Publishing books "about everyone, for everyone," Lee and Low Books is doing its part to diversify bookshelves. For the past 30 years, the company has prided itself on "publishing beautiful and authentic diverse books for young readers," but the work does not end there. Lee and Low also curates hundreds of lesson plans to accompany these books. Readers can browse these lessons at the link above, using the search bar to seek out a specific title or checking out one of the lesson collections at the bottom of the page (e.g., the "Trauma-Informed Collection" and "Bilingual Collection"). Lesson plans are available in PDF format and include basic book information (e.g., reading level and themes), a book summary, guiding questions, a vocabulary list, activities, and strategies for multilingual students. Plus, several lessons are accompanied by author interviews. These lesson plans may also be of interest to caregivers, as they include additional resources for inclusive conversations on topics such as gender identity, civil rights, and housing insecurity. Though the lessons are free, book prices and purchase options are listed next to each title for those interested in buying titles or those without access to library copies.