Antioch Seattle’s School of Education Sponsors 4th Annual Multicultural Children’s Literature Celebration

Antioch University Seattle’s School of Education is proud to sponsor our fourth annual Multicultural Children’s Literature Celebration. This year MCLC will see “Chef Roy Choi and the Street Food Remix” author June Jo Lee and illustrator Man One visiting seven schools in the Kent, Tukwila, and Seattle school districts.

The purpose of these assemblies is to celebrate and emphasize multicultural children’s literature with students and teachers in diverse settings.

In our partnership with Dearborn Park International in Seattle, our teacher candidates are actively engaged in planning and reflecting on teaching “Chef Roy Choi” to third graders with the help of Librarian Craig Seasholes. In addition, Dearborn Park is pleased to host a public and free evening for parents and educators with June Jo Lee, Man One, and co-publisher of the book, Philip Lee on Thursday, January 31, 2019 from 4:30-5:30 p.m. in the library.

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