Choon-Ok Harmon was born soon after the Korean War, when South Korea was experiencing extreme poverty. This memoir describes the hardships she tried to overcome to achieve a better life. She moves to the U.S. and, through patience and perseverance, pursues her dream of becoming a martial artist.
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About the Author
Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Ana María Rodríguez is a faculty member at the Institute of Children's Literature and a children's science writer. She has written more than eighty articles, which have appeared in such publications as Yes Mag, KNOW, and SuperScience. Rodríguez earned her Ph.D. from the Venezuelan Institute for Scientific Research and is a member of the Authors Guild. She resides in Houston, Texas.