Michele Wong McSween, author of the first Mandarin words board book series Gordon & Li Li, has released her latest title, Gordon & Li Li: Colors in Mandarin. Loveable panda cousins, Gordon & Li Li are learning a rainbow of yummy colors in their newest book, Gordon & Li Li: Colors in Mandarin. Children, caregivers and parents alike will delight in the colorful, playful, and recognizable Asian-inspired foods as they learn the colors of the rainbow in English and Mandarin. Each page spread features the color and the coordinating food to reinforce learning colors in a simple, fun, and easy-to-read format. Available at: gordonandlili.com and Amazon.com.
Michele Wong McSween
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