Publisher: Woongjin Junior
Size: 200 x 253mm, 46pp
Written in Korean Only
FROM THE PUBLISHER
A young deaf child who loves to run and jump and play is affectionately described by her older sister. 'Can give young children an understanding of the fact that deaf children... share all the interests of children with normal hearing.' 'C. 'A friendly, affirmative look [at the everyday experiences of the two sisters].' 'BL.
1979 Coretta Scott King Award Honor Book
A Reading Rainbow Selection
Children's Books of 1977 (Library of Congress)
About the Author
Jeanne Whitehouse Peterson writes stories and poems for young people that reflect a deep interest in family, community, language, and culture. Her previous picture books include My Mama Sings, Sometimes I Dream Horses, and the Reading Rainbow book I Have a Sister-My Sister is Deaf, which has been in print for more than twenty-five years. She lives with her husband, David Kammer, in Albuquerque, New Mexico.