Thank you to everyone who joined us this week for our webinar, 2018 Diverse Summer Reading. If you missed it live (or just want to watch again), here is a recording of the webinar:
We are proud to announce the return of Más Piñata, now part of our Bebop Books imprint! Más Piñata is a series of leveled books for Emerging and Beginning Readers, available in both Spanish and English. Más Piñata offers rich, culturally-relevant stories that support meaningful literacy development in guided reading and biliteracy settings. Continue reading
Calling all ELL and dual language educators! Join us for a FREE webinar next week launching our Más Piñata line of leveled readers and exploring the benefits of dual language leveled reading.
Más Piñata was the first authentic early literacy program for Spanish-speaking students in the United States. Now Más Piñata is available for the first time in both English and Spanish as part of our beloved Bebop Books imprint, with updated texts aligned to current educational standards.
In this discussion and presentation, learn how to use these dual language Spanish-English texts to promote early literacy skills in the classroom. Attendees will come away with ready-to-implement strategies for guided reading and shared reading, bilingual and dual language programs, and reluctant or struggling readers. All advocates of students welcome! Continue reading
Thank you to everyone who joined us this week for our webinar, “Using Diverse Books to Support Social and Emotional Learning”! If you missed it live (or just want to watch again), here is a recording of the webinar:
Hey educators! Start the new year off right by joining our free 45-minute upcoming webinar on using diverse books to support social and emotional learning. This free PD offering is perfect for teachers, literacy coaches, administrators, and librarians who are looking to expand their knowledge on social and emotional learning. Continue reading
A few weeks ago we hosted our first webinar, “Shaping Up Your Manuscript: A Conversation With Our Editors,” sharing writing advice for those who are interested in submitting to our New Voices Award, our New Visions Award, or just our general submissions. You can now watch (or rewatch) it online here: Continue reading
Looking to expand your collection of authentic diverse children’s books? Lee & Low is excited to be participating in a free live webinar tomorrow on #OwnVoices books, hosted by School Library Journal! Continue reading
As stories of bullying fill the news, many teachers, librarians, and parents are looking for helpful resources. Join us for a free, hour-long webinar in which publishers Lee & Low Books (represented by Director of Curriculum and Literacy Strategy Jill Eisenberg) and Second Story Press will present titles that aim to engender empathy and understanding for others. Additionally, assistant professor of teacher education Amina Chaudhri will offer tips on how to use books to prevent bullying. Moderated by Sarah Hunter, Booklist’s Books for Youth Senior Editor. Continue reading