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A Moon Rabbit, a Tortoise, and a Squid

Author

Cho Soojin

Cho Soojin

Publisher

KINDERLAND/BANDAL

Categories

Picture Books

Audience

3~5 years old
6~8 years old
9~12 years old

Overseas Licensing

Keywords

  • #Rabbit
  • #tortoise
  • #squid
  • #friendship
  • #adventure
  • #moon
  • #Visiting Malaysia

Copyright Contact

Kim Byoung Oh

kbo@kinderland.co.kr

+82-31-919-2736

  • Publication Date

    2016-04-20
  • No. of pages

    60
  • ISBN

    9788956187068
  • Dimensions

    192 * 252
Overview

This is the story about friendship among the moon rabbit, the tortoise, and the squid which meet at a small spring in the forest.

Book Intro

The squid who lived in the sea gets caught in the net of a fisherman and brought to the city. Filled with the desire to go back to the sea, the squid attempts an escape. He uses an explosive energy to tear the net to soar up into the sky. But alas, he plunges into a small spring in the forest, not the sea.

Wishing to return to the sea, the squid asks the tortoise to take him to the sea, but the tortoise is apathetic. When the moon rabbit, curious about the sea, tells him they can go together, the tortoise can’t help but follow them. On a hot sunny day, the two friends carry the squid over their shoulder and take the journey to the sea...

Due to the sunshine, the squid gradually becomes a dry squid while the two friends are becoming exhausted. Then the moon rises and rain falls. Long after sunset, the three friends reach the sea. Finally, the squid has arrived at its home. However, the moon rabbit now wants to go back home. But her home is the moon and she can’t reach it by walking. Will the moon rabbit be able to return home?

About the Author

Cho Soojin



Cho Soojin wanted to become an alien when she was a child, but currently wants to become a good person, a cool person, and a funny person. Cho Soojin wrote The Mirror Book to share her emotions with her first daughter who hardly shows her feelings. Books Cho has written and illustrated include A Moon Rabbit, a Tortoise, and a Squid and The Diary of Woojin. Cho Soojin was selected as the Illustrator of the Year in Bologna in 2016, the winner of the Picture Book Contest by Wowbook Grafolio in 2017, and the 34th Le Immagini Della Fantasia by Stephan Zavrel Foundation.

Cho Soojin



Cho Soojin wanted to become an alien when she was a child, but currently wants to become a good person, a cool person, and a funny person. Cho Soojin wrote The Mirror Book to share her emotions with her first daughter who hardly shows her feelings. Books Cho has written and illustrated include A Moon Rabbit, a Tortoise, and a Squid and The Diary of Woojin. Cho Soojin was selected as the Illustrator of the Year in Bologna in 2016, the winner of the Picture Book Contest by Wowbook Grafolio in 2017, and the 34th Le Immagini Della Fantasia by Stephan Zavrel Foundation.

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