Ready Set Draw! TEA WITH OLIVER
Author and illustrator Mika Song shows us how to draw Oliver from TEA WITH OLIVER at the KidLit TV Children’s Book Weekend on Governors Island!
We taped this episode of Ready Set Draw! on location at the military installation on Governors Island known collectively as Fort Columbus! In 1878, officers’ families started to move in, and resources, such as a movie theater, a YMCA, “officer’s club,” public school, and three chapels, were built. This house is located next to the Admirals House in Nolan Park and was built in the late 1800s!
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ABOUT THE BOOK
Oliver is not like other cats. He likes cookies and tea and just wants a friend to share them with. Philbert is the shy mouse who lives under Oliver’s couch. He tries to get Oliver’s attention by writing him notes, but Oliver doesn’t notice little Philbert. When a full-on cat party erupts at Oliver’s apartment, brave Philbert decides this is his big chance to finally introduce himself to Oliver.
ABOUT GOVERNORS ISLAND
Governors Island is in New York, only minutes away from lower Manhattan and Brooklyn! You and your family can go to Governors Island by catching a ferry this summer.
ABOUT MIKA SONG
Mika Song is a children’s writer/illustrator who makes stories about sweetly funny outsiders. She grew up in Manila, Philippines and Honolulu, Hawaii before moving to New York to study at Pratt Institute. She studied animation and worked as an animator before getting into children’s books.
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This made my sub so happy when i draw this and him teaching, I will miss him so much and have want him to stay for ever.