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Guide to Reading at Home with Children 

Books have the power to initiate meaningful conversations between adults and young people. Our Guide to Reading at Home with Children/Guía de Lee & Low Books para leer en casa en familia was created to help caregivers learn how to read aloud with children at home, build excitement before reading, improve comprehension, and create discussion.

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The Meaning of Home: A Q&A with Maham Khwaja and Daby Zainab Faidhi

Graphic with the heading "A Q&A with Maham Khwaja and Daby Zainab Faidhi" that shows the cover of The Home We Make and author photos for Maham and Daby over an illustration of a refugee camp.

In this Q&A, author Maham Khwaja and illustrator Daby Zainab Faidhi share the backstory of their upcoming picture book and its many themes, including displacement, resilience, and the meaning of home. The Home We Make will be available on October 8, 2024!

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New Release: Pedro’s Yo-Yos

Today, we are delighted to celebrate the release of Pedro’s Yo-Yos: How a Filipino Immigrant Came to America and Changed the World of Toys, the backstory of the yo-yo and a colorful biography of businessman Pedro Flores.

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TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK GIVEAWAY: Enter Today!

Asset with the words "Teacher Appreciation Giveaway" (repeated four times) large over a light background with books, as well as "Enter by May 12 for a chance to win a Bebop Books library of 700+ books!" and the covers of Juicy Peach, Everybody Wears Braids, Laundry Day, and the Bebop Books logo.

We see all you hard-working educators out there.

THANK YOU for everything you do to instill a love of learning and reading in young people.

In anticipation and celebration of Teacher Appreciation Week, we’re giving away a library of 700+ paperbacks from our exclusive Bebop Books imprint.

Bebop Books are delightful, child-centered stories that support literacy learning. Appealing texts and pictures by outstanding authors and illustrators from diverse backgrounds engage children as they begin their journeys to becoming successful, independent readers.

Six (6) lucky winners will be randomly selected. The giveaway is open to residents of the fifty (50) United States and the District of Columbia, who are 18 years of age or older at time of entry. All federal, state, and local regulations apply. Limit one (1) entry per person.

See Official Rules for complete details.

New Release: Kicked Out

Today, we are delighted to celebrate the release of Kicked Out by A. M. Dassu! In this stand-alone companion novel to the acclaimed Boy, Everywhere, A. M. Dassu returns to extend the story of Sami’s best friend Ali, who organizes a charity soccer match for their friend Aadam while his whole life is privately unraveling.

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Lexile® Levels for Grades K-5

With our newly updated Lexile® levels for our grades K-5 titles, schools across the country will now be able to bring more equity, inclusion and diversity into their classroom libraries. Our team will work with you to ensure your students have access to authentic, culturally responsive, and contemporary books at the Lexile® levels they need.

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Lexile® Levels for Older Readers in Middle and High School

With our newly updated Lexile® levels for our middle and high school titles, schools across the country will now be able to bring more equity, inclusion and diversity into their classroom libraries. Our team will work with you to ensure your students have access to authentic, culturally responsive, and contemporary books at the Lexile® levels they need.

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