Mr. Moon and Miss Sun

Mr. Moon and Miss Sun

Haennim Tallim ; The Herdsman and the Weaver = Kyŏnu Wa Chingnyŏ

Book - 2001
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The second in the ten-part Korean Folk Tales for Children series, Mr. Moon and Miss Sun tells the story of a young boy and his sister who are trying to escape from a tiger that is pretending to be their mother. Climbing a rope that leads them to heaven, the two children end up transforming into the Sun and the Moon. Followed by The Herdsman and the Weaver, a sad story espousing the virtues of hard work, the herdsman and the weaver only being allowed to see each other once a year as punishment for their laziness.
Publisher: Elizabeth, N.J., U.S.A. ; Seoul, Korea : Hollym, 2001, c1990.
ISBN: 9780930878726
Branch Call Number: j LANGUAGE KOREAN 398.2095 VORHEES
Characteristics: 45 pages : color illustrations ; 21 x 23 cm.
Additional Contributors: Mueller, Mark
Kim, Yŏn-kyŏng


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