A Day at Grandma'sMorning, noon, and night...
A Day at Grandma’s
Written by Mi-ae Lee
Illustrated by Yang-sook Choi
Yujin is spending the day at her grandmother’s house. She is busy, and there are many fun things to explore! But from dawn to dusk, she thinks about—and misses— her mama at home. The day seems long, until she’s home . . . and happy again in her mother’s arms.
Elementary concepts of time and routines that link to different times of the day expand this gentle story about the strong bonds that link parent and child.
- $16.95(CAN $19.95)
- ISBN 978-1-939248-10-7
- (Size : 10″ x 10″)
This picture book helps children learn about mathematical concepts through a colorful and entertaining story.
Math concepts explored may include:
- Understanding math concepts
- Explaining the passage of time during a day by the diurnal motion of sun
About the Author - Mi-ae Lee
Mi-ae Lee graduated from Chung Ang University in Seoul, South Korea, with a degree in creative writing. She has written many children’s books and has been honored with a number of literary awards, including the Samsung Literature Award.
About the Illustrator - Yang-sook Choi
Yang-sook Choi graduated from Sungshin Women’s University with a degree in oriental painting. In 2002, she won the grand prize in the Publishers Art Competition. She has illustrated many children’s books.