Category Archives: Fairs/Conventions

Rukhsana Khan on Cross-Cultural Writing and Achieving True Diversity

Rukhsana Khan shares her comments from the NCTE opening session on cross-cultural writing and what it takes to achieve true diversity.

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Recap: Horn Book’s Mind the Gaps Colloquium at Simmons College

The panel I participated in was called Publishing for the Gaps. The other panelists were Arthur Levine, publisher of Arthur A. Levine Books at Scholastic but more famously known for bringing Harry Potter to the United States, and Ginee Seo, children’s book director of Chronicle Books. The moderator was Roger Sutton.

Recap: Diversity Panels at New York Comic Con 2014

Tu Books Publisher Stacy Whitman recaps the Geeks of Color Go Pro and Women of Color in Comics panels from New York Comic Con 2014.

ALA 2014 Recap: Diversity All Around

LEE & LOW BOOKS recaps the ALA Annual Conference in Las Vegas.

Join Us Tomorrow in New York City for the Harlem Book Fair!

LEE & LOW BOOKS will be at the Harlem Book Fair on Saturday, July 12, 2014. Stop by and say hello!

2014 ALA Signing Schedule

LEE & LOW’s signing schedule for the 2014 ALA Annual Conference.

Join Us for a Diversity Discussion at ALA in Las Vegas

If you’ll be at the ALA Annual Conference this month in Las Vegas, join LEE & LOW BOOKS for a special book buzz discussion: Moving the Needle: Diversity in children’s books and how to make a difference.

THE WORLD AGREES #WENEEDDIVERSEBOOKS

It’s almost here! Tomorrow is BookCon and that means that the #WeNeedDiverseBooks campaign’s panel is happening. When: Tomorrow, May 31st, 2014 from 10AM-11AM Where: Jacob Javits Center, Room 1EO2 Speakers: Aisha Saeed, Ellen Oh, Grace Lin, I.W. Gregorio, Jacqueline Woodson, Lamar Giles, Marieke Nijkamp, Matt de la Peña, Mike Jung Description: After taking the Internet by […]

LEE & LOW at Brooklyn Book Festival on Sunday, 9/22

Lee & Low Books will be at Brooklyn Book Festival on Sunday, 9/22.

Signings and Readings at the Harlem Book Fair

Harlem Book Fair signing and reading schedule. Meet Colin Bootman (illustrator of LOVE TWELVE MILES LONG), Eric Velasquez (illustrator of AS FAST AS WORDS COULD FLY), George Ford (illustrator of PAUL ROBESON and RAY CHARLES), and Shadra Strickland (illustrator of BIRD).