Korean boasts a wealth of onomatopoeias and phenomemes (words mimicking a state or a manner) and an unlimited ability to coin words. The Changbi Word Play Picture Book Series are structured so that readers will learn representative onomatopoeias and phenomemes in the language in a fun way, as if playing games, through beautiful illustrations and rhythmical sentences. These books will greatly help children to speak Korean even more richly and to develop their linguistic abilities during infancy, when language is learned, and the sensuous and splendid drawings will capture youngsters’ eyes, thus being sufficient to foster their artistic sensibilities. Grin-grin and Wiggle-wiggle, which deal with phenomemes, and Vroom-vroom and Rumble-tumble, which deal with onomatopoeias, select ten symbolic words according to their respective themes and arrange them together with illustrations to fit the flow of the stories, thus allowing children to take interest, to learn language as if playing games, and to turn the pages joyfully. The warm yet rough grain of wood, which can be seen only in woodblock prints, and the subtle and beautiful hues created by the overlaying of color after color add depth to these volumes as picture books.