New Clothes for New Year's Day

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Kane/Miller Book Publishers, Inc., 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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The New Year is the start of everything new? Follow a young Korean girl as she dresses and prepares for celebrating the Lunar New Year. A New Year, a new day, a new morning. New clothes. We start the year with new things. New things, for the year-older me.

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User Review  - rhigginbotham - LibraryThing

Follow a little girl's journey in dressing up for New Year's, a very special day in her culture that warrants special occasion costumes. Easy to read and even easier for little kids to understand. What a great book to teach about different cultures in school. Read full review

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User Review  - EliseMT - LibraryThing

This is a gorgeously illustrated book that shows a young Korean girl preparing for the Lunar New Year celebration. It includes beautiful Korean patterns and the process of dressing in the traditional Korean hanbok. Read full review

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