Helena Ku Rhee – The Paper Kingdom
Helena Ku Rhee is an author based in Los Angeles. She draws story ideas from her travels as well as her childhood.
THE PAPER KINGDOM by Helena Ku Rhee, illustrated by Pascal Campion, is a story based off of a difficult time made magical by her parents.
NPR’s interview with Helena Ku Rhee and her parents!
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