Where On Earth Is My Bagel?
By Frances Park, Ginger Park
Illustrated by Grace Lin
Even though Yum Yung lives in Korea, the idea of a New York bagel just pops into his head one day, and he decides he just has to have one. Yum Yung’s search begins at the highest mountaintop in Korea, where he finds a pigeon to take his message to New York. "I would like to order one bagel to go." After a long wait and no bagel, Yum Yung asks his friends (the farmer, the fisherman, the beekeeper, and the baker) for help. Their creative solution will make young readers giggle with delight and as Yum Yung (with the help of his friends) fulfills his bagel dream.
Sisters Ginger Park and Frances Park, acclaimed authors of children's books based on their family history in Korea, go in a fun, new direction with this whimsical romp. Illustrator Grace Lin brings her wacky, colorful touch to this charming story.
About the Creators
and her sister Ginger Park are the co-authors of Where on Earth is My Bagel?, published by LEE & LOW BOOKS, and The Have a Good Day Cafe. Frances is also the author of several books for adults. Frances and Ginger live in the Washington, D.C. area, where they are co-owners of a popular boutique, Chocolate Chocolate. To find out more about Frances Park, visit her Web site: www.parksisters.com
and her sister Frances Park are the co-authors of My Freedom Trip, winner of the IRA Children's Book Award, and The Royal Bee, a Parents' Choice Commended Book. Frances and Ginger live in the Washington, D.C. area, where they are co-owners of a popular boutique, Chocolate Chocolate. To find out more about Ginger Park, visit her Web site: www.parksisters.com
is the author and illustrator of The Ugly Vegetables, named a "Kid's Pick of the Lists" by the American Bookseller Association, and the illustrator of several other picture books. She graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design and now lives in Los Angeles, California. To find out more about Grace Lin, visit her Web site: www.gracelin.com