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Bae, Hyun-Joo

Bae, Hyun-Joo

Personal

Born in South Korea. Education: Ewha Women's University (Seoul, South Korea), graduate; attended Hankook Illustration School. Hobbies and other interests: Studying traditional Korean culture and folktales.

Addresses

Home—South Korea.

Career

Author and illustrator.

Writings

(Self-illustrated) New Clothes for New Year's Day, Kane/Miller Book Publishers (La Jolla, CA), 2007.

Biographical and Critical Sources

PERIODICALS

Booklist, February 1, 2007, Jennifer Mattson, review of New Clothes for New Year's Day, p. 48.

Children's Bookwatch, February, 2007, review of New Clothes for New Year's Day.

Washington Post Book World, December 10, 2006, Jabari Asim, review of New Clothes for New Year's Day, p. 8.

ONLINE

Kane Miller Web site,http://www.kanemiller.com/ (January 3, 2007), "Hyun-joo Bae."

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