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Korean and English Nursery Rhymes

Wild Geese Land of Goblins & Other Favourite

Danielle Wright Helen Acraman


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01 May 2018
A charming collection of fourteen well-loved rhymes, Korean and English Nursery Rhymes is the perfect introduction to Korean language and culture for young readers.

This beautifully illustrated book features songs and rhymes perfect for children who are interested in learning the Korean language or about its culture.

Presented in both English and Korean, this multicultural children's book also includes an audio CD with recordings of kids singing in both languages - songs so lively and sweet, you'll soon find yourself singing along! Many accompany everyday play activities like jump rope and hand clap games. Others speak to a child's view of nature, and a love of home.

14 Favorite rhymes and songs including:

* Little One * Monkey's Bottom * Twirling Round * Spring in My Hometown
By:   Danielle Wright, Helen Acraman
Imprint:   Tuttle
Country of Publication:   United States
Edition:   Bilingual edition
Dimensions:   Height: 279mm,  Width: 216mm, 
ISBN:   9780804849982
ISBN 10:   0804849986
Pages:   32
Publication Date:   01 May 2018
Recommended Age:   From 4 to 8 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  0-5 years ,  Children / Juvenile
Language:   Korean
Format:   Mixed media product
Publisher's Status:   Active

Danielle Wright is the creator of the award-winning multilingual book My Village: Rhymes from Around the World. Danielle is a travel writer and book editor and the author of Japanese Nursery Rhymes: Carp Streamers, Falling Rain and Other Favorites.Helen Acraman's whimsical graphic works reflect a passion for environmental issues, natural living, and the childlike quality that lives in everyone. She is the illustrator of Japanese Nursery Rhymes: Carp Streamers, Falling Rain and Other Favorites.

Reviews for Korean and English Nursery Rhymes: Wild Geese Land of Goblins & Other Favourite

hellip;it shares fourteen Korean nursery rhymes in Korean, Korean pronunciation and English. The pages of this book are absolutely gorgeous. This book has small asides with instructions or more about the rhyme. Some of the songs are for jumping rope or have hand movements and the instructions explain all of this. Each page is dedicated to a rhyme and the illustrations go along with it in a very simple but colorful way. -Crafty Moms Share blog Songs are a very effective way to expose kids to language. These are the nursery rhymes and songs that Korean kids grow up with; their Mother Goose if you may. blog This colorful compilation of nursery rhymes is written in English and Korean. It also comes with a CD of nursery songs in both languages. -Travel Life magazine The nursery song book does a fantastic job presenting some of Korea's traditional and modern nursery rhymes in a way that makes language learning simple for any age. [...] Sit back and relax to the tranquil melodies as you easily master the Korean language alone or with your little on. Singing along to the rhymes will make you feel accomplished and will absolutely aid in your vocabulary retention. -Gone Seoul Searching blog The illustrations remind me of early Maurice Sendak drawings, so cute and endearing. The rhymes are surprisingly delightful...if you are an American Korean family, this is a must-have book for your children and grandchildren. -KidsR.Us blog This is a really pretty book with rhymes and games from Korea. It also has a CD so you can hear how the rhymes should sound. I liked this book. -Cole, Age 7, City Book Review Children and animals drawn in a palette of tropical colors cavort through Wright's charismatic collection of 14 traditional Korean songs and nursery rhymes... -Publishers Weekly Like singing in a round, there is a lot going on-it is fun and exciting and very busy. Each part deserves attention. First, the book can stand alone as a bilingual book of 14 children's nursery rhymes. Chirpy, simple and bright ... Second, the language translation is repeated three times: first in Hanguel script, then in Romanized, phonetic Korean and finally in English. ... Finally, the music CD allows readers to listen to correct pronunciation, with each song (played by guitar and sung by young children) performed in Korean and then English. The illustrations are two-dimensional and cartoony, with round bodies and smiling eyes. Both unusual and useful, for this ever-shrinking world. -Kirkus Reviews

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