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Goodre helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book . Yoomi and Daddy are going to Koreatown today! This story celebrates family, resilience, and Korean culture.

Yoomi has planned the perfect Sunday! But the shirt she wants to wear is in the laundry. And she doesn't have the seaweed she needs for a kimbap breakfast. So Yoomi wears another shirt and eats a different breakfast, and she and Daddy take a bus to Koreatown, where the Yoomi and Daddy are going to Koreatown today! So Yoomi wears another shirt and eats a different breakfast, and she and Daddy take a bus to Koreatown, where they read Korean books, eat Korean treats such as patbingsu and tteokbokki, and visit Grandma.

Though Yoomi's perfect day is filled with mishaps and things don't always go her way, Yoomi learns the advantages of being resilient and open-minded. Yoomi's imperfect day is better than she ever could have imagined! A family recipe for kimbap is included. Get A Copy. Hardcover , 40 s. More Details Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please up. To ask other readers questions about Sunday Funday in Koreatown , please up. Be the first to ask a question about Sunday Funday in Koreatown.

Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Add this book to your favorite list ». Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Sunday Funday in Koreatown. Aug 13, Afoma Reading Middle Grade rated it it was amazing. I enjoyed this immersive picture book, complete the sights and tastes of Koreatown. Yoomi's dismay at the unfortunate events and mishaps is relatable and readers will empathize with her.

Sunday Funday in Koreatown is also a wonderful display of the variety and culture found in Koreatowns around the world. Complete with sibling drama, a sweet grandma, father-daughter bonding, and encouragement to persevere on bad days, this picture book is a delightful addition to shelves. Read my review on my bl I enjoyed this immersive picture book, complete the sights and tastes of Koreatown. Read my review on my blog Mar 26, Abby Johnson added it Shelves: author-of-color , diverse , picture-books. This is a sweet and upbeat book about a special Sunday when everything Yoomi's favorite show has been preempted by a soccer game, they can't make her favorite breakfast because they're out of rice, her favorite shirt is in the laundry, the Korean grocery runs out of her favorite snack I love the Yoomi books - I think they're so sweet and cute, exploring everyday situations that any This is a sweet and upbeat book about a special Sunday when everything I love the Yoomi books - I think they're so sweet and cute, exploring everyday situations that any kid can identify with, while still proudly narrated by a Korean American cat family.

May 07, Doreen rated it really liked it. So delightful! Full review tk at TheFrumiousConsortium. Yoomi is looking forward to Sunday Funday but everything seems to go wrong from the very moment she wakes up. No cartoons, no favorite breakfast, no favorite shirt to wear -- and that's even before she leaves the house! Surely, things will get better once she arrives in Koreatown with her dad for a visit to the shops and to grandma Teaching the value of perseverance and flexibility, Sunday Funday In Koreatown embroiders on its universal themes with details that lovingly highlight the culture of the Korean diaspora in a way that embraces both readers already familiar with the culture or otherwise.

I really enjoyed following along with Yoomi's day and especially appreciated the recipe for kimbap at the end! As they're both cat people -- in more senses than one, as my youngest especially sometimes behaves more like a sentient feline than a semi-feral child -- their sense of identification with Yoomi and the rest of her cat family was high. This book was perfect for reading aloud and captured their attention from start to finish.

My ten year-old read this on his own, ofc, and rated it quite highly. Yes, this is a very awkward position to type from. I love how Aram Kim uses this series to casually incorporate Korean American culture into contemporary children's literature, showing how to do it in a way that's wildly entertaining while being respectful both to her people and to young readers.

It's another great book for Asian American Pacific Islander heritage month, and one I'm so pleased to have on my family's shelves. Apr 04, Barbara rated it liked it Shelves: community , compassion , conflict , cultural-identity , diversity , elderly-characters , emotions , empathy , families , friendship. This one is a 3. Featuring colorful illustrations created with pencil and then digitally colored, this picture book is drenched in culture. As is the case for most individuals, Yoomi loves her Sunday rituals. But on this particular Sunday, nothing goes as she has planned.

