Multicultural Children’s Literature Celebrations with Javaka Steptoe

Antioch University Seattle (AUS) is partnering with award winning children’s author and illustrator Javaka Steptoe for the second annual Multicultural Children’s Literature Celebration! This year’s Multicultural Children’s Literature Celebration includes multiple events across several days, and AUS is involved in many of them. For example, AUS is supporting an upcoming arts-based workshop with Steptoe on January 27, 2017 at Dearborn Park International School, which will give AUS teacher candidates an opportunity to work with primary grade students using lessons that utilize multicultural literature.

In addition, AUS is also hosting, at our beautiful new campus, a fun and interactive book reading by Steptoe followed by an open house, on January 25, 2017. This event is an opportunity for the broader AUS community to participate, as it is “open to current and future educators, librarians, and friends of children.” Antioch University Seattle is now located at 2400 Third Avenue, Suite 200, Seattle, WA 98121, across the second and third floors of the building. RSVP to the January 25, 2017 event here.

Steptoe’s most recent book, Radiant Child, about the life and art of Jean-Michel Basquiat, has recently been named one of the “Best of” nonfiction books by School Library Journal and the “Best Children’s Book” of the year by Essence magazine. The Washington Post named Radiant Child one the “Best Books of 2016.” Previous books have earned Steptoe the prestigious Coretta Scott King Illustrator award and his work on Jimi Hendrix was a New York Times bestseller.

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