Spring is just around the corner even in Oak town. Everyone dusts off their clothes. Little Bee and Ms. Flower-bee are going out to collect nectar from all of the spring flowers that have just blossomed splendidly. A charming series about nature and seasons. Also available: SUMMER. Coming soon: AUTUMN.
When the wind tickles your nose, when you just want to hear the sound of the wave, when you just want to go out – yes. It is the time. Right now. To the place that calls my name. Ah. “You came.” “I will see you again next time.” What did the wave tell you this time?
written and illustrated by Chun-young and Lee Ji-won Lee
Some cities are really old, and others are brand new. Some are next to the ocean and others are on the mountain. Learn about how cities function and how people live in them and also find out about city challenges such as housing, transportation, waste and pollution issues.
A young boy goes on a summer trip with his family. Whilst he is taking a walk with his dog, he absorbs the energy from nature around him and the day remains an unforgettable memory. Sometimes we are so busy that we miss many of life’s precious moments. Hence the importance of looking around our ordinary lives to remind us of the value of happiness.
“Chronicling 100 years of history of a small men’s tailor shop in Seoul, retold with dog-headed figures and making judicious use of colour based on browns and greys, this exquisite picture book shows the details of the crowded city, tailoring tools and processes, and a fascinating variety of body shapes being measured and fitted with bespoke suits.” BOLOGNA RAGAZZI AWARD – OPERA PRIMA 2020 MENTION
What comes in and out of our nose non-stop? Air! Although air is invisible, it is the most essential element to sustain life. Through fascinating experiments, readers will experience the existence of air, and they will also learn what air can do.
Woongjin Thinkbig / 270 x 215 / 44 pages
World except Korean, Simplified Chinese & Indonesian
written by Sung-hwa Kim & Su-jin Kwon and illustrated by Ryeong-eon Kim
Can you see me? I’m long and chubby. I live inside a large hotel that moves all the time. I’m a colon bacillus I live on the middle floor of the hotel. Inside the dark and curvy large intestine of yours!
Rights sold:Complex & Simplified Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Russian, Indonesian & English
The story of grass on the golf field. The grass and their friends are happy with their life. Once day when they wake up, the grass notices that all the friends are gone, and that it has been cut and trimmed by humans. A powerful book about the impact of humans’ actions and capitalism on the world around us.