The Open Book

The Open Book is the blog of Lee & Low Books, an independent children's publishing company. We discuss publishing, books, race an..

Already a Member? Log In to Your Account
The Open Book is the blog of Lee & Low Books, an independent children's publishing company. We discuss publishing, books, race and gender, schools and libraries, and whatever else strikes our fancy.
Added: September 15, 2009
Authority: 55.8753
Type: Blog
Language: English
Category: Books
  Analytics :: more
   Words Describing This Blog
belonging quotes plot text fiction weve mesquite pat slovakia bill contest february titles teaching dummy library discussion americans visions established shares ferris imprint conference setting killer speeches discuss diversity pon olympics literature sets illustrator goal race thoughts garcia finalists douglass thanksgiving mariposas students mirror wrote castles illustrated speaking isaac middle recommended indie lgbt sensational diya indigenous hopkins winners tomatoes ala poem explains honor poetry hands designer asked racism fabric publishing potato thematic literacy bloggers contributed moon poems award annual science lives bennett artwork voices texts celebrate frederick miles mystery reveal session african racial giving writers staff thrilled joseph created marilyn matter fantasy announce resources remembering guadalupe hurricane stories april cinco downton published sneak grade cat puffling reflect columbus stacy signings trilogy katie talks auth unpacking haiku energies meaning cindy powerful holidays rich advice authors learned buzz mccall equality filed memorial aloud culture adult childrens 101 william standards awards student passover compiling rainbow witches recap discusses december march mlawski leeandlow deforge roundup association tony awakening peoples puntos peek holocaust jaclyn whitman announcing ponderings publisher intern multicultural manhattanville horizontally traylor shana bruchac curriculum jai cultural baseball growing readers celebrates fallen schedule teachers medina bueller musings pie spring rigorous hammer resident elementary bruce lee poet ramadan close professor anthology diverse bryce luther patrol biography winning core dystopia chinese unpacks sandy womens classroom appendix focus malinda celebration
   Latest Posts :: more

Three Ways to Teach Etched In Clay by Andrea Cheng

Literacy specialist, Jill Eisenberg, provides three ways to use Etched In Clay in the classroom. Etched in Clay is a powerful book for a unit on poetry, author's artistic and literary choices, American slavery, and more.

Ask an Editor: Villain POVs

Tu Books editor and publisher Stacy Whitman discusses writing and reading the villain POV in a story.

Where In The World: How One Class Used Google Maps to Explore the Vanishing Cultures Series

We explore how Jan Reynolds' Vanishing Cultures series can be used in the classroom. Check out how this 3rd and 4th grade class used Google Maps to study where the books take place.



  Related Blogs
Language: English
Language: English
Language: English
Language: English
Language: English
Language: English
© 2006-2014 OnToplist.com, All Rights Reserved