTQ+ books for youth! Join Katie Potter, Lee & Low’s Literacy Specialist, in conversation with…

 

Upcoming Book Release: Stone River Crossing by Award-Winning Author Tim Tingle

The award-winning picture book Crossing Bok Chitto captured the strength, bravery, and heart of the Choctaw Nation as they helped enslaved people find their way to freedom. Set to be released at…

 

Cover Reveal: Indian No More by Charlene Willing McManis with Traci Sorell

We’re excited to reveal the full cover for Indian No More, a moving middle grade novel about Regina, a ten-year-old Umpqua girl, whose family is forced to relocate from Oregon to Los Angeles during…

 

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