The Greedy Princess

The Greedy Princess

Simsulkkurŏgi Kongju ; The Rabbit and the Tiger = Horangi Rŭl Kollyŏjun Tʻokki

Book - 1990
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The seventh in the ten-part Korean Folk Tales for Children series, both stories come accompanied by beautiful hand-drawn pictures. The Greedy Princess is a story of a young princess whose nose continues to grow because of her endless greed. The second tale is The Rabbit and the Tiger, which tells of a tiger who, when out looking for prey finds a rabbit. But the rabbit is very clever and manages to trick the tiger. Finally, the rabbit's wit helps him to escape being eaten.
Publisher: Elizabeth, N.J., U.S.A. : Hollym, 1990.
ISBN: 9780930878900
0930878906
Branch Call Number: j LANGUAGE KOREAN P VORHEES
Characteristics: 45 pages : color illustrations ; 21 x 23 cm.

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