We’re so excited to share that four Lee & Low titles have been selected by the National Education Association as Read Across America 2021-2022 picks!
Each month, the NEA selects a picture book, middle grade and young adult title that explores diversity and inclusion. Included below are the Lee & Low titles selected complete with resources such as interviews with the author, how to share the book with students, and questions for discussion or reflective writing at the links below. Be sure to explore them all!
Last week, Tu Books Publisher Stacy Whitman spoke at the Kansas Association of Teachers of English (KATE) conference about why and how to use diverse books in the classroom. In this blog post, we share some highlights from her presentation that may be helpful for readers across the country. Continue reading
Think there’s no need for sepia-toned filters and hashtags in your classroom? Don’t write off the world of #selfies just yet.
Instagram is one of the most popular social media channels among generation Z, or those born after 1995 and don’t know a world without the Internet. It shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that this is a generation of visual learners and communicators, where sharing your life-from the food you’re about to eat to your thoughts about anything and everything-is a part of your everyday routine. So, why allow Instagram in your classroom? Continue reading