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Signed, Personalized Copies of KING SEJONG INVENTS AN ALPHABET!

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We're proud to offer signed, personalized copies of 
King Sejong Invents an Alphabet
by Carol Kim, illus by Cindy Kang

 

*Books will be signed by author Carol Kim*


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ABOUT KING SEJONG INVENTS AN ALPHABET

In 15th-century Korea, King Sejong was distressed. The complicated Chinese characters used for reading and writing meant only rich, educated people could read--and that was just the way they wanted it. But King Sejong thought all Koreans should be able to read and write, so he worked in secret for years to create a new Korean alphabet. King Sejong's strong leadership and determination to bring equality to his country make his 600-year-old story as relevant as ever.


ABOUT CAROL KIM

Carol Kim believes books and words have a magical ability to change the world, and she writes for children with the hope of spreading some of that magic. She is the author of the picture book biography, King Sejong Invents an Alphabet as well as over a dozen fiction and nonfiction books for the educational market. Carol relishes unearthing real-life stories and little-known facts to share with young readers. She lives in Austin, Texas with her family. Learn more at her website: CarolKimBooks.com.


Thank you for supporting Carol Kim and BookPeople, a local independent bookstore with your pre-order!

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By Carol Kim, Cindy Kang (Illustrator)
$16.99
ISBN: 9780807541616
Availability: Coming Soon - Available for Pre-Order Now
Published: Albert Whitman & Company - October 1st, 2021