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Interview: Author LaTisha Redding on Immigration, Grief, and the Healing Power of Art

11/22/2016 07:00:22 AM

In this interview, author LaTisha Redding discusses how she tackles heavy themes in children’s books and what inspired her to write Henri’s story. > read more

Celebrating 25 Books Over 25 Years: Summoning the Phoenix

11/21/2016 08:00:47 AM

Celebrating LEE & LOW’s 25th Anniversary with a look back at 25 years of books. This post highlights the award-winning title SUMMONING THE PHOENIX, from our Shen's Book imprint. > read more

Shame the Stars: Teaching Forgotten Narratives

11/21/2016 06:51:22 AM

In this guest post, educator and writer Tami Charles presents text-dependent questions and inquiry-based activities for students to practice close reading and critical thinking with the book Shame the Stars. > read more

Celebrate National Adoption Day with our Adoption Book List

11/17/2016 10:09:21 AM

November 19th is National Adoption Day! And to celebrate, we are highlighting books that help children learn about and reflect on how families come together. > read more

Finding the Lost Voices with YA Historical Fiction

11/15/2016 07:00:10 AM

Our summer intern asks the question "Can fiction be a pathway to fact?" while looking at YA historical fiction. > read more

Celebrating 25 Books Over 25 Years: Parrots Over Puerto Rico

11/14/2016 08:00:06 AM

Celebrating LEE & LOW's 25th Anniversary with a look back at 25 years of books. This post highlights Parrots Over Puerto Rico. > read more

Interview: Donna Janell Bowman on the Amazing William “Doc” and Jim Key

11/10/2016 10:49:07 AM

In this interview, author Donna Janell Bowman discusses the power of Doc and Jim Key’s message of kindness and what inspired her to write about one of the most famous performing duos in the country. > read more

Close Reading in High School: Ink and Ashes

11/09/2016 07:12:18 AM

Senior Literacy Specialist Jill Eisenberg presents text-dependent questions for students to practice close reading and critical thinking with the book Ink and Ashes. > read more

Celebrating 25 Books Over 25 Years: Summer of the Mariposas

11/07/2016 07:09:46 AM

LEE & LOW BOOKS celebrates its 25th anniversary this year and to recognize how far the company has come, we are featuring one title a week to see how it is being used in classrooms today, as well as hear from the authors and illustrators. This week: > read more

Democracy in Action Book List

11/03/2016 08:00:24 AM

With Election Day just around the corner, we wanted to share these five titles that demonstrate everyday citizens of the United States taking action to create change for the better in their societies. > read more

Plan Your Month Roundup: November Books

11/02/2016 10:14:29 AM

The autumn season is officially underway which means the holidays are right around the corner! Plan out your month with these book recommendations and resources to get you ready for the holiday season! > read more

Books as Bricks: Building a Diverse Classroom Library and Beyond

11/01/2016 13:56:53 PM

Last week, Tu Books Publisher Stacy Whitman spoke at the Kansas Association of Teachers of English (KATE) conference about why and how to use diverse books in the classroom. In this blog post, we share some highlights from her presentation that may > read more

25 Books from 25 Years: Tankborn

10/31/2016 10:36:28 AM

Today, we are celebrating Tankborn, a story about Kayla and Mishalla, two genetically engineered non-humans (GENs) who discover deep secrets about the creation of GENs and in the process find out what it means to be human. > read more

Interview: Recognizing Mexican Contributions to WWII History

10/27/2016 07:30:44 AM

In this interview, author Dorinda Makanaõnalani Nicholson talks about why it is important for her to talk about the Aztec Eagles and the role they played in World War II. > read more

What Diversity Means to Me: Lee & Low Staff Share Their Thoughts

10/25/2016 11:15:33 AM

LEE & LOW staff share the impact and importance of diversity and what diversity truly means to them. > read more

Celebrating 25 Books Over 25 Years: Yummy

10/24/2016 08:00:53 AM

It’s Lee & Low’s 25th anniversary! Today, we are featuring are award-winning graphic novel, YUMMY: THE LAST DAYS OF A SOUTHSIDE SHORTY. > read more

When Politics Goes Low, Children’s Books Go High

10/20/2016 11:52:44 AM

When politics goes low, children's books go high. Here are 6 things that our candidates can learn from children's books! > read more

