N is for nolda, what I do every day. Won't you come join me? It means "to play"!
My First Book of Korean Words introduces Korean language and culture to preschool children in a gentle, playful way. Its ABC structure provides a familiar framework that encourages fun and easy learning. The mix of everyday words, sound words and words specific to Korean life gives kids a varied sample of language and culture. Each word taught is shown in Hangeul as well as in its Romanized form, and cultural and linguistic notes here and there enhance the learning experience. Kids will love Ji-min and her friends as they join her from page to colorful page!
Kyubyong Park works at a Korean publishing company that creates practice books for Koreans learning English. Along with Henry J. Amen, IV, he is the author of Korean for Beginners.
Henry J. Amen, IV, is a freelance editor and writer of language learning materials; he studied Korean while working for a publishing company in Seoul for two years. Along with Kyubyong Park, he is the author of Korean for Beginners.
Aya Padron is a freelance artist who works in many media, among them painting and photography. She is the illustrator of Korean for Beginners.
0.9 x 23.4 x 20.9 cm
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10 Spetember 2012