Gee-Eun spends most of her time with her grandmother. Her mum is too busy working full-time to take care of her most days. In this autobiographical picture book, the author offers readers a deeply touching view of her precious guardian, the grandma mum.
Written and illustrated by the winner of the Bologna Ragazzi 2021 Comics Early Reader Award
This picture book is an invitation for readers sitting in a room and staring out of the window to enter into a world of imagination. You can simply observe the sights through the window, or have a new and vibrant perspective on your everyday life. Jeong-hyun Lee studied Fashion design at Sejeong University in S. Korea and Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp in Belgium.
A series of 7 picture books teaching readers about computer programming through every day problem-solving. These books encourage readers to improve their critical and logical thinking. The series uses cute characters to engage readers and teach them about different computer related subjects.
A series of 17 titles split according to four themes: Growth and Independence Personality and Sociality Experience and Travel Coexistence and Respect
These books provide advice and useful tips from experts in the field as well as individual projects for readers to complete at the end of each book. Readers are inspired to find their own areas of interest while building their knowledge and personalities.
written by Kim Mi-hye and illustrated by Ko Hye-jin
One day Seol Ha loses her hat in the wind. It flies into a garden where Seol Ha meets Bunny Poet. Bunny Poet shows Seol Ha his poem tree and all the words hanging from it that inspire his poems. Bunny Poet then teaches Seol Ha all about how to make random words into poetry.
This book teaches children about the origins of poetry as well as poetic devices such as metaphors, similes and rhythm and encourages them to try writing some themselves!
Ko Hye-jin was selected for ‘the best illustrator of the year at the 2016 Bologna Children’s Book Fair.’
The charming diary of a child observing the stages of his father’s beard growth. He observes the length, how it feels and even what happens to Daddy’s beard when he eats! A great book to teach inquisitive children how to record their observations of any aspect of their lives.
Yum Hye-won received the Ezra Jack Keats New Illustrator Award, 2013. She won Bologna Ragazzi Award in Best Fiction and Golden Kite Award in 2009, APALA Award in 2017, and Charlotte Zolotow Award in 2019.
written by Kim Lee-ra and illustrated by Lee Hee-eun
The Coral Preschool are going on a field trip to the museum tomorrow and the students will have to write a field trip report. But Ggomi the eel and his friends Dongri the blowfish and Dakdak the lobster don’t want to do the assignment. Then Ggomi has a great idea…
written by Seo Ji-yeon and illustrated by Yoon Jin-hyun
Every night Mr. Librarian comes and delivers the books reports that the children wrote that day in the library. One night, the small book is very sad because he did not receive any book reports so Mr. Librarian decides to do something to make the small book happy.
A new series of picture book for children aged 4+. Inspired by the changes in nature, these picture books clearly show lovely and mellow colours to help engage children. Each book features different seasonal events in the deep woods, with lots of details to explore.
written and illustrated by Bo-yoon Choi & Byung-il Ye
In this semi-educomic book, Dr. Snow, the first person to map the real cause of cholera, explains his investigation into cracking the mystery of this deadly disease. Follow Dr. Snow’s investigation and find out what cholera is, why it is so dangerous, and how we can prevent ourselves from contracting this disease in our daily lives.