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Author: Moon Young-sook

Moon Young-sook was born in Seosan, Chungcheongnam-do, in 1953. Her literary career took off when she won the second Blue Literature Prize in 2004 and the sixth Literature Neighborhood Prize for Children's Literature in 2005. In 2012, she received a creative grant from the Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture. Moon mostly writes stories to teach young people about parts of Korean history that Koreans must never forget. Some of her best- known works are the young adult historical novels The Kareiski's Endless Wandering and The Children of Henequen. She has also written children's novels including ACROSS THE TUMEN (Seoul Selections, 2013), Picture in the Tomb, The Dark Sea, Hagi: Lady of the Court, The Coat of Many Colors, The Old Man Who Became a Baby.

Across the Tumen: A North Korean Kkotjebi Boy's Quest
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12 Currently In Stock PAPERBACK $16.99 12/16/2013

Across the Tumen: A North Korean Kkotjebi Boy's Quest

Seoul Selection

Fiction. East Asia Studies. As North Korea undergoes a devastating famine, Yeong-dae loses both his parents and is forced to beg on the streets. Soon, this young boy sets off on a desperate journey to China to find his sister—his last living family ...

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Trampled Blossoms: What They Stole from Grandma
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Trampled Blossoms: What They Stole from Grandma

Seoul Selection

Fiction. Young Adult. Women's Studies. Asian & Asian American Studies. A young adult novel recounting the devastation of a victim of Japanese military sexual slavery. The first young adult novel to paint a vivid and realistic depiction of the "comfo...

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