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Interview: Pat Mora and Raul Colón On Bookjoy and Wordjoy
As a children’s book publisher, we know how powerful and influential words are, which is why we’re so excited to have announced the release of our new title, Bookjoy, Wordjoy this month! Whether we are collecting words, reading favorit...

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Twenty Tips for Writing Picture Books
How exciting that you want to write picture books! I became interested when my three children were little, and I’ve loved the genre ever since. Fair warning: they are like candy. Once you start, it’s difficult to stop.

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Getting Published: Resources on the Web
Getting published is an often discussed topic, especially here in LEE & LOW’s Writers & Illustrators Section. But there’s a big wide web world outside of here! Vast resources exist in web country -- finding what you want is of course THE adventure.

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Where Our Authors and Illustrators Live
Looking for someone local? This list of authors and illustrators is organized by state, so you can see who's in your area.

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Poetry Ideas and Resources
Here are some ideas to help you and your students get involved with reading and writing poetry. Lee & Low Books offers an award-winning selection of diverse poetry for children. Be sure to share these books with your students as you embark on a ...

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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 classrooms! Check out our selection of summer reading books for purchase below, and find FREE resources including Teacher Guides, ...

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Using Diverse Books to Support Social and Emotional Learning in Kindergarten
Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is a hot topic, but it’s certainly not new. Skills like empathy, cultivating and maintaining positive relationships, recognizing and managing emotions, problem solving, approaching tasks with grit and perseverance,...

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Sneak Peek: Lee & Low’s Spring 2019 Titles
It’s the new year, and what better way to bring in the new year than to check out new and exciting books coming out in 2019! Here’s a sneak peek of our Winter and Spring 2019 titles ranging from delightful picture books to heart-pounding middle g...

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Diverse Children’s Books to Give as Gifts, Ages 6-12
Still searching for the best books to gift to young readers? We’ve got you covered! Last week we shared our gift recommendations for children ages 0-5. If you’re looking for colorful, striking, authentically diverse books for the chil...

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Book List: Best Multicultural Story Books to Read Aloud
Summer is quickly approaching, which means more time to read picture books aloud to the children in your lives! Below we’ve compiled a list of amazing multicultural books to read aloud to children. And maybe they can even read aloud to you! Ever...

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Culturally Responsive Teaching in the Season of Mother’s Day and Father’s Day
In this ongoing series, we explore what culturally responsive teaching looks like at different grade levels and during holidays and celebrations. Last Month, we shared a culturally responsive approach to Earth Day.  Today, educator Lindsay Barret...

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Tips for Reading Poetry Aloud to Children
Since Poetry Month is in full swing, we asked some of our poets at Lee & Low Books  to provide tips for reading poetry to kids and students. Read suggestions from Pat Mora, author of Yum! ¡Mmmm! ¡Qué Rico! Americas’ Sproutings; Confetti: Poem...

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Martin Luther King, Jr. and Other Civil Rights Activists To Celebrate
Next Monday is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, which celebrates the the life and legacy of Dr. King. We commemorate the timeless values he taught us through his example — courage, truth, justice, compassion, dignity, humility and service that defined...

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A Culturally Responsive Approach to Discussing Thanksgiving in the Classroom
In this ongoing series, we explore what culturally responsive teaching looks like at different grade levels and offer concrete examples and resources. Last week we explored going beyond “The Single Story”. Today, educator Lindsay Barre...

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Interview: Karen Leggett Abouraya and Susan L. Roth on Malala Yousafzai and Other Women Who Inspire
Released this past January in both English and Spanish, Malala Yousafzai: Warrior with Words is the picture book biography of the amazing Nobel Peace Prize winner and brave, outspoken girl who continues to fight for the millions of children worldw...

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Dia Toolkit LEE & LOW
www.leeandlow.com 1 Book List for El dia de los ninos/El dia de los libros (Children's Day/Book Day) Cora Cooks Pancit written by Dorina Lazo Gilmore illustrated by Kristi Valiant https://www.leeandlow.com/books/2840 Cora loves be...

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2018 Diverse Summer Reading List
Educator Resources copyright 2018 LEE & LOW BOOKS. All rights reserved. Permission is granted to share and adapt for personal and educational use. For questions, comments, and/or more information, please contact us at general@leeandlow.com. Vis...

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Summer Reading 2016 Complete List
Illustration copyright by Vanessa Brantley-Newton leeandlow.com Lee & Low Books Grades PreK-2 Junas Jar written by Jane Bah...

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Summer Reading Grades 3-5
leeandlow.com Lee & Low Books Grades 3-5 Poems in the Attic written by Nikki Grimes, illustrated by Elizabeth Zunon https://www.leeandlow.com/books/2...

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Carmen Lomas Garza unit by The Alma Project
T H E A L M A P R O J E C T Carmen Lomas Garza: Chicana Author and Illustrator Denver Public Schools In partnership with Metropolitan State College of Denver A C ul tu ra l C ur ri cu lu m I nf us io n M od el Carmen Lo...

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