Child Reads World is visiting the Republic of Korea (대한민국), also known as South Korea. it is the southern part of the Korean peninsula. the official language is Korean and the written language is Hangul, although it also uses Hanja (Chinese characters). Continue reading


when i created Child Reads World, i had just read the interview: A Year of Reading the World: A Q&A with Ann Morgan. ms. morgan read 196 novels, one per country in the UN (and Taiwan), in one year. when i read that, i thought i probably read 196 books in the last year since my little one (crw) was born but, like ms. morgan, they were probably all from the US. then a new idea popped into my mind – what if crw and i read children’s books from all over the world together? Continue reading