The Importance of Text Selection: How to Incorporate Social Justice in an English Classroom

10/19/2016 06:59:00 AM

Guest blogger and educator Jarred Amato discusses the importance of text selection and shares advice for teachers looking to incorporate social justice and/or relevant content into their English classroom. > read more

The Carle Honors Recognizes LEE & LOW BOOKS

10/18/2016 09:52:25 AM

This year, publisher Jason Low was one of the four honorees recognized at The Carle Honors. Here are author Gregory Maguire’s remarks on the work and legacy of Lee & Low Books and Publisher Jason Low. > read more

Celebrating 25 Books Over 25 Years: Seeds of Change

10/17/2016 11:08:24 AM

It's Lee & Low's 25th anniversary! Today, we are featuring one of our most popular titles of all time, Seeds of Change: Planting a Path to Peace. This book has inspired schools and organizations around the world to plant seeds of peace! > read more

An Alternative History Book List

10/12/2016 09:01:01 AM

We've highlighted eight of our titles that offer an alternative history lesson from what is oftentimes shown in school textbooks. > read more

Guadalupe García McCall: The History That’s Not in Textbooks

10/11/2016 11:58:09 AM

Author Guadalupe García McCall's reflections on her discovery of a startling piece of Texas history, "La Matanza," and how it inspired her new book. > read more

Interview: Shana Mlawski on the History Surrounding Christopher Columbus

10/10/2016 10:35:57 AM

In this BookTalk, Shana Mlawski shares her views on Christopher Columbus, working with students and what she’d wish for if she had three wishes. > read more

Celebrating 25 Books Over 25 Years: Shining Star

10/10/2016 08:00:27 AM

In this blog series celebrating 25 books over 25 years, we highlight Shining Star: The Anna May Wong Story. > read more

Plan Your Month Roundup: October Holidays

10/07/2016 07:00:07 AM

Fall season is here! Plan out October with these book recommendations and resources to get you ready for the rest of the school year! > read more

Resources for New Writers on Publishing and Craft

10/06/2016 10:33:18 AM

We’ve compiled a list of websites, interviews, and blog posts from our very own editors that discuss writing and the publishing industry for new writers. > read more

Building Classroom Community in Second Grade

10/05/2016 07:02:25 AM

Check out LEE & LOW BOOKS' Building Classroom Community Unit for Second Grade! The FREE and downloadable unit consists of eight read aloud lesson plans to inspire your best classroom community yet. > read more

The Power of Story: Rethinking How We Acknowledge Columbus Day

10/04/2016 11:05:38 AM

In this guest post, educator and writer Tami Charles talks about why we should rethink how we acknowledge Columbus Day. > read more

Celebrating 25 Books Over 25 Years: Bird

10/03/2016 07:32:25 AM

LEE & LOW BOOKS celebrates its 25th anniversary this year and to recognize how far the company has come, we are featuring one title a week to see how it is being used in classrooms today, as well as hear from the authors and illustrators. This week: > read more

Banned Book Week Roundtable: The Evolution of Censorship

09/29/2016 10:58:20 AM

This week is Banned Book Week, a celebration of the freedom to read and an acknowledgement of the ongoing fight against censorship. In our roundtable, we ask authors, scholars, and librarians to share their thoughts on how censorship has evolved and > read more

Building Classroom Community in First Grade

09/28/2016 07:03:45 AM

Check out LEE & LOW BOOKS' Building Classroom Community Unit for First Grade! The FREE and downloadable unit consists of eight read aloud lesson plans to inspire your best classroom community yet. > read more

Diversify Your Nonfiction With These 5 STEM Innovators of Color

09/27/2016 12:35:43 PM

Often when we look at biographies featuring people of color, they repeat the same themes: slavery & civil rights, music, sports. But people of color have contributed positively in every field, including the fields of science, technology, engineering, > read more

Celebrating 25 Books from 25 Years: Chess Rumble

09/26/2016 09:51:02 AM

Today, we are celebrating Chess Rumble, which explores the ways this strategic game empowers young people with the skills they need to anticipate and calculate their moves through life. > read more

Celebrating 25 Books Over 25 Years: George Crum and the Saratoga Chip

09/23/2016 08:00:49 AM

LEE & LOW BOOKS celebrates its 25th anniversary this year and to recognize how far the company has come, we are featuring one title a week to see how it is being used in classrooms today, as well as hear from the authors and illustrators. This week: > read more

My Friend Cora, and Other Children’s Books About Filipinos

09/22/2016 09:20:17 AM

Our summer intern describes a friendship she developed with a character and features LEE & LOW’s Filipino titles. > read more

#DVpit is Back on October 5th and 6th!

