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A Busy Day at Mr. Kang's Grocery Store by Alice Flanagan Full of photographs; describes Mr. Kang's daily work at his grocery store.
A Family in South Korea by Lerner Publications Describes the busy life of Chun Yung Mee who lives with her family in a village in the Republic of Korea. Includes color photos on each page.
A Gesture Life by Chang-Rae Lee As he did in his debut (Native Speaker), the author explores the dilemma of being an outsider. First, as a native-born Korean, protagonist Franklin Hata bends over backwards to fit into Japanese culture, circa 1944. Then he attempts a similar bit of environmental adaptation in postwar America--more specifically, in the slumbering New York suburb of Bedley Run. But in neither case does he quite succeed, which gives the novel its peculiar, faltering sense of tragedy.
A Gift of the Emperor by Therese Park A graphic story about Korean comfort women..
A Kid's Guide to Asian-American History by Valerie Petrillo More than 70 activities including eleven based in Korean culture.
A Korean Mother's Cooking Notes by Chang Sun-Young Easy to follow; reads like a journal.
A New Beginning: A Collection of Essays by Kim Dae-Jung Writings by the current president of South Korea and winner of the 200 Nobel Peace prize, spanning nearly four decades of South Korea's struggle for democracy and human rights.
A New History of Korea by Ki-baik Lee Widely used as a college text in Korea. Translated into several other languages, including this English one.
A New History of Korea by Ki-baik Lee
A Ricepaper Airplane by Gary Pak A dying man envisions a ricepaper airplane that would carry him back to his Korean homeland and to his wife and children.
A Single Shard by Linda Sue Park Tree-ear, a thirteen-year-old orphan in medieval Korea, lives under a bridge in a potters village, and longs to learn how to throw the delicate celadon ceramics himself. A 2002 Newbery medal winner.
A Single Square Picture: A Korean Adoptee's Search for Her Roots by Katy Robinson What a beautifully shared story! Kim Ji-yun (Katy) left Korea to be adopted in the United States at the age of seven, and returns as a married 28-year-old to rediscover the family and roots she can hardly remember.
A Step from Heaven by Ah Na A young Korean girl and her family find it difficult to learn English and adjust to life in America. Winner of the Michael L. Printz Award for excellence in Literature.
A Suitcase of Seaweed and Other Poems by Janet S. Wong Perceptive, touching, and often amusing poems about the author's Korean, Chinese, and American heritage and her family.
A Tiger by the Tale and Other Stories from the Heart of Korea retold by Lindy Soom Curry Folktales with tips from a professional storyteller on developing one's own storytelling style. Ages 9+.
Adopted and Wondering: Drawing Out Feelings by Marge Eaton Heegaard
Aekyung's Dream by Min Paek A girl (whose family recently emigrated from Korea) is able to adjust to her new life after learning of the dream of a Korean cultural figure.
All About Korea by Ann Martin Bowler Stories, songs, crafts, and more.
All about Me by Lynn Burwash and Cie McMullin Provides opportunities for parents and young children to have frank, meaningful discussions about adoption...kids can participate by drawing and/ or filling in the blanks using their own washable crayons and markers.
An Introduction to Korean Culture by John H. Koo and Andrew C. Nahm Sometimes used as college textbook, this comprehensive guide covers language, people, arts, music, dance, and more.