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2019 New Voices Award Winner
Alana Tyson of Alexandria, Virginia, is the winner of the company’s twentieth annual New Voices Award.

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How Do We Choose Our Projects?
"How do you decide which projects to publish?" This is the question writers ask of editors everywhere, and LEE & LOW is no exception.

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2006 New Voices Award Winners
Glenda Armand Sheppard of West Covina, California, is winner of our seventh Annual New Voices Award

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2003 New Voices Award Winners
Paula Yoo of Los Angeles, California, is the winner of our fourth annual New Voices Award.

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2013 New Visions Award Winners
Author Valynne Maetani has won the first annual New Visions Award for her young adult mystery novel, Remnants of the Rising Sun.

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2016 New Voices Award Winner
Roberto Peñas of Olathe, Kansas is the winner of Lee & Low Books' seventeenth annual New Voices Award writing contest.

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2017 New Visions Award Winners
Author Olivia Abtahi and Luisana Duarte Armendáriz have won the fifth annual New Visions Award for their novels, Twin Flames and The Regent Enigma, respectively.

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2018 New Voices Award Winner
SD Youngwolf of Moffat, Colorado is the winner of Lee & Low's 2018 New Voices Award.

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Social and Emotional Learning Diverse Reading List
Discover our educator favorites for SEL read-alouds to pair with your curriculum! These exemplar texts will help you model and explore strategies for tackling challenges and building community. Both fiction and nonfiction titles feature protagonis...

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New Releases: Bonnie’s Rocket, How We Can Live, and Marvelous Mabel
We are thrilled to share that we have not one, not two, but three new releases today: Bonnie’s Rocket by Emeline Lee, illustrated by Alina Chau, How We Can Live: Principles of Black Lives Matter by Laleña Garcia, illustrated by Caryn Davids...

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Word in Black Articles: Why Resources for Black Students and Black Books Matter
Senior Literacy Manager Katie Potter weighs in on how we can meet the needs of Black students and the importance of Black books in these two articles from Word in Black. Word in Black is a groundbreaking collaboration of the nation’s lea...

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Behind the History: A Guest Post by Shirley Reva Vernick
In this guest post, author Shirley Reva Vernick shares her personal connections to historical events and how they led her to write about history in her novels. Her latest historical fiction book entitled The Sky We Shared will be published June 7...

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Lee & Low Books Announces the 2021 New Visions Award Winner
New York, NY—Tu Books, an imprint of Lee & Low Books, is thrilled to announce the results of its ninth annual New Visions Award for new authors of color. This year, Nicki Jay has won the New Visions Award for her manuscript, The Marassa: B...

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Celebrate Floyd Cooper Day on May 6
Floyd Cooper will be honored at the first annual Floyd Cooper Day on May 6 as part of Children’s Book Week. Teachers, librarians, and booksellers are encouraged to hold readings and put up displays of his books. In addition, Every Child...

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The Power of Natural Hair & Magic Like That
In this blog post, Lee & Low summer interns Dylan and Kiana Low discuss the power of natural hair and what is important to consider when parents and educators use books like Magic Like That to teach about the versatility of natural hair and B...

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Watch the Webinar: The Importance of Reconstruction in Today’s Classrooms and Libraries

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Upcoming Webinar: The Importance of Reconstruction in Today’s Classrooms and Libraries
Join us for a critical webinar on Wednesday, January 19th, 2022 at 4:00 PM EST about using children’s books to teach Reconstruction. Reconstruction was a brief period in American history from 1865–1877 when efforts were made to confer citiz...

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Confronting the Whitewashing of (My) History: The Reparative Value of Latinx YA Historical Novels and Testimonio

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Black All Around New Bebop 2016
leeandlow.com Guided Reading Level: I Black All Around! Guided Reading with BLACK ALL AROUND! Guided Reading: I DRA: 16 Intervention: 16 written by Patricia Hubbell illustrated by Don Tate Overview: Join a young girl as she disco...

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Black Lives Matter in the Classroom

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