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An Interview With Linda Sue Park

Linda Sue Park

Linda Sue Park, Korean American author of children's fiction, has been an avid reader and writer her entire life. In fact, she began poetry and story writing before kindergarten -- at the age of four. Linda's mainly focuses on historical fiction. "Seesaw Girl", "Kite Fighters", "A Single Shard" (2002 Newbery Medal winner), "Project Mulberry," "Bee-Bim Bop," and "Archer's Quest" all delve in to the Korean culture and history -- embroidery, kite fighting, celadon pottery, silkworms, and Korean food.

Linda Sue Park, Korean American author of children's fiction, has been an avid reader and writer her entire life. In fact, she began poetry and story writing before kindergarten -- at the age of four. Linda's mainly focuses on historical fiction. "Seesaw Girl", "Kite Fighters", "A Single Shard" (2002 Newbery Medal winner), "Project Mulberry," "Bee-Bim Bop," and "Archer's Quest" all delve in to the Korean culture and history -- embroidery, kite fighting, celadon pottery, silkworms, and Korean food.
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Linda Sue Park, Korean American author of children's fiction, has been an avid reader and writer her entire life. In fact, she began poetry and story writing before kindergarten -- at the age of four. Linda's mainly focuses on historical fiction. "Seesaw Girl", "Kite Fighters", "A Single Shard" (2002 Newbery Medal winner), "Project Mulberry," "Bee-Bim Bop," and "Archer's Quest" all delve in to the Korean culture and history -- embroidery, kite fighting, celadon pottery, silkworms, and Korean food.

Language:

English

Length:

7m


Chapters

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

07:45