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Korean and English nursery rhymes : Wild geese, Land of goblins and other favorite songs and rhymes / Danielle Wright ; illustrated by Helen Acraman.

By: Wright, Danielle.
Contributor(s): Acraman, Helen [illustrator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Share and sing.Publisher: Rutland, Vermont : Tuttle Publishing, [2018]Copyright date: ©2013Description: 31 pages : colour illustrations ; 29 cm + 1 sound disc (4 3/4 in.).Content type: text | still image | spoken word | performed music Media type: unmediated | audio Carrier type: volume | audio discISBN: 9780804849982.Subject(s): Nursery rhymes | Nursery rhymes, Korean | Children's poetry, Korean | Children's songs, Korean | Korean language -- Juvenile literature | Korea -- Social life and customs -- Juvenile literature
Contents:
Butterfly -- Little one (traditional song) -- Our house (traditional song) -- Island baby / In-hyeon Han -- Here, there / Suk-kyeong Kim -- Land of goblins -- Monkey's bottom (traditional song) -- Cotton candy / Geun Jeong -- Wild Geese (traditional song) -- Spring in my hometown / by Weon-su Yi -- Twirling round (traditional song) -- Little fox (traditional song) -- Half moon / by Geuk-yeong Yun -- Land of white / by Seong-gyun Kim.
All Korean versions on the CD sung by Ah Young Jeong ; all music arranged and performed by Alex Borwick ; English version singers: Jessica Rogers (tracks 1, 3-14), Maya Rogers (tracks 2, 3, 5, 7, 12), Henry Wright (track 7).Summary: An illustrated collection of fourteen nursery rhymes, plus notes on Korean culture and explanations of how the jump rope and hand clap games are played. Presented in Hanguel script, Romanized Korean, and English; accompanying CD contains recordings of all of the rhymes performed in Korean and English.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

A charming collection of fourteen well-loved verses, Korean and English Nursery Rhymes is an excellent introduction to Korean language and culture for young children.

This enchanting, beautifully illustrated book featuring well-known Korean children's songs and rhymes makes a beautiful gift for kids and families who are interested in the Korean way of life. The highlighted verses, presented in both Korean hangeul script and English, are arranged in a clear side-by-side format that encourages successful and fun language learning.

Korean and English Nursery Rhymes also includes an audio CD with recordings of kids singing in both languages. These songs are so lively and sweet you'll soon find yourself singing right along! Many of the songs accompany everyday play activities like jumping rope and hand clapping games. Others speak to a child's simple view of nature and a deep love of home.

The fourteen favorite rhymes and songs featured include: "Little One" "Monkey's Bottom" "Twirling Round" "Spring in My Hometown" And more! For preschoolers and beyond, this book will provide lasting pleasure for the mind, the eye, the ear, and the heart--an exquisite celebration of Korean folk songs and heritage.

Translations by Jenny Wang Medina and Binna Lee, except for Here, there! and Cotton candy, also with help from Stephen Epstein.

Butterfly -- Little one (traditional song) -- Our house (traditional song) -- Island baby / In-hyeon Han -- Here, there / Suk-kyeong Kim -- Land of goblins -- Monkey's bottom (traditional song) -- Cotton candy / Geun Jeong -- Wild Geese (traditional song) -- Spring in my hometown / by Weon-su Yi -- Twirling round (traditional song) -- Little fox (traditional song) -- Half moon / by Geuk-yeong Yun -- Land of white / by Seong-gyun Kim.

All Korean versions on the CD sung by Ah Young Jeong ; all music arranged and performed by Alex Borwick ; English version singers: Jessica Rogers (tracks 1, 3-14), Maya Rogers (tracks 2, 3, 5, 7, 12), Henry Wright (track 7).

An illustrated collection of fourteen nursery rhymes, plus notes on Korean culture and explanations of how the jump rope and hand clap games are played. Presented in Hanguel script, Romanized Korean, and English; accompanying CD contains recordings of all of the rhymes performed in Korean and English.

Parallel text in Korean and English.