Lee and low books publishing
Contact Us | Lee & Low BooksSpanish, Bilingual, and Language Collections. We are also one of the few minority-owned publishing companies in the United States, as well as a throwback to what many publishers used to be: independent, generational businesses in which the people running the company have a personal stake in its success. What does it mean to be an independent publisher? It means we make our own decisions and publish what we want. It means we control the quality of our books and keep books in print for a long time so they have a chance to find their audience. It means we have the freedom to pursue our mission of increasing the number of diverse books available to children. Our story began in with a simple mission: to publish contemporary diverse stories that all children could enjoy.
Why are We Still Talking About Diversity? - Andrea Jamison - TEDxValparaisoUniversity
Submission Guidelines, Writing Contests, and Resources
Especially interested in realistic fiction, historical fiction, and nonfiction with a unique approach. No folktales or animal stories. Submit by regular mail only. Post an update for this listing. Stay in touch with The Writer.
Spanish, Bilingual, and Language Collections. Take some time to read through and learn more about our editorial guidelines and what we are looking for. In addition, if you have never been published before, we encourage you to enter your work in our annual writing contests. For more details, click here. We are open to seeing work from professional illustrators and artists at all levels of experience.
Most of the books were targeted to Caucasians or contained animals or fairy tales. There was nothing dealing with contemporary issues and people of color. The Diversity Baseline Survey DBS was sent to 1, reviewer employees and 11, publishing employees for a total of 13, surveys deployed. Bebop Books prints leveled books for early readers in English and Spanish. Tu Books publishes middle grade and young adult science fiction, fantasy, and mystery featuring people of color or set in worlds inspired by non-Western folklore or culture.