- Book Intro
(Emglish) How to Talk Wisely to Rude Friends
This book is a sort of practical book for children who are dealing with diverse relationships. Children will be able to protect their self-esteems wisely under various situations at school and to have their social life in a wise way.
The writer, who is also an elementary school teacher, has shown a variety of conflicts among students she has observed or directly involved in. What she meant through this book is to comfort students who might have experienced or may experience in future. She also suggests how to protect my ego and communicate with others in a friendly and wise way.
Don’t you think that students may be able to smoothly handle problems even if they suddenly face awkward situations, if students observe a variety of conflicts indirectly through this book? And what if students learn how to deal with controversial situations in advance by communicating in a sophisticated way without hurting anyone’s feelings? The book guides readers to handle even with tiny examples.
Through this book, children will be able to meet various conflict cases and realize that nothing is wrong with themselves. It doesn’t happen to me only and it is sort of some events everyone goes through while growing up. Recognizing that fact is somewhat comforting for children. This book cheers all children to grow up by keeping more stable sentiments in themselves.
- About the Author
Kim Won A.
(English) Kim Sohee debuted as a cartoonist in a contest. She is currently writing and drawing the children’s cartoon “Fortune Real Estate” in the monthly Eorini Dongsan (Children’s Hill). She painted illustrations for a variety of children’s books, including A Relay with My Grandma; Will You Stand to My Left?; The Saddest Traveler in the World: Refugees; Microplastic Alert in Our Home; and Animals Have Rights Too. She also published a short cartoon, “Song Sung on the Rooftop” in the collection of short coming-of-age cartoons The World of Saturday and published the cartoons A Place, Half Moon, and The Cat and the Bird.