Her favorite television program is cancelled, there isn't enough rice for her favorite dish, and her favorite shirt is stained. Even her weekly trip to Koreatown is spoiled because the book she wants to check out from This one is a 3. Even her weekly trip to Koreatown is spoiled because the book she wants to check out from the library isn't available and the grocery store runs out of the special food she wants.

To make matters even worse, Grandma isn't home when they arrive for their visit. But Yoomi need not worry; Grandma is just next door, and everything turns out all right once they enter her house. This picture book, which even contains a recipe for kimbap, shows readers that even a day that seems decidedly unpleasant and disappointing can turn out to be fun, after all. Despite everything that goes wrong for Yoomi, she still gets to sample some new treats and spend time with her grandmother, who makes everything right again.

Still, this picture book is quite relatable as most of us have had those times when nothing works out as planned and we can't order or have our favorite food. Jul 02, Alissa Tsaparikos rated it liked it Shelves: diverse-stories , picture-book. This is a simple story that kids will find much to identify with. Yoomi, the main character is ready for Sunday Funday! But from the moment she wakes up, nothing goes right.

However, she is given opportunities to find fun and happiness throughout the day, despite the dissapointments. Life often doesn't meet expectations, and this is a story that shows how we can still make the most of things even when we have issues along the way. Yoomi is Korean and the story also highlights Korean culture thro This is a simple story that kids will find much to identify with. Yoomi is Korean and the story also highlights Korean culture throughout.

The backmatter gives more information about the Korean Towns found in many cities and shown in the story, and a recipe for Kimbap, a Korean snack that book ends the story. I generally prefer that stories feature illustrations that show people as characters instead of animals, especially when discussing different cultures. Human characters create more empathy and understanding in readers. But this book is part of a series, and I know many writers still use animal characters in children's books as a unifying element. Overall a good read that introduces children to Korean culture as well as gives them opportunities to work through everyday frustrations.

Apr 08, Lisa rated it liked it. Sunday starts off as a disappointment for Yoomi. She can't watch her favorite show, have her favorite breakfast, or wear her favorite shirt. But, she dies get to ride the bus with Daddy to Koreatown! There she can stop at the bookmobile, and try something new at the market, but a Fun day won't happen if they miss their visit to Grandma.

I loved the colorful illustrations representing Yoomi's cultural experiences in Koreatown. I loved that the store s are in Korean, and know that a Korean chi Sunday starts off as a disappointment for Yoomi. I loved that the store s are in Korean, and know that a Korean child will recognize much more than I do - such a great mirror. Yoomi's family are represented as cats - but the "people" in Koreatown are all sorts of animals, not sure if this represents different cultures or different families. There are other Yoomi picture books in this series. Includes an explanation of Koreatown K-town and a recipe for Kimbap.

Apr 13, Linda rated it it was amazing Shelves: beginning-readers , early-readers , multi-cultural , picture-books , read Many things lie in young Yoomi's mind as they start this day, all favorite things to look forward to but, sad to say, each part doesn't happen! Her favorite TV show is canceled because of soccer playoffs, in Koreatown at the library, the book she wants is already gone, and she misses out on the very last hotdog twist. It doesn't go well at all.

But there are some other things that make the day okay, new things! Endpapers show some of the treats and there is a sticky-rice recipe for Kimbap at th Many things lie in young Yoomi's mind as they start this day, all favorite things to look forward to but, sad to say, each part doesn't happen! Endpapers show some of the treats and there is a sticky-rice recipe for Kimbap at the end.

The colors are bright and cheery, the variety of animals is lots of fun to see, and the story shares a subtle life challenge and a way to meet it. Aram Kim is both author and illustrator. May 19, Mindy Alyse Weiss rated it it was amazing Shelves: picture-books-recently-read. May 14, Melissa rated it it was ok.

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