Linda Sue Park
Linda Sue Park
Linda Sue Park was born and raised in Illinois. The daughter of Korean immigrants, she has been writing poems and stories since she was four years old. Park was first published when she was nine years old—she was paid one dollar for a haiku that ran in a children’s magazine.   During elementary and high school, Park had several more poems published in magazines for children and young people. She studied English at Stanford University and then she took a job as a public-relations writer for a major oil company. This was not exactly the kind of writing she wanted to do, but it did teach her to present her work professionally and that an interested writer can make any subject fascinating. Somewhere between living in Ireland, England, and the United States; teaching English as a second language and working as a food journalist; and starting a family; Park finally realized that what she really wanted to do was to write books for children. Park lives in upstate New York with her husband, their two children, a dog, a hamster, and eight tadpoles.  For more information on Linda Sue Park, visit her at www.lindasuepark.com
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Author: Linda Sue Park | Narrator: Julie Pearl
Release Date: May 13, 2008
Both Maggie Fortini and her brother, Joey-Mick, were named for baseball great Joe DiMaggio. Unlike Joey-Mick, Maggie doesn't play baseball—but at almost ten years old, she is a dyed-in-the-wool fan of the Brooklyn Dodgers. Maggie can recite all the players' statistics and understands the subtleties of the game.
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Author: Linda Sue Park | Narrator: Feodor Chin
Release Date: February 27, 2007
Kevin heard a man’s voice from somewhere on the other side of his room.
“Show me your hands, Strange One.”
A grim voice.
“Stand–slowly–and show me your hands.”

Kevin is trying to remember what he’s supposed to do if there’s an intruder in the house.
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Author: Linda Sue Park | Narrator: Mina Kim
Release Date: April 26, 2005
Julia Song and her friend Patrick want to team up to win a blue ribbon at the state fair, but they can't agree on the perfect project. Then
Julia's mother suggests they raise silkworms as she did years ago in Korea. The optimistic twosome quickly realizes that raising silkworms is a lot tougher than they thought.
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Author: Linda Sue Park | Narrator: Graeme Malcolm
Release Date: April 27, 2004
Tree-ear is an orphan boy in a 12th-century Korean potters’ village. When he accidentally breaks a pot, he must work for the master to pay for the damage by setting off on a difficult and dangerous journey that will change his life forever.


From the Trade Paperback edition.
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