|aThe kite fighters|cby Linda Sue Park ; decorations by Eung Won Park
|aNew York|bYearling|c2002, c2000
|a136 p.|bill.|c20 cm.
|a"A Yearling book."
|aIn Korea in 1473, eleven-year-old Young-sup overcomes his rivalry with his older brother Kee-sup, who as the first-born son receives special treatment from their father, and combines his kite-flying skill with Kee-sup's kite-making skill in an attempt to win the New Year kite-fighting competition