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Yoomi hates stinky, spicy kimchi -- the pickled cabbage condiment served at Korean meals. So her brothers call her a baby and refuse to play with her.

Yoomi is determined to eat kimchi. She tries to disguise it by eating it on a cookie, on pizza, and in ice cream. But that doesn't work. Then Grandma shows Yoomi how to make kimchi pancakes. This story about family, food, and a six-year-old "coming of age" has universal themes, and at the same time celebrates Korean culture. A kimchi pancake recipe and other back matter are included.

A Junior Libary Guild Selection



About the Author

Aram Kim

Aram Kim is a New York-based children's book author/illustrator. She was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. Aram was 2 years old when her family moved to South Korea where she grew up until she came to New York in 2006 getting her BFA degree and MFA degree from School of Visual Arts, pursuing her dream to be a book maker. She is living in Queens, at the heart of the diversity. She has been working for various publications and participating in numerous exhibitions and collaboration projects. Visit her at AramKim.com.



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