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Lane 5

Author

Eun So-hole

Noh Inkyung

Publisher

Munhakdongne Publishing Group

Categories

Fairy Tale Books

Audience

9~12 years old

Overseas Licensing

Chinese, Japanese

Keywords

  • #Swimming
  • #sports
  • #growing up
  • #rivalry
  • #friendship
  • #first love
  • #dream
  • #career

Copyright Contact

Bokee Lee

bokeelee@munhak.com

82-2-3144-3237

  • Publication Date

    2020-09-14
  • No. of pages

    240
  • ISBN

    9788954674638
  • Dimensions

    153 * 220
Overview

A children’s fiction portraying the love and dreams of thirteen-year-old athletes in the swim team and the healthy development of the body and heart.

Book Intro

(English) <Lane 5>

A children’s book sparkling like water, portraying the dreams and love of thirteen-year-old athletes in the swim team. The story revolves around Kang Naru, the star athlete in lane 5, which symbolizes second place. The book was awarded the Grand Prize at the 21st Munhakdongne Children’s Literature Award after winning praise from all members of the jury for splendidly portraying the healthy growth of the mind and body, for introducing readers to a confident and independent young female protagonist, and for depicting the children’s problems of love and their dreams in a sincere light and in a well-balanced manner.

“Understanding the honest body, serious contemplation about one’s future, and the experience of overcoming fear.A healthy and confident, young female protagonist is born.” - A jury comment

“The sight of the children personally selecting their own paths and pursuing them at full throttle was dazzling, and the scenes of throbbing hearts and excitement, friendship and love under the blue summer light were clear and fresh.”- A jury comment

“Some stories pull us into the scene in the story. Lane 5 makes you want to jump into the water and move your entire body. It’s a story about swimming, but it is also a story about everything. - A jury comment

“With some books, only after you read it do you realize that you had always wanted to read a book like that. It appears I wanted to read a story about a girl playing a sport, a careful and sensitive love story, a story that brilliantly completes a part of one’s childhood. In fact, after reading this book, my friends and I contacted each other – as excited as the spectators in the swimming arena. The year 2020 was full of gloomy days, but this is how far our children’s books have come.” - Kim So-young, author of The World of Children

 

(Spanish/español) <El carril número 5>

Kang Naru, trece años, su especialidad es el estilo libre. Es el experto indiscutible del equipo de natación de la Escuela Primaria Río Hangang quien ha obtenido varias medallas en el Festival Nacional de Deportes Juveniles. Con la aparición de su rival Kim Chohee y luego de que Naru se haya colocado en la pista número cinco que significa el segundo puesto en la competencia, sus incertidumbres, angustias e inquietudes empiezan a aglomerarse en su corazón. Asimismo, las palabras del entrenador, "La victoria y derrota no son todo en natación y, a veces, la forma de perder es más importante" hacen sentir a uno confuso. Con un corazón desorientado, ¿podrá competir exitosamente en la competición nacional de natación este verano? Si bien aún se desconoce lo que le espera al final de la pista, Naru recibe su último verano en la escuela primaria más cálidamente que nadie. 

• Obra ganadora del 21mo Premio de Literatura Infantil Munhakdongne 

• Obra ganador del 61mo Premio de la Cultura Editorial Coreana 

 

 

About the Author

Eun So-hole



Eun So-hole began her writing career after receiving the 21st Munhakdongne Children’s Literature Award, Grand Prize with her book, Lane 5.

Noh Inkyung



(English) Noh Inkyoung studied Visual Design in Hongik University and Fine Arts in Italy. Books that are written and drawn by Noh Inkyoung include Mr. Bear’s Chair, X, the Hedgehog, The Breath, and I Am a Bag. Noh was selected as the Illustrator of the Year in Bologna Children's Book Fair with her work in The Book Cleaner, Soso in 2012. In 2013, Noh won the BIB Golden Apple Award and the Petits Momes Award in Switzerland with her illustrations in Mr. Elephant and 100 Drops of Water. Hedgehog X won the White Raven in 2015, and Mr. Bear’s Chair won the One Book, One Library of Seoul in 2018. Noh's other illustrations include I Love You No, Dumb Letter!, Great Day for a Picnic, and Sorry Cat! 

 

(Japanese) 2006年初創作絵本である『電車と魚』を出版して以、『本掃除部ソソ』、『象おじさんと100個の水滴』、『ハリネズミエックス』、『君の日』など新しい試みをした作品を着に出版して来た。『本掃除部ソソ』で2012年ボローニャ国際児童図書展今年のイラストレーターに選定されいて『象おじさんと100個の水滴』で2013年ブラチスラバ世界絵本原画展(BIB)金のりんご賞を受賞し、『ハリネズミエックス』が2015ホワイトレイブンズに選定され、世界の注目を集めている。『クマさんの椅子』は『2018ソウル市一つの図書館一冊の本を読む』に選ばれた。

 

Award

The 21st Munhakdongne Children’s Literature Award, Grand Prize
The 61st Hankook Ilbo Publishing Culture Award

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