09/21/2016 10:09:48 AM

#DVpit, the Twitter pitch event created to showcase marginalized writers, is back on October 5th and 6th! > read more

Exploring the Juvenile Justice System in the Classroom

09/21/2016 05:45:19 AM

Kimberly Reid's YA novel Perfect Liars is an engrossing story that asks a big question: What makes someone a criminal? The discussion questions below, based on Perfect Liars, can help guide a conversation in classrooms about the juvenile justice syst > read more

Knock Down the Wall: 5 Books About Mexico to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

09/15/2016 10:54:53 AM

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with these five titles that celebrate the work and accomplishments of people from Mexico, as well as the beauty and culture of Mexico with these great books. > read more

Building Classroom Community in Kindergarten

09/14/2016 07:04:56 AM

Check out LEE & LOW BOOKS' Building Classroom Community Unit for Kindergarten! The FREE and downloadable unit consists of eight read aloud lesson plans to inspire your best classroom community yet. > read more

Press Release: LEE & LOW Partners with First Book and NEA Foundation to Expand New Visions Award

09/13/2016 07:30:57 AM

WASHINGTON – The National Education Association (NEA) Foundation and publisher Lee & Low Books have joined forces with First Book, a nonprofit social enterprise, to expand the Stories for All ProjectTM, First Book’s groundbreaking initiative to i > read more

Celebrating 25 Books Over 25 Years: Brothers in Hope

09/12/2016 09:42:41 AM

Today we celebrate Brothers in Hope, a moving story of refugees that still resonates today, more than a decade after its original publication. > read more

Thrilled, Eager, and Only Slightly Apprehensive: The Path to Publication

09/08/2016 08:00:00 AM

Writers who submitted to our New Voices Award (but didn't win!) share their experiences about the path to publication. > read more

When Fashion Meets Diversity

09/07/2016 10:29:32 AM

Everyone deserves to know that their story matters. Everyone deserves to be properly represented––in books, in movies, in fashion, and in life. > read more

Plan your Month Roundup: New Resources for September

09/01/2016 09:36:29 AM

Back-to-school season has officially begun! Plan out your month with these book recommendations and resources to get you ready for the autumn season! > read more

Dive Into Reading with the Confetti Kids Activity Guide

08/30/2016 08:00:39 AM

Engage in fun learning activities with the Confetti Kids Activity Guide. > read more

Celebrating 25 Books Over 25 Years: Jim Thorpe’s Bright Path

08/29/2016 08:00:29 AM

25 Books Over 25 Years Blog Series. This post features Jim Thorpe's Bright Path. > read more

10 Reasons to Celebrate Bilingual Books

08/23/2016 10:05:12 AM

Here are our ten favorite reasons to read bilingual books! > read more

Celebrating 25 Books Over 25 Years: Babu’s Song

08/22/2016 07:08:46 AM

LEE & LOW BOOKS celebrates its 25th anniversary this year and to recognize how far the company has come, we are featuring one title a week to see how it is being used in classrooms today, as well as hear from the authors and illustrators. This week: > read more

Marketing 101: How Conferences Taught Me to Plan a Wedding

08/18/2016 10:54:50 AM

Conferences take an immense amount of work, planning, and mental energy. As it turns out, weddings do too. I've learned a lot in my eight years of planning and attending conferences that helped me stay sane throughout the wedding planning process—a > read more

MAMÁ THE ALIEN/Mamá la extraterrestre Blog Tour with René Colato Laínez

08/16/2016 12:24:35 PM

To celebrate the release of Mamá the Alien/Mamá la extraterrestre, author René Colato Laínez will be stopping by the following blogs from August 15th to the 24th! Follow along as René Colato Laínez discusses his writing process, his thoughts on > read more

25 Books from 25 Years: First Day in Grapes

08/15/2016 12:58:24 PM

LEE & LOW BOOKS celebrates its 25th anniversary this year! Today, we are celebrating First Day in Grapes, an inspirational story for children of all backgrounds. > read more

