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by Peter Howlett,Richard McNamara,Satoshi Kako
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Literature & Fiction
  • Author:
    Peter Howlett,Richard McNamara,Satoshi Kako
  • ISBN:
    0804833478
  • ISBN13:
    978-0804833479
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  • Publisher:
    Tuttle Publishing; 1 edition (January 15, 2003)
  • Pages:
    32 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Literature & Fiction
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Little Daruma wants to be just like Little Tengu, from his fan right down to his shoes, but Little Daruma becomes envious of Little Tengu's nose. Find all the books, read about the author, and more.

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Little Daruma, a playful Japanese doll, meets a friend who comes to him from the sky, and together they .

Little Daruma, a playful Japanese doll, meets a friend who comes to him from the sky, and together they play in a land above the clouds.

Little Daruma & Little Kaminari: A Japanese Children's Tale. PreSchool-K-The fifth book in a popular children's series in Asia. When Daruma sees Daikoku playing with a magic mallet, he decides to build one for himself. The friends are surprised and pleased as out come fruit, flowers, toys, and a brand-new mallet, exactly like Daikoku's. The story has a predictable, simple story line with a strong message that working together brings success. Children will join in repeating the rhyme used to make the magic work.

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Satoshi Kako, Peter Howlett. Little Daruma & Little Tengu: A Japanese Children's Tale by. Satoshi Kako, Richard B. McNamara (Translator). Peter Howlett (Translator).

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The Little Daruma tales of friendship, imagination, and exciting adventure are sure to appeal to both parents and children

The Little Daruma tales of friendship, imagination, and exciting adventure are sure to appeal to both parents and children. Fully illustrated with wonderful watercolour drawings, in Little Daruma and Little Daikoku, Little Daruma makes a magic mallet just like the one Little Daikoku has, but Little Daruma's mallet doesn't bring exactly the same result.

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Satoshi Kako was born in 1926 at Takefu City in Fukui, Japan . He received his Doctorate in Engineering from Tokyo University and is a Certified Consulting Engineer of Chemistry. Mr. Kako is a visiting lecturer at Tokyo University and Yokohama National University, and is a consultant in the fields of education and science. He lives in Fujisawa City in Kanagawa Prefecture. Peter Howlett is an expert on the economic history of the First and Second World Wars and contributed the text for the official history: Fighting with Figures.

Satoshi Kako, Peter Howlett & Richard McNamara. Recounting the fantastic adventures of a doll named Little Daruma, Satoshi Kako shows an uncanny ability to see things through the eyes of children. In Little Darumas world, its quite normal for figures from Japanese folklore to use modern household appliances! Filled with delightful illustrations and wordplay, this superbly translated Little Daruma tale encourages and rewards active reading. It is sure to delight children everywhere.

Little Daruma wants to be just like Little Tengu, from his fan right down to his shoes, but Little Daruma becomes envious of Little Tengu's nose, something that is not so easy to make.