Let's play ddakji
It's vacation time! Woo is ready to visit his aunt, because that means he gets to play ddakji with his friends. Woo spent all year practicing and making the best ddakji-a bright, golden one. He made sure his was hard and heavy so he could beat Gorin, the reigning champion who won his ddakji last summer. When he loses to Gorin again, he makes it his mission to find the best material for his new ddakji so he can win. But Woo will find that a well crafted ddakji is only part of what it takes to win. The other? Fun! With this vibrant story about friendly competition, "Let's Play Ddajki" inspires kids to try a new game through Woo and Gorin's love of ddakji. Complete with colorful illustrations and detailed instructions on how to fold a ddakji, anyone can learn how to play this traditional Korean game from start to finish.--Publisher.
- 1 of 1 copy available at OWWL.
Current holds1 current hold with 1 total copy.
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