The Heart of Writing: The Revision Process

08/11/2016 07:30:08 AM

Every writer’s revision process is different so to provide some guidance we interviewed two New Voices Award Winners, Linda Boyden (The Blue Roses) and Jennifer Torres (Finding the Music/ En pos de la musica), about how their revision processes hel > read more

Marisol Celebration: Lee & Low Staff Share Their Fears

08/09/2016 07:19:15 AM

In celebration of Marisol McDonald and the Monster/Marisol McDonald y el monstruo, Lee & Low Staff share the scary things that keep them up at night. > read more

25 Books from 25 Years: DESHAWN DAYS

08/08/2016 12:25:10 PM

We celebrate DESHAWN DAYS by Tony Medina, a upbeat and compassionate story about 10-year-old DeShawn and his neighborhood. > read more

Interview: Gwendolyn Hooks on the Unsung Hero of Medicine, Vivien Thomas

08/05/2016 07:30:44 AM

In this interview, Author Gwendolyn Hooks discusses the legacy of this medical pioneer and what inspired her to write about a man whose research helped to save countless lives. > read more

Plan Your Month: August Book Recommendations

08/03/2016 07:15:47 AM

August means slow, lazy summer days combined with the back-to- school scramble. Plan out your month with these book recommendations and resources to take you from here through September. > read more

25 Books from 25 Years: Grandfather Counts

08/01/2016 10:14:52 AM

We celebrate GRANDFATHER COUNTS by Andrea Cheng, a moving story about the love between a grandparent and grandchild that bridges cultural and linguistic differences. > read more

Three Up-and-Coming Writers of Color to Watch Out For

07/28/2016 10:00:51 AM

Learn more about the New Visions Award Finalists' writing experience, what inspires them, and what they hope readers will take away from their stories. > read more

Celebrating 25 Books Over 25 Years: Reflection with Matthew Gollub

07/27/2016 07:03:11 AM

LEE & LOW BOOKS celebrates its 25th anniversary this year and to recognize how far the company has come, we are featuring one title a week to see how it is being used in classrooms today, as well as hear from the authors and illustrators. This week a > read more

Bridging Stories and Communities: The Harlem Book Fair

07/26/2016 10:00:59 AM

Our summer intern Pia talks about her first book fair experience with LEE & LOW BOOKS! > read more

Celebrating 25 Books Over 25 Years: Under the Lemon Moon

07/25/2016 07:00:21 AM

Celebrating 25 Books from 25 Years for LEE & LOW’s 25th Year Anniversary. This week we feature Under the Lemon Moon. > read more

Part 2–Having Students Analyze Our Classroom Library To See How Diverse It Is

07/21/2016 07:58:58 AM

In a follow-up interview to Jessica Lifshitz's recent essay, guest blogger Jessica describes why she wanted her fifth grade students to analyze their classroom library for its culturally responsiveness and relevancy and how she included families and > read more

Meet the Newest Cute Animal of 2016!

07/19/2016 10:11:02 AM

Red pandas? Done. Quokkas? Yawn. Pikas? Boooring. Here are six reasons why you need to know about the olinguito. > read more

Celebrating 25 Books Over 25 Years: Cool Melons–Turn to Frogs! The Life and Poems of Issa

07/18/2016 07:03:52 AM

LEE & LOW BOOKS celebrates its 25th anniversary this year and to recognize how far the company has come, we are featuring one title a week to see how it is being used in classrooms today, as well as hear from the authors and illustrators. This week: > read more

Shaping Voice and Tackling Heavy Themes in Children’s Stories

07/14/2016 10:34:48 AM

New Voices Award Winner Patricia Smith and New Voices Award Honor Hayan Charara share their experiences with shaping voice while tackling the difficult themes in their award-winning titles. > read more

25 Books from 25 Years: Richard Wright and the Library Card

07/11/2016 07:13:01 AM

Today, we are celebrating Richard Wright and the Library Card, an inspirational story for children of all backgrounds. This book shares a poignant turning point in the life of a young man who became one of this country's most brilliant writers, the a > read more

