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My First Book of Korean Words
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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.

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"This book introduces the reader to the Korean alphabet and Korean words. Each page features colorful illustrations and Korean writing." --Audrey, age 7, City Book Review
"With just one book, your kids will be exposed to Korean culture and the Korean alphabet in a rhyming beautifully illustrated picture book." --PragmaticMom.com
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"Explore gimchi or kimchi, Taekwondo, and won (currency of Korea) as you learn all about Korea." --Growing Book by Book blog
"My First Book of Korean Words: An ABC Rhyming Book is filled with colorful pictures illustrating Korean culture, linking the language with its society." --Worlds of Words, The University of Arizona
"Perfect for early language introduction, this hardcover book used the English alphabet to introduce Korean words to youngsters. The hangul writing is included for each word so if you have been learning your Korean letters, you can practice reading the words!" --TheseTemporaryTents.com blog
..".wonderful introduction for young children to the language as well as to the country. For example we learn that Koreans often eat vegetables and rice for breakfast, and that they believe there is a rabbit in the moon like we say there is a man in the moon. This book has beautiful illustrations and have the word in Korean letters with the pronunciation and then the English. The words go along with the English alphabet and the book mentions which letters are not in the Korean language." --Crafty Moms Share blog

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