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Beyond the Heritage Month: Teaching Black History All Year Long
In this blog post, Katie Potter, Senior Literacy Specialist at Lee & Low Books, offers guidance on teaching Black history not only during Black History Month, but throughout the year as well. This blog post first appeared on Res...

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2022 Black History Month Book and Resource Roundup
For Black History Month, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite resources and books for readers and educators alike. Though this month is dedicated to uplifting Black history, culture, movements, and game changers, we must remember that Black hist...

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"The Last Black King of the Kentucky Derby" Teacher's Guide

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This book celebrates the life of Jimmy “Wink” Winkfield, a little-known sports hero. Born in 1882 to an African American sharecropping family in Kentucky, Jimmy grew up loving horses. The large, powe...

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"Black All Around" Teacher's Guide

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"Black Was the Ink" Teacher's Guide

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"Black Sheep" Teacher's Guide

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"The Black Butterfly" Teacher's Guide

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"Chinese History Stories Volume 2" Teacher's Guide

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"Chinese History Stories Volume 1" Teacher's Guide

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2019 New Visions Award Winner
Author Tracy Occomy Crowder has won the New Visions Award for her manuscript, Montgomery and the Case of the Golden Key.

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2014 New Voices Award Winner
Andrea J. Loney of Inglewood, California, is the winner of the company’s fifteenth annual New Voices Award.

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2016 New Visions Award Winners
Author Charlotte Sun and Mary Louise Sanchez have won the fourth annual New Visions Award for their historical middle-grade novels, Escape from Tiananmen Square, and The Wind Called My Name, respectively.

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2018 New Visions Award Winners
Author Monica Zepeda has won the New Visions Award for her manuscript, Boys of the Beast. Michelle Jones Coles’ manuscript Woke received the New Visions Award Honor.

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Finding Your Voice
One of your most powerful tools as a writer is not your vocabulary, your mastery of grammar or even your fancy computer -- it's your voice.

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The Submission Process: A Demystification Part I
Lee & Low Books is one of the few children's book publishers still willing to consider unsolicited material. This means that rather than limiting our submissions to those from agents or previously published authors and illustrators, we welcome mat...

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2005 New Voices Award Winners
Don Tate of Austin, Texas and Zetta Elliot of Baton Rouge, Louisiana have been chosen as our two Honor winners for the Sixth Annual New Voices Award.

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Diverse Summer Reading List
Lee & Low Books is committed to meeting the needs of educators by providing award-winning, diverse books for today’s young readers! Check out our selection of summer reading books for purchase below, and find FREE resources including Teacher Guide...

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2012 New Voices Award Winners
Rita Lorraine Hubbard of Chattanooga, Tennessee, is the winner of our thirteenth annual New Voices Award.

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Editor Interview: Louise May, Vice President/Editorial Director
An interview with LEE & LOW's Vice President/Editorial Director, Louise May.

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Trauma-Informed Diverse Reading List
Many children experience trauma, or adverse childhood experiences, and go through times of extreme stress. Trauma has the ability to impact children’s learning, social interactions and relationships, and overall well-being. Literature can be a saf...

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