Japanese Children's Favorite Stories

Japanese Children s Favorite Stories Stories that delight the children of one land are sure to delight children everywhere In the present volume are collected twenty of Japan s most loved children s stories told over and over again in m

  • Title: Japanese Children's Favorite Stories
  • Author: Florence Sakade
  • ISBN: 9780804802840
  • Page: 119
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Stories that delight the children of one land are sure to delight children everywhere In the present volume are collected twenty of Japan s most loved children s stories, told over and over again in many versions to the never ending delight of children, generation after generation Here are the playful goblins with long noses the magic teakettle with badger feet and badgStories that delight the children of one land are sure to delight children everywhere In the present volume are collected twenty of Japan s most loved children s stories, told over and over again in many versions to the never ending delight of children, generation after generation Here are the playful goblins with long noses the magic teakettle with badger feet and badger tail Little One Inch and his needle sword and many beloved characters.In response to the wide acclaim from teachers, parents, and children alike all over the world for the first edition of this book, it has now been completely revised, with new stories, and with entirely new illustrations throughout by Yoshisuke Kurosaki, one of Japan s most noted illustrators of children s books The 90 new and charming illustrations, including 12 in full color, are in the typical Japanese style, adding double interest and authenticity to the fascinating stories themselves.

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    1. 20 Japanese folk tales, well-known and popular in Japan and often told to Japanese children, are presented here in English, with colour illustrations.Some of the stories don't seem logical, while with others it's hard to understand what the point is. This is partly because Japanese folktales often don't follow Western ideas of logic and some really don't seem to have a point, or moral (though most do). But it's also partly down to these particular retellings, and better versions can be found els [...]

    2. I really wish I had read more of these stories as a child when my parents first gave me this book. The ones I had read were familiar and very fun to revisit. The ones I hadn’t read were also fun, but the lack of nostalgia had me nitpicking the writing style. While the stories are great, the writing was something to be desired, probably because of the “lost in translation” factor.

    3. I took this book from the shelf because I was captured by its beautiful and cute illustrations. As I read the content I was so glad because most of the stories brought me back to my childhood. At that time I read a lot tales or stories books from other countries. One my favorite is stories from Japan.Thanks to Florence Sakade and Yoshisuke Kurosaki.

    4. This book is full of stories that encourage kindness and thoughfulness. The stories encourage a child to be humble and tidy. They teach one to be respectful of the world around them and the people and animals in it.The only thing that would make this book shine brighter would be more illustrations

    5. I randomly came across this on my library's Overdrive, feeling nostalgic I checked it out. Having read a lot of Japanese folk tales in Japanese, this was actually well translated for children. Cute illustrations and a decent selection of children's stories, each with a little moral at the end.

    6. Lagi kepengen baca folklore Jepang aja. 20 fairy tales from Japan, including Momotaro, Kakek penumbuh bunga and a few other famous ones along with the ones I have never heard before.Nice illustrations!

    7. This book was such fun to read with the kids. Esther pulled it out every morning and asked for a story. There are interesting and exciting stories geared for children, but with important lessons and morals for people of all ages.

    8. This is a beautiful book with some lovely stories. Some are very familiar and others are brand new to me. My favourites were: The Rabbit in the Moon and Why the Jellyfish has no Bones.

    9. Edição bilingue de contos japoneses infantis. Este foi um daqueles livros que comprei para minha filha, li e adorei!

    10. Super cute! I love children's stories. It's especially interesting to read the tales you didn't grow up with and wonder now how a child view's these tales.

    11. Livro com contos infantis tradicionais japoneses, alguns muito bonitos, outros melancólicos, todos muito bem ilustrados.

    12. I think its really good its many stories in one book there all really good ill name one:Why The Jellyfish has no Bones.Its really fun. I hope you read it and ENJOY!!!

    13. Chloe wishes she could give this book 87 stars!!! She likes "all the chapters and the pictures and the stories"! She said all the stores were her favorites except the ones with the dying parts. LOL!

    14. I remember reading this as a kid and liking it but I can't remember the details. I'll re-review when I've had a chance to re-read it.

    15. Chloe wishes she could give this book 87 stars!!! She likes "all the chapters and the pictures and the stories"! She said all the stores were her favorites except the ones with the dying parts. LOL!

    16. This was a great way for me to learn about the Japanese culture and also expand my fairy tale collection. Worth looking into.

    17. First (non-board) book that I read cover to cover with my infant son. Funny and cheerful stories - I'm sure we'll be reading this one again.

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