Little Daruma and the Little Rabbits: A Japanese Children's Tale

Little Daruma and the Little Rabbits A Japanese Children s Tale Now available for the first time in English the Little Daruma series follows the adventures of one of Japan s most loved children s book characters A well known icon in Japan Daruma is a symbol of g

  • Title: Little Daruma and the Little Rabbits: A Japanese Children's Tale
  • Author: Satoshi Kako Kako Satoshi Richard B. McNamara Peter Howlett Richard McNamara
  • ISBN: 9780804833493
  • Page: 338
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Now available for the first time in English, the Little Daruma series follows the adventures of one of Japan s most loved children s book characters A well known icon in Japan, Daruma is a symbol of good luck Here he is portrayed as a cute, fun, and adventurous character with many interesting friends These tales of friendship, imagination, and exciting adventures are suNow available for the first time in English, the Little Daruma series follows the adventures of one of Japan s most loved children s book characters A well known icon in Japan, Daruma is a symbol of good luck Here he is portrayed as a cute, fun, and adventurous character with many interesting friends These tales of friendship, imagination, and exciting adventures are sure to appeal to both parents and children Fully illustrated with wonderful watercolor drawings, young children will want to read all of the stories in this great four book series.

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    1. Little Daruma and his sister, Darumako, are building a snowman. They put apples on for eyes, but one rolls to some rabbits. They become friends. Besides being a storybook, this is also a craft book. It teaches things like how to fold a napkin into the shape of a rabbit, or how to cut a rabbit out of a piece of apple, and other things.

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