Part 1–Having Students Analyze Our Classroom Library To See How Diverse It Is

07/07/2016 07:02:45 AM

In an excerpt of her essay, guest blogger Jessica Lifshitz describes how she empowers her fifth grade students to analyze their classroom library for its culturally responsiveness and relevancy. > read more

25 Books From 25 Years: Confetti: Poems For Children

06/27/2016 07:00:28 AM

Today, we’re celebrating one of our favorite poetry titles: Confetti: Poems for Children. This book celebrate the vivid landscape of the Southwest and the delightful rapport that children share with the natural world. > read more

Interview: 2013 New Voices Award Winner Sylvia Liu

06/23/2016 10:34:16 AM

Interview with 2013 New Voices Award winner Sylvia Liu, author of A MORNING WITH GRANDPA. > read more

25 Books from 25 Years: Sam and the Lucky Money

06/20/2016 09:54:03 AM

Today, we're celebrating one of our most popular and bestselling titles: Sam and the Lucky Money. This book teaches about kindness, generosity, and gratitude, and lets readers experience Chinese New Year in New York's Chinatown. > read more

No More “Illegal Aliens”

06/16/2016 11:56:35 AM

In this guest post, Children's Book Press author René Colato Laínez talks about his own experiences coming to the US from El Salvador and the label "illegal alien." > read more

Diversity 102: The Library of Congress Battle Over “Illegal Alien”

06/15/2016 12:16:25 PM

Over the past several months, a quiet battle has been raging among librarians and politicians over the term "illegal alien." In this post we give a timeline of the issue and more information on what you can do to help. > read more

Celebrating 25 Books from 25 Years: Zora Hurston and the Chinaberry Tree

06/13/2016 06:30:17 AM

Celebrating 25 Books from 25 Years for LEE & LOW's 25th Year Anniversary. This week we feature Zora Hurston and the Chinaberry Tree. > read more

Come Meet LEE & LOW BOOKS at ALA 2016!

06/09/2016 09:48:43 AM

Check out LEE & LOW BOOK’s schedule for the American Library Association conference in Orlando. > read more

The Diversity Gap in the Tony Awards, 1982-2015

06/07/2016 06:00:32 AM

This year, Broadway megahit Hamilton—which almost exclusively stars actors of color—broke Tony records with a whopping 16 nominations. Add to that nominations for The Color Purple, Eclipsed, and Shuffle Along, and we're in a year where conceivabl > read more

Celebrating 25 Books From 25 Years: Baseball Saved Us

06/06/2016 07:09:34 AM

LEE & LOW BOOKS celebrates its 25th anniversary this year and to recognize how far the company has come, we are featuring one title a week to see how it is being used in classrooms today, as well as hear from the authors and illustrators. This week: > read more

2016 Diverse Summer Reading Lists Grades PreK-8

06/02/2016 06:30:15 AM

Diverse Summer Reading Lists 2016 for Grades PreK-8. > read more

Honoring Memorial Day with LEE & LOW BOOKS

05/26/2016 11:11:19 AM

Celebrate Memorial Day weekend with these great titles from LEE & LOW BOOKS. > read more

Author Rosanne Parry on the Benefits of Reading Levels

05/25/2016 10:43:04 AM

In this guest post, author and bookseller Rosanne Parry offers her thoughts on why reading levels can be valuable, despite some of the drawbacks. > read more

New May Releases from LEE & LOW and TU BOOKS

05/19/2016 09:31:32 AM

New May releases from LEE & LOW and TU BOOKS. > read more

Announcing the Winner of Our New Visions Writing Contest

05/18/2016 10:33:57 AM

We're thrilled to announce that Supriya Kelkar has won the 2015 New Visions Award Writing Contest for her middle grade novel "Ahimsa," set in 1940s India. > read more

Interview: Kimberly Reid, author of PERFECT LIARS

05/13/2016 09:12:02 AM

TU BOOKS author Kimberly Reid on crafting the perfect heist novel, her writing tips, and breaking stereotypes. > read more

Empowering Parents to Increase Literacy in the Home: The PCHP Approach

05/09/2016 06:00:08 AM

Since 1965, The Parent Child-Home Program (PCHP) has been providing under-resourced families the necessary skills and tools to help their children thrive in school and life. PCHP’s nationwide network of program sites works with low-income families > read more

