Lunar New Year MOCAKIDS Author Meet & Greet: Michele Wong McSween

Museum of Chinese in America

215 Centre Street
New York City, NY 10013
United States

Join author Michele Wong McSween for a meet & greet at MOCA! Michele will teach English and Mandarin words from her new bilingual book, Gordon & Li Li Celebrate Chinese New Year, where Gordon & Li Li learn about New Years’ preparations, good luck foods, and special greetings for a happy and prosperous New Year. A special Year of the Rat bookmark craft and book signing will follow the reading! Best for children ages 3-5. Older and younger siblings welcome!

 

About the Book

Gordon and Li Li are cousins. Li Li is from Beijing, China and speaks Mandarin. Gordon lives in Brooklyn, New York and speaks English. They are so excited to celebrate Chinese New Year together!

Gordon & Li Li Celebrate Chinese New Year is an adorable and informative must-have book for any family who wants to get little ones excited to learn about Chinese New Year �" and a second language! Eacpage features the English and pinyin spelling along with the Chinese character and the phonetic Mandarin pronunciation to help readers practice.

 

About the Author

Michele Wong McSween is a mom, fashion designer, author and a fourth generation Chinese American. Growing up in Sacramento, CA, she never learned Chinese and wanted to be sure her own boys were confident with Chinese language and culture. After enrolling them in early-learning Mandarin classes, McSween looked for appropriate Mandarin bedtime reading and found that little was available. She created Gordon & Li Li with an appealing, simple and modern design aesthetic that would engage kids and parents alike.

 

http://www.mocanyc.org/visit/events/lunar_new_year_mocakids_author_meet_greet_michele_wong_mcsween

Saturday, 18 January, 2020

Contact:

MOCA Education

Cost:

Free with Museum admission

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