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We Know a Little About You
: (Japanese) 私たちはあなたについて少し知っています

Author

Kwon Jungmin

Publisher

Munhakdongne Publishing Group

Categories

Picture Books

Audience

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

Overseas Licensing

Keywords

  • #picture book
  • #Kwon Jungmin
  • #Munhakdongne
  • #plant
  • #companion plant
  • #observation
  • #diary
  • #abstract
  • #alocasia
  • #2020 Visiting Japan

Copyright Contact

Eom Heejeong

hjeom@munhak.com

+82-2-3144-3236

  • Publication Date

    2019-08-01
  • No. of pages

    44
  • ISBN

    9788954657187
  • Dimensions

    185 * 297
Overview

This is a picture book that depicts the lives of humans through the eyes of plants.

Book Intro

(English) We Know a Little About You

You, who have a lot of questions,

who persevere in places that do not match your beliefs

who wants to breathe like us

who sometimes look very exhausted!

 

We know more about you than you think

It's because we are watching closer than anyone else.

 

How did they conquer our space?

 

Take a moment and look around. Regardless of where you are reading this, it won't be difficult to find a few green plants nearby. Has a new plant store opened in the neighborhood? Did your favorite restaurant put in a planterior? Are you spending quality time with an old friend looking after plants? What about the explosive feeling of life blooming during spring and summer that you failed to notice before? 

Somehow, they have filled in nearly every corner of the spaces we live in. From physical spaces to mental spaces, we depend on the beauty and generosity of plants. How did they expand throughout the lives of man? 

 

(Japanese) 私たちはあなたについて少し知っています

彼らはどう私たちのベランダを占領しただろうか、植物の視線で観察した、滑らかでない私たち暮らしの裏面。

About the Author

Kwon Jungmin



(English) Kwon Jeongmin graduated from Ewha Womans University with a major in special education, and she went on to earn her master's degree in education engineering and doctorate in special education from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. 

Kwon used to be a TV scriptwriter, but started to work as a picture book writer after learning its charm. The other book she wrote and illustrated is A Guide for Homeless Wild Boars, which was selected as 2017 Environmental Book of the Year for Children and 2018 One Book One Library of the Year. She wrote What Is It Like to Live as a Child with Bad Grades and How to Get Kicked Out of a Museum. Currently, she is a professor of early education and special education at Seoul National University of Education. 

 

(Russian) "После окончания факультета специального образования женского университета Ихва получила степень магистра педагогической инженерии и докторскую степень по специальному образованию в Университете штата Мэдисон в Висконсине США, и в настоящее время является профессором факультета дошкольного и специального образования в Сеульском национальном педагогическом университете. Среди её книг “Жизнь ребенка, который плохо учиться” и “Как выгнать из музея”.

 

(Japanese) 放送作家で活動していたが、絵本の魅力にとらわれて作業を始めました。書いて描いた絵本で『賢いイノシシになる指針書』があり、2017年子供環境本、2018年一つの図書館一書を読む、ソウル図書館今年の本に選定されました。

 

 

 

 

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