Diversity 102: Ageism in Children’s Literature

05/05/2016 10:20:40 AM

Librarian and Diversity Coordinator Laura Reiko Simeon writes about ageism in children's literature and the importance of diverse portrayals of the elderly. > read more

How to Use Family Diversity and Family Structures to Teach Empathy

05/02/2016 07:05:36 AM

In this interview, guest blogger Dr. Becki Cohn-Vargas, Director of Not in Our School, shares the organization's latest video release about families and family structures. > read more

International Jazz Day: Seven Books that Celebrate Jazz

04/28/2016 09:45:45 AM

Celebrate International Jazz Day with seven books from LEE & LOW about Jazz. > read more

Illustrator Jessica Lanan Takes Us Behind the Art of The Story I’ll Tell

04/26/2016 11:38:25 AM

Illustrator Jessica Lanan takes readers through her art process for our new picture book, The Story I'll Tell. > read more

Poetry Friday: Animal Poems of the Iguazú/Animalario del Iguazú

04/22/2016 07:00:19 AM

April is National Poetry Month, so we’re celebrating by sharing a poem every week for Poetry Friday. This week’s poem is from Animal Poems of the Iguazú/Animalario del Iguazú, written by Francisco X. Alarcón. > read more

Interview: Nikki Grimes on Writing Poetry

04/20/2016 07:00:32 AM

Award-winning author Nikki Grimes talks poetry and writing Poems in the Attic. > read more

How to Be an Explorer in Your Own Backyard: The Olinguito Activity Kit and Teacher’s Guide

04/18/2016 06:00:50 AM

Download the FREE Olinguito Activity Kit and Teacher's Guide to learn how to be an explorer in your own backyard and use it to teach ¡Olinguito, de la A a la Z! / Olinguito, from A to Z! > read more

Pohela Boishakh: 3 Things That Celebrate the Bengali New Year

04/15/2016 10:33:50 AM

In a guest post, former LEE & LOW intern Mitul Daiyan lists three things that she and her family do to celebrate Pohela Boishakh, the Bengali New Year. > read more

Come Meet LEE & LOW BOOKS at TLA 2016!

04/14/2016 11:31:55 AM

LEE & LOW's itinerary for TLA 2016. > read more

Cover Reveal: SHAME THE STARS

04/13/2016 07:00:47 AM

Cover reveal for SHAME THE STARS, a YA reimagining of "Romeo and Juliet" set during the explosive years of the Mexican Revolution. > read more

Celebrating Día at School

04/11/2016 07:05:32 AM

Join Lee & Low Books, Spanish Playground, MommyMaestra, and American Immigration Council for a discussion on how to create an effective Dia celebration at your school. Webinar is FREE and open to all on Thursday, April 14. > read more

Poetry Friday: Under the Mesquite

04/08/2016 10:57:00 AM

April is National Poetry Month, so we’re celebrating by sharing a poem every week for Poetry Friday. This week’s poem is from Under the Mesquite, written by Guadalupe Garcia McCall. > read more

Using “Under the Mesquite” to Help Medical Students Gain Cultural Awareness

04/07/2016 10:33:12 AM

In this review of UNDER THE MESQUITE by Guadalupe Garcia McCall, guest blogger Mark Kuczewski explains how novels can help medical students gain cultural awareness. > read more

#DVpit: A Twitter Pitching Event for Marginalized Authors

04/06/2016 07:15:31 AM

We are excited to share information on #DVpit, a special Twitter event created to showcase manuscript pitches by marginalized authors and help agents and editors discover them. > read more

Interview: Why Culturally Responsive Literature Matters

04/04/2016 07:10:05 AM

Guest blogger R. Joseph Rodríguez shares strategies on teaching Guadalupe García McCall’s novels in middle and high school English Language Arts, as well as discusses the impact of culturally responsive and relevant literature in the classroom. > read more

Resources for Teaching About Wangari Maathai and SEEDS OF CHANGE

04/01/2016 10:19:41 AM

Jill Eisenberg, our Literacy Specialist, celebrates Wangari Maathai's birthday and shares online resources, activities, and lesson plans for educators teaching the book Seeds Of Change. > read more

Diversity 102: 5 Things to Consider Before Putting Together a Diversity Panel

03/31/2016 09:59:49 AM

Putting together a panel about diversity? Here are five key things to consider. > read more



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