Although Juno, a Korean American boy, cannot read the letter he receives from his grandmother in Seoul, he understands what it means from the photograph and dried flower that are enclosed and decides to send a similar letter back to her.
Juno's excited when he receives a letter from his grandmother, who lives far away in Korea. He doesn't know how to read Korean, but figures out what she writes by looking at the little "clues" she sends along. Juno decides to write his grandmother back without any help from his parents, and comes up with a plan so that she can understand what he writes. Color illustrations throughout.
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
Subgenre: General, Family / Multigenerational, People + Places / United States / Asian American