3. the Lazy Man / the Spring of Youth So Ka Toen Keaeuraeumbaengi ; The Spring of Youth = Chaeolmaeojinaeun Saemmul by D. Vorhees
  

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3. the Lazy Man / the Spring of Youth So Ka Toen Keaeuraeumbaengi ; The Spring of Youth = Chaeolmaeojinaeun Saemmul by D. Vorhees

The third in the ten-part Korean Folk Tales for Children series, The Lazy Man is a humorous tale of a lazy man who ends up transforming into an ox, only to learn the value of hard work. Followed by The Spring of Youth is a classic story of an old man s never ending search for immortality. Both books are adorned with beautiful drawings, making them an indispensable addition to anyone s library on Korean folk tales.

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Format

Hardback
44 pages

Author

D. Vorhees
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Publisher

Hollym International Corp.,U.S.

Publication date

29th June 2007

ISBN

9780930878733


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