The world of Korean fairy tales is populated with malevolent giants, whimsical goblins, sly rabbits, greedy tigers and, of course, people-some good, some wicked, all utterly human in their ambitions and limitations. This book is not a book just for children, but, to borrow a phrase from George McDonald, "for the childlike, whether five or fifty, or seventy-five."
해와 달: 한국의 전래동화 심술 궂은 거인, 변덕스러운 도깨비, 어리석은 토끼, 욕심많은 호랑이와 사람들에 관한 한국의 유명한 전래동화 들을 생생한 컬러 그림과 함께 이야기하고 있어, 독자들의 마음을 쉽게 사로잡을 것이다.
Kathleen Seros has spent twelve years in Asia, residing in Japan, Singapore, Indonesia, and Korea. She is originally from Santa Monica, California, where her university major was Art History. She is an avid collector of Asian fairy tales and, while in Korea, was co-editor of "Arirang Magazine" for two years. Norman Sibley is a Design Associate with Dragon's Eye Graphics(based in Korea) and co-editor of "Korea Quarterly". Robert Krause is a freelance illustrator whose work has appeared in "Korea Quarterly" and other publications.