The Rabbit's Judgment by Suzanne Crowder Han

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In this traditional Korean folktale about justice and morality, a clever and witty rabbit tricks a conniving tiger to save a man's life. Striking illustrations, which combine oil, paint, pencil and collage, perfectly complement the text that appears in both Korean and English on every spread. Full color.
 

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Published March 1, 1994 by Henry Holt & Co.. 1 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books. Non-fiction

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Inside, the tiger overhears a mother trying to quiet her wailing baby: first she threatens that a fierce tiger might overhear the noisy child, and then she offers it a bit of dried persimmon to suck on.

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The Korean-educated artist debuts with expressively stylized illustrations lying flat in the picture plane and scattered with intriguing details in the decorative manner of Henrik Drescher--a pleasing blend of sophisticated design, ethnic reference, and visual storytelling.

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