By Miriam Moore-Keish Today we're pleased to welcome Su Youn Lee to the WNDB blog to discuss Have You Eaten?, out today, April 19, 2022! A charming, heartfelt picture book debut from Su Youn Lee, Have You Eaten? celebrates one of the many ways we show love, by sharing food. Coco loved sweet … [Read more...] about Q&A With Su Youn Lee, Have You Eaten?
The Red Palace by June Hur is out on January 25, 2022 and can be ordered here. By Sara Conway If June Hur could be a fly on the wall during any of the events from her latest novel, The Red Palace, she would want to witness the moment when Crown Prince Jangheon was born. More specifically, Hur … [Read more...] about June Hur on How Mystery is a Vehicle to Explore Korean History—and Her Own Roots
By Yeonwoo Shim Today we're delighted to welcome Dan-ah Kim to the WNDB blog to discuss The Grandmaster's Daughter. Imagination and determination fuel a young black belt as she leads her friends on a mission to protect their dojang. Author-illustrator Dan-ah Kim’s debut is a celebration of … [Read more...] about Q&A With Dan-ah Kim, The Grandmaster’s Daughter
By Alaina Leary Today we’re pleased to welcome Axie Oh to the WNDB blog to discuss her YA XOXO, out July 13, 2021! Jenny’s never had much time for boys, K-pop, or really anything besides her dream of being a professional cellist. But when she finds herself falling for a K-pop idol, she has to … [Read more...] about Q&A With Axie Oh, XOXO
Made in Korea by Sarah Suk is out May 18, 2021. Order it here. By Sarah Suk There are three things I knew right off the bat when I first began writing my debut young adult novel, Made in Korea. The first: It would be about teens selling Korean beauty products at school. The second: There would be … [Read more...] about The Many Different Sides of Korean Diaspora Identity