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Franklin Park Reading Series - Zetta Elliott
Lee & Low Books
Spanish, Bilingual, and Language Collections. Established in , the New Voices Award encourages writers of color and Native nations to submit their work to a publisher that takes pride in nurturing new talent. Prevo introduces readers to a variety of modern-day athletes with physical disabilities who have overcome challenging obstacles to achieve great successes in their lives. Read more about the winner and honor recipients. If you want to know whether your manuscript has arrived safely, use an express shipping service or USPS Delivery Confirmation.
His picture book manuscript, The Echo People , is the story of two children who go on a special journey with their grandfather and, through their different experiences, learn how we create our own realities through the words and actions we give to the world. SD Youngwolf is a writer and an award-winning artist who is tribally enrolled in the Georgia Tribe of Eastern Cherokee. His creativity is inspired by traditional indigenous stories and history, and by the young people he meets during his storytelling performances. He hopes that The Echo People will resonate with readers by giving them a stronger sense of responsibility for the way they lead their lives. Prevo introduces readers to a variety of modern-day athletes with physical disabilities who have overcome challenging obstacles to achieve great successes in their lives.
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.