A Very Asian Guide to Korean Food

$19.95

**AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER AND SHIPS OCTOBER 21, 2022** 

Explore the delicious world of Korean Food! A Very Asian Guide to Korean Food introduces little readers to classic and modern Korean dishes and provides fun facts about the foods and culture of Korea. Learn how kimchi is made or discover what makes a Korean fried chicken so crispy. Author, Michelle Li, brings pride and energy for her Korean culture in her debut children's book. Illustrated by Sunnu Rebecca Choi in mixed media, each page is a colorful exploration of a dish that is sure to make every reader hungry.


For ages 3+
Hardback ISBN: 9781737240426
Features: Hardcover, 7" x 10.5", full color illustrations
Printed on FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council) certified paper

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“There are countless reasons to love Korean culture, but one standout reason is its amazing cuisine. <i>A Very Asian Guide to Korean Food </i> is delicious.”

<br>- MIN JIN LEE, author of <i> Free Food for Millionaires </i> and <i>Pachinko</i>, a finalist for the National Book Award

“Forget ‘stinky lunchbox’ moments. We're not doing that anymore. Korean food is here, it's delicious, and it's meant to be shared. This book is a celebration of some of my favorite dishes, and I guarantee it will make your mouth water.”

<br>- PHIL YU, author of <i>RISE: A Pop History of Asian America from the Nineties to Now</i>

“This is a great, informative and fun way to introduce Korean food to kids (and adults) who may not be familiar with Korean cuisine. Michelle has covered and touched on all of my favorites!”

<br>- ALICE CHOI, creator of Hip Foodie Mom

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Emma M.
Great introduction into Korean food!

Thank you to Gloo Books and Netgalley for providing this e-Arc in exchange for an honest review!

I really enjoyed reading “A Very Asian Guide to Korean Food” by Michelle Li. It is beautifully illustrated and very colorful! A lot of different dishes were shown, both sweet and savory. I liked how Korean traditions and facts about the culture were also incorporated! At the end there even is a recipe for Mandu that everyone should definitely try out!

I think this book is not only great for children to get an introduction into Korean food, but also for adults that would like to know more about it. What this book will definitely make you so is hungry for some great Korean food!