Waiting For Mummy
A moving and universal tale of a young child waiting at a tram stop for his mother. Will mummy ever return? Australian translation 2006. Ages 4+.
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||1 January 2006 by Wilkins Farago
||Hardback, Illustrated edition
||By Lee, Tae-Jun
Illustrated by Kim, Dong-Sung
||Internationally sourced; usually ships 2-3 weeks
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A moving and universal tale of a young child waiting at a tram stop for his mother. Will mummy ever return? Australian translation 2006.
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||Bertrams Star Rating: 3 stars (out of 5)
Tae Jun Lee wrote his most famous stories, including many for children and young adults, during the 1930s. His works are well-loved in Korea for their poetic prose and emotional sensitivity. After Korea's liberation in 1945, Lee settled in North Korea and was a war correspondent during the Korean War (1950-1953). Contemporary Korean artist Dong-Sung Kim was born in 1970 and graduated from Hong-ik University, Seoul, with a major in Oriental Painting. He has illustrated several children's picture books, including Waiting for Mummy, which is painted on han-ji (traditional Korean paper), using traditional muck-sun (Chinese ink line) techniques. Dong-Sung Kim lives in Seoul with his wife and son.