Lee & Low Books
LEE & LOW BOOKS is an independent children's book publisher focusing on diversity. It is the company's mission to meet the need for stories that ALL children can identify with and enjoy.. Co-founders, Philip Lee and Thomas Low, are both Chinese American making LEE & LOW BOOKS one of the few minority-owned publishing companies in the country.
Specifically interested in books with these subjects or themes: fiction and non-fiction for children aged 5-12 which feature children/people of colour. Of special interest are realistic, historical fiction and non-fiction with distinct voice/unique approach.
95 Madison Avenue Suite 1205|
New York NY 10016 USA
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|Manuscript Submissions||Policy: |
Manuscripts should be typed doubled-spaced and accompanied by a cover letter that includes a brief biography of the author, including pu... More
|Contact Information:||Ms. Jennifer Fox|
|Illustrator Submissions||Policy: |
Artists should send a resume as well as color copies, tear sheets, and/or other illustration samples. If you have a Web site with additi... More
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Lee & Low Books
95 Madison Avenue Suite 1205
New York NY 10016
|Fiction Submissions||Policy: same as manuscript above|
|Non-Fiction Submissions||Policy: same as manucript above|
|Photographer Submissions||Policy: same as illustrator above|
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