Korean Celebrations: Festivals, Holidays and TraditionsDe (autor) Tina Cho Ilustrat de Farida Zaman
en Limba Engleză Hardback – 13 Aug 2019 – vârsta până la 12 ani
- Preparing and enjoying delicious Songpyeon--sweet dumplings that everyone loves to eat on Chuseok (Korea's version of Thanksgiving)
- Folding a paper carnation--a favorite Parent's Day gift
- Making your own board game to play Yut-Nori--a game of luck and strategy that's played during Seollal, Korea's all-important New Year celebrations
- Writing simple Korean phrases using the Hangul alphabet, Korea's written language--which is celebrated with its own holiday (Hangul Day)
- Making a paper fan--something kids always like to do when the hot summer holidays roll around
- Making your own Pepero chocolate cookies or pretzel treats--which have their own just-for-fun festival day called Pepero Day
- Dano--the end of the planting season which is full of fun competitions like wrestling and swinging contests
- Children's Day--a spring day off from school, when parents take their kids out for a day of fun
- Daeboreum--a holiday to celebrate the moon, filled with special dances, twirling fire, lots of walking and, of course, special foods
- Special birthdays--(like turning one, or turning sixty) and other family celebrations.
- Buddhist and Christian holidays--like Christmas and Buddha's Birthday.