Fox loves looking out over the village from his forest home, but he gets curious when he sees that Kikuchi's sushi restaurant always has a line out the door. Sushi must be delicious. When Fox goes to investigate, Kikuchi teaches him all about sushi--how to prepare rice for it, how to catch fish for it, and, most important, how to eat it Adorable illustrations portray Fox's story, and pages in the back provide added information about sushi and Japan.
About the Author
Myung Sook Jeong has worked as a reporter in Australia and has written poems, fairytales, and picture books while traveling worldwide. Her other books include Seeing World History Through Painting, First Step Art, First Step World History, and National Treasure Story. Sul Hee Kook studied western painting in college, and has shown work in exhibitions. Her works include Oh, Back Off Now; The Dream That Fly in the Sky; Let's Share a Warm Feeling; Yellow Mailbox; and others.