Category Archives: Resources

Is My Character “Black Enough”? Advice on Writing Cross-Culturally

Tu Books Publisher and Editorial Director Stacy Whitman shares advice on writing cross-culturally for an author who wonders, “Is my character black enough?”

Books That Fit Your Definition of “American Family”

Our literacy expert offers a list of LEE & LOW titles that feature traditional and nontraditional families for the holiday season.

A School Visit with G. Neri, author of Yummy

Our literacy expert writes about author G. Neri’s work with Behind the Book and how they’re inspiring young writers in schools across the country.

What is Dyspraxia? One Parent’s Experience

In this post, author S.P. Gates shares her experiences with her son’s dyspraxia and gives us more insight on the disorder.

Lulu Delacre on Transitioning from Illustrator to Author

Lulu Delacre, author and illustrator of How Far Do You Love Me, shares tips on transitioning from illustrator to author.

New Voices Award Winners: Where Are They Now?

New Voices Award winners share what they’ve been doing since having their first book published by LEE & LOW.

New Voices Award Winners: Publishing Your First Book

New Voices Award winners share how it felt to have their first book published.

How to Set Up a Skype Author Visit

How to set up a virtual visit with an author or illustrator for your book club, library, or classroom.

Mapping Columbus’s First Voyage

A map of Columbus’s first journey, as experienced by Balthasar Infante in Shana Mlawski’s historical fantasy novel, Hammer of Witches.

Advice for New Writers from our New Voices Award Winners

Advice for new writers from winners of our New Voices Award writing contest.

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