Book and Activity Suggestions to Match Your Summer Adventure: Zoos!

Literacy Specialist, Jill Eisenberg, pairs Lee & Low titles with popular summer outings and easy-to-do activities, including recipes. This week: zoos, Parrots Over Puerto Rico, and a parrot cracker recipe!

Giving Thanks: Thanksgivukkah and Native American Heritage Month

We give thanks for Thanksgivukkah and Native American Heritage Month this holiday season.

A Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Recipe for Rainbow Stew

Rainbow Stew, by award-winning author/illustrator Cathryn Falwell is out today from Lee and Low Books. To celebrate, we’re sharing a recipe for Rainbow Stew.

Mapo Tofu: A Lo Family Recipe

Today is Chinese New Year! Traditionally, the night before Chinese New Year, Chinese families will gather around and eat dinner together, much like this plate from the LEE & LOW title, Auntie Yang’s Great Soybean Picnic: Auntie Yang’s Great Soybean Picnic author and illustrator Ginnie and Beth Lo were kind enough to share one of […]

Jai recipe for Chinese New Year

On Thanksgiving, everyone looks forward to the turkey. Valentine’s Day is the time for chocolate. During Chinese New Year, one of the most popular dish is one called jai, or Buddha’s Delight. Jai is a vegetarian dish and is eaten on the first day of Chinese New Year to bring good luck. According to Buddhist […]

Our favorite Thanksgiving food traditions

Thanksgiving is the best holiday, ’cause it’s all about food. I mean, it’s also about being thankful, and about our country’s complicated history, but: turkey! stuffing! PUMPKIN PIE! Here are some favorite food-related traditions and recipes from the Lee & Low staff: Keilin, Marketing/Publicity Intern: One food-related Thanksgiving tradition that my family does is something […]

Roti Around the World

In this post, our marketing intern Keilin Huang dishes on rotis around the world: In one of our new LEE & LOW books released this October, Drummer Boy of John John, a young Trinidadian boy named Winston dreams of being in the best band in the Carnival parade, so he can get some of the […]

Angelo Sosa’s Chilled Edamame and Spring Pea Soup

Congratulations to our picture book Auntie Yang’s Great Soybean Picnic, which just received its THIRD starred review! School Library Journal calls it “a stellar title that will rest comfortably next to acclaimed picture-book memoirs by Allen Say, Peter Sís, and Uri Shulevitz.” We asked celebrity chef and Top Chef finalist Angelo Sosa if he’d be […]