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Picture Books

 

The Crooked Wand

The citizens of the Old Kingdom worry about their future. There are no more tourists and so there are no more jobs. All the young people are moving away to new places. But one day, two young teenagers arrive in the Old Kingdom and things begin to change, with a little help from the Crooked Wand.

The Crooked Wand is a picture book published by JLS Storybook Project for the Korean school market in 2017.

 

 

 

 

Arthur, King of EnglandKing Arthur

When the King of England dies unexpectedly, his infant son, Arthur, must be hidden from the warring factions as they fight over the throne.

As he grows into a young man, Arthur knows nothing of his family, and it is up to Merlin to devise a plan that helps Arthur to reclaim his throne and convince everyone that he is the rightful new King of England.

Athur, King of England is adapted from the classic story by Sir Thomas Malory and published by JLS Storybook Project for the Korean school market in 2016.

 

 

 

Professor Rush

Professor Rush and the Super Shuttle Shoes

Professor Rush has invented many wonderful things, although not all of them have been so successful. He is delighted when he is to receive a special award in the city, but he misses the only train and must use his super shuttle shoes to get to the ceremony. The problem however, is that while the professor knows how to make the shoes move, he does not know how to make them stop!

Professor Rush and the Super Shuttle Shoes is a picture book published by JLS Storybook Project for the Korean school market in 2015.

 

 

Derrick the Dentist coverDerrick the Dentist and the Dangerous Giant

Some people don’t need to be big to be brave. Derrick is the smallest person in his village, but he has the courage to stand up against a mean and angry giant. Will he be able to stop the giant and save his village?

Derrick the Dentist and the Dangerous Giant is a picture book published by JLS Storybook Project for the Korean school market in 2013.

 

 

 

 

JLS (Jeongsang Language School) has been providing English language learning programs to young Korean students through a reading based curriculum since 1986.

Students learn English as an additional language through fiction and non-fiction reading materials. Classes have reading tasks followed by extension exercises that help to develop the students’ skills in listening, speaking, and writing.

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