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I have a family

Author

Kim Yu

Cho Wonhee

Publisher

Danielstone Publishing

Categories

Fairy Tale Books

Audience

9~12 years old
Youth

Overseas Licensing

Keywords

  • #Family
  • #Pets
  • #Abandoned animals
  • #Sympathy
  • #Love

Copyright Contact

In Young Ah

iya@ddstone.com

+82-2-337-0212

  • Publication Date

    2020-12-15
  • No. of pages

  • ISBN

    9788958077862
  • Dimensions

    *
Overview

Book Intro

(English) I have a family

A moving journey to meet the one and only family.

The dog, which is the main character, sets off on a train to search for his only family, his grandfather. A dog with no family and a grandfather who lost his family and 

lived alone for a long time met and spent days of happiness with each other, but one day, the grandfather left the home without saying a word. Will the two be able to 

meet again? 

This book started when the author saw the number of abandoned dogs rise parallel to the growing number of visitors to beaches. The dog doing all it can to hold on 

to family makes us think about animals that live with us and should be respected. Furthermore, it urges readers to think again about their family who they might have 

taken for granted.

 

(中國語/中文) 我有家人

一场寻找至亲的感人旅程

这本书的主角是一只小狗,爷爷是它在这世界上唯一的亲人。为了寻找失散的爷爷,小狗坐上火车开始了寻亲之旅。曾经形只影单的小狗,遇到了失去家人后独自生活许久的爷爷,他们成为了彼此的家人,幸福地生活在一起。但是有一天,爷爷什么话都没有说,突然离开了家。小狗和爷爷最终会相逢吗?

作者在一次去海边游玩时惊讶地发现,流浪狗和海边游客的数量不相上下。作者有感而发,创作了这本书。执着地寻找家人,对亲情不离不弃。小狗的故事再次提醒我们,要尊重与保护身边的小动物。同时这则故事也告诉读者,永远不要忽略的“家人”的存在,应当好好珍惜他们。 

About the Author

Kim Yu



Kim Yu was born the youngest daughter of the strongest, handsomest father in the world. She wrote this book in hope that every child may count on their father as a friend, even if they are not biologically related or the richest or most successful in the world. She is the winner of the 17th Changbi Good Children’s Book Award and has written such books as My Name is Gugu Sneakers, Manbo the Scaredy-Cat, The Dog that Ate Instant Noodles, The Mixed-Up Library, and The Dontread Family and the Book Restaurant. She is the co-author of Forget Your Worries Mailbox and Forget Your Worries Library.

 

Kim Yu received the grand prize at the 17th Changbi Good Children’s Book Contest with My Name Is Gugu Sneakers. Kim writes stories at Merry EungYu, her studio in a seaside village. She authored the books The Big-eared Rabbit’s Counseling Center; Read It or Not, the Do-What-You-Want Library; Scaredy-cat Manbo; The Invincible Malsuk; The Dog That Eats Instant Noodles; Mr. Will Nottread’s Family and the Book Restaurant; The Special Vacation of Mr. Messier’s Family; Will You Do Me an Expensive Favor?; I Have a Family; The Great Nostril; and Ninety-nine Ways Not to Be a Friend. She co-authored the books The Mailbox that Eats Worries, The Library that Eats Worries, and We Still Live Together, with her older sister, the poet Kim Eung.

Cho Wonhee



(English) Cho Wonhui studied multimedia design at Hongik University and studied illustration at HILLS. She enjoys telling stories by drawing animals and small and yet important things in nature. In Charles, her pictures tell the story of an alliance between weak and marginalized beings to fight against colossal violence.

Her illustrated books include Ice Boy, You Have to Go Alone, Teeth Hunter, The Important Issue, There Is a Line!, and Crash! She won the Bologna Ragazzi Award in the fiction category for Teeth Hunter and the first Best Illustration Book Award from Woongjin Junior Publishers for There Is a Line!

You Have to Go Alone, Cho transferred schools twice when she was young. Each time, she felt an unknown feeling, a mixture of regret, sadness, fear and expectation.

(Russian) Чо Вонхи изучала медиа-дизайн в университете Хонник и и прошла обучение в школе книжной иллюстрации Хангук (HILLS). В своих рисунках художница любит рассказывать о природе и животных, о чувствах, живущих в глубине души, о маленьких, но ценных вещах. Среди её работ такие книги, как «Ледяной мальчик», «Я должен идти один», «Силач и толстушка», «Охотники за зубами» и «Важная проблема». Книга «Охотники за зубами» в 2017 году была удостоена поощрительной премии конкурса BolognaRagazzi Award на Международной ярмарке детской книги в Болонье.
 

 

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