2024 Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month Events

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We are excited to share three upcoming virtual author visits for Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Please feel free to forward the attached flyer to your child’s teacher to see if they would like their classroom to participate. AAPS families are also welcome to participate from home by using the same registration link.

Friday, May 17, 1:00-2:00 PM


We hope high school students, teachers, and families can join to learn more from Pham who is an award-winning graphic novelist, comic artist, and high school educator.

Monday, May 20, 10:00-10:45 AM


Students in grades 3-8 and their teachers and families are encouraged to attend this talk and writing activity with a local award-winning author about how to make a story unique to you.

Wednesday, May 22, 10:00-10:30 AM


Local author Kyunghee Kim welcomes elementary students (especially grades Y5-2), teachers, and families for a reading and question-answer session about See Us Bloom.

Additionally, the Ann Arbor District Library has several upcoming Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage events

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