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“Young Sunny, already an accomplished black belt, practices taekwondo at a school of martial arts. … She leads a taekwondo class filled with students diverse in race and abilities. … Kim’s bright palette and energetic cartoon artwork … bring depth to each page. … A lighthearted tale of responsibility with plenty of fun.” (Kirkus Reviews)
“A Where’s Waldo? for lovers of trains and travel, this look-and-find by Brooklyn-based illustrator Kim takes readers into bustling subway systems in 10 of the world’s great metropolises. At each “stop,” we first see the subway station platform and train, with facts and figures about the transportation system. Children will love searching for these beautiful foreign items while indulging in the common kid obsession over locomotives” (Booklist)
“Willow is a timid white rabbit who prefers staying home—an abandoned mailbox—where it’s cozy and quiet. There she sketches and dreams, but her comfortable routine is interrupted when a letter flutters through the mail slot one day. A warm and wondrous adventure for armchair, or high chair, travelers.” (Booklist, starred review)
“Both author and illustrator are Korean American, and their poignant picture book is an intimate look at a biracial child’s bewilderment, denial, anger, and, finally, acceptance about being ‘half and half’…. Language is the heart of the story, which is told in both English and Korean.” (Booklist, starred review)