I really recommend this book because it kind of gives readers an idea about different places in Japan, from the south to the east. It also illustrates how Sakura is important to Japan, as people love Sakura and are waiting for this season.
この本はみじかくてやさしいでした。ストリもかわいくて、読む時、たのしかったです。りょうさんがかわいそうです! He’s stuck with a cast, which probably means no patrol duty for him for quite a while. I can relate to being unable to resist the children though.
This book is really interesting that the girl in the story meets herself! I love this story. I also love the elaborated drawings of the book.
I really recommend this book to JPN 110 and 111 students to read this. There exists some new kanjis but I believe students can understand them according to the context. This book also helps to get familiar with some kanjis.
I really enjoyed reading this book, because the photos are all very beautiful and I love Japanese scenery and food. I also got to learn some cultural features of Japan. Because it’s a level 0 book, the grammar are very easy, but I find it hard to understand all the kanjis, especially the names of the places mentioned. Overall, I recommend it to 日本語一年生 and people who are good at kanji.
I recommend this book! I would say the level of this book is 1.5, because it is more difficult than other 1 level books that I’ve read. The storyline is nice, with unexpected unfolding. It’s impressive for a book with a few pages to tell such a good story!
この本はとても面白いです。王様はお金が大好きだったから、たくさん新しい服を買いました。二人の悪い男はうそをついて、服を作りました。二人は頭がいい人だけこの服を見えと言っていました。However, they made nothing, but 王様 was not willing to admit that he was not smart, he went out to the street wearing nothing. Only a child told the truth that the king was wearing nothing.
I recommend this book to classmates! This book teaches people to be honest and brave even under the “king”, just like what the children did. Although there are some new vocabularies and grammar points for now, it’s not hard to understand with the cute manga in the book.
I would recommend this book. It teachers readers about a part of Japanese history and reminds them to make sure someone will check on their pets and other belongings if they happen to die suddenly. – Lily Xiao