The Deer and the Woodcutter: A Korean Folktale

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Tuttle Publishing, Dec 31, 2030 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
When you hear a rooster crow at the break of dawn, remember this story of the lovelorn woodcutter. After a deer teaches him how to gain a wife through treachery, the woodcutter finds a bride. But fate soon plays a nasty trick of its own.

Based on a well-known Korean folktale, this book is written and illustrated by the same author and illustrator of the bestseller Korean Children's Favorite Stories, Kim So-un and Jeong Kyoung-Sim.

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About the author (2030)

Kim So-unwas an eminent Korean storyteller and a specialist in Korean poetry and

